Shrimp, Music, Children's Games & More!
May 14, 2022 11:00am-5:00pm
The St. George Lighthouse Association is thrilled to announce that it will be hosting the 1st Annual SGI ShrimpFest on May 14, 2022, from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm in the western parking area adjacent to Lighthouse Park.
This family and community-oriented festival will be a one-day event offering patrons great outdoor musical entertainment, a fairway of games for the children sponsored by the Forgotten Coast Parrothead Club, and the chance to dine on the freshest and most delicious local shrimp dishes.
Musical entertainment will be provided by two awesome acts. Local favorites, Hot Mess with special guest JB Babich, will start the day with their blend of Zydeco Swamp Pop and the legendary, Bill Wharton, a.k.a "The Sauce Boss", will be headlining this year’s festival. Bill’s music is a fun blend of roots and swampy Florida blues-rock. This singer/songwriter is a slide guitar player and gumbo chef…cooking up a mind-blowing gumbo right on stage then passing out the tasty results at set's end. If you like lowdown-boogie blues, you are going to love The Sauce Boss.
Tickets for the event will be $5.00 and are available online now or in person at the Lighthouse Gift Shop beginning April 5th. Children four years of age and under are free but still require the “purchase” of a free ticket for entry. Because this is a first-year event and we want to be sure to serve all attendees, there will only be a maximum of 2500 tickets sold, so grab yours while you can!
The SGI Shrimp Festival is a fundraiser for the St. George Lighthouse Association (SGLA). The SGLA is a 501c3 non-profit Florida corporation organized to preserve, maintain, and promote the Cape St. George Lighthouse. Funds raised are vital for the on-going maintenance and enhancement of the Lighthouse, the Keeper’s House Museum, and Lighthouse Park.
Tickets for the event are $5.00 each. You can purchase now via the button above or in person at the Lighthouse Gift Shop beginning April 5th. Children four years of age and under are free but still require the “purchase” of a free ticket for entry. Because this is a first-year event and we want to be sure to serve all attendees, there will only be a maximum of 2500 tickets sold, so grab yours while you can!
ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN
YOUR OWN PIECE OF LIGHTHOUSE HISTORY !
Windows from our historically restored 2008 Cape St. George Lighthouse were replaced during a recent refurbishment and have been lovingly painted by local artists.
Purchase one or more raffle tickets below
Drawing will be held at the SGI Shrimpfest on May 14, 2022 at 5:00 pm.
Windows must be picked up at the lighthouse gift shop after the event. Due to the weight and fragile nature of these items, they cannot be shipped.
The St. George Lighthouse Association preserves the Cape St. George Light and its Keepers House Museum and educates the public about the history and importance of the lighthouse.
Become a Sponsor
Shrimp Scampi - $500
Logo & link on ShrimpFest website ⁕ Four ShrimpFest tickets ⁕ Featured Social Media Post
* Name/logo on signage at event
* Two Festival t-shirts * Two Coozies
Shrimp Cocktail - $250
Link on the ShrimpFest website ⁕ Two ShrimpFest tickets ⁕ Featured Social Media Post * Two Coozies
Popcorn Shrimp - $100
Link on the Shrimpfest website ⁕ Two ShrimpFest tickets
For more info or questions, contact Kim Tippett via email at email@example.com
*Shrimp Scampi *
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Forgotten Coast Pools, LLC
*Bob & Mary Jean Heide
*Terry & Jim Kemp
This is a family-friendly, community oriented event.
Sorry, no coolers, picnic baskets, or outside food will be allowed inside the event area.
As with any festival on St. George Island, parking is very limited. Carpooling or the use of golf carts is highly recommended. Should you park on the side roads please be sure you are legally parked and that all four of your tires are off the roadway. Do not park on private property.
Well behaved, leashed dogs are allowed on a non-retractable 6-ft leash. Pet owners assume full responsibility for their pets and must control them at all times and clean up after them. Event organizers reserve the right to eject any agressive or ill animal. By entering the festival attendees accept full responsibility for any risks to themselves and their pets.
Event organizers reserve the right to eject any unruly attendees.