Festival of the Sea gives seafood fans a reason to flock to Festival Park

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ADRIEN SALA
  • Adrien Sala
Something is fishy in Festival Park. What could shrimp, lobsters, fish, oysters and other bivalves be doing nearly 50 miles from the ocean? It could only be the Festival of the Sea. A surf experience on turf complete with live music; a beer and wine garden; and a kids area with face painting, a bounce house and clowns making balloons, Festival of the Sea is meant to bring out those who share a taste for the bounty of the sea with multiple seafood vendors.

11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, June 17 | Festival Park, 2911 E. Robinson St. | gopartylive.com | $10-$25

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