St. Pete Beach Seafood & Music Festival

January 29-31, 2021, Corey Avenue in downtown St. Pete Beach, FL

If fun and relaxation are on your schedule for the weekend, then come join us at the 3rd Annual St. Pete Beach Seafood & Music Festival on Corey Avenue in downtown St. Pete Beach. Dates are January 29-31, 2021. Let your taste buds guide you to some delicious freshly-made foods, your ears to spectacular live musical performances by top Florida musicians, and your eyes to shopping amidst a marketplace of arts, crafts and select fine products.


The fun and relaxation begin Friday at Noon with the live music starting at 4pm and continuing until 10pm. Food, music, fun and relaxation continue Saturday 11am-10pm and Sunday 11am-6pm. Admission is FREE so come partake all three days! The event is produced by Paragon Festivals and graciously hosted by the Corey Area Business Association.


For food, choose from a variety of seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes all cooked fresh on site by local restaurants and food purveyors. Seafood dishes are prepared using only the freshest local and sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast. Select from a diversity of side dishes and of course - awesome desserts! Liquid refreshments include both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, sodas, water along with a wondrous selection of fruit drinks.


While dining, listen to some of Florida’s top musical groups in genres such as R&B, blues, jazz, rock and Caribbean sounds. Performers Friday night are: Free Fallin’ (Tom Petty Tribute Band), JP Soars & The Red Hots (soul, blues), and The Black Honkeys (rock, soul). Sounds on Saturday are: Bryan Spainhower (Musica Eclectica: fusion of flamenco, jazz, rock & country), The Whole Band featuring Callie Chappell (Americana, rock, variety), The Verge (classic rock 70’s to present), the Aretha Franklin Tribute Band (blues, soul, roots), and Reverend Barry & The Funk (funk, soul). Return Sunday to enjoy: Big Night Out (dance, rock, alternative), Twinkle & Rock Soul Radio (rock, soul), and the Billy Rice Band (country rock). See the Performance Schedule in the column to the right.


In the breaks between the live performances, enjoy shopping a marketplace of fine arts, crafts, and select fine products and food items.


Plan A! All you need do is come and partake in the festivities! Remember: This event was designed for YOU and you are the most important ingredient. Besides, have you not earned this relaxation moment?


NOTE: To assist with event parking, please see the map below. To free yourself from parking hassles, we encourage you to use the wonderful transport options of Free Beach Ride, the Free Island Hopper, Uber and Lyft. They will get you to the event site, and back to your car, while you sit back and ..... relax! Click on the links below for connection to the Free Beach Ride and Free Island Hopper. Contact local sources for Uber and Lyft services. The St. Petersburg Catholic High School is also offering FREE shuttle service to the event site. See their information below in the "Parking" section.

NOTE: Bands and performances times subject to change.

** Dogs ARE allowed **

January 29-31, 2021
Friday Noon-10 pm; Saturday 11am-10pm; Sunday 11am-6pm
General admission is FREE!
Driving Directions

GPS Map Address: 398 Corey Avenue, St. Pete Beach, FL 

From Northbound I-275

  • Take Exit 17 (left exit) to 34th Street South
  • Proceed north on 34th Street South to Pinellas Bayway (Hwy 682)
  • Turn LEFT onto Pinellas Bayway and drive west towards the Gulf
  • Stay on Pinellas Bayway until it dead-ends at Gulf Blvd. in St. Pete Beach (~3.5 miles)
  • Turn RIGHT and proceed north about 2.0 miles to Corey Avenue

From Southbound I-275

  • Take Exit 23B to 5th Avenue North (Alt 19 / Hwy 595)
  • At the end of the exit turn RIGHT and drive west on 5th Avenue North (Alt 19 / Hwy 595)
  • Proceed about 3.8 miles to where Alt 19 and Hwy 595 separate and go to the north
  • Stay on 5th Avenue North continuing straight west for just under a mile to 66th Street North (Hwy 693)
  • Turn LEFT and proceed south on 66th Street (Hwy 693)
  • Go about 0.1 mile to Pasadena Avenue North on the right
  • Turn RIGHT onto Pasadena Avenue North
  • Stay on Pasadena Avenue - it will become 75th Avenue when you come to St. Pete Beach
  • Turn LEFT on Blind Pass Road and go 1 block south to Corey Avenue


Parking Information

Parking & Transportation Options:


Ride Sharing: Lyft & Uber

  • Drop-off and pick-up is at Blind Pass and 73rd Avenue

Free Shuttle Service

  • Free Beach Ride at or arrange a ride by calling (727) 776-7553
  • Free Island Hopper at or arrange a ride by calling (727) 217-6935

Parking (then connect with Uber, Lyft or the Free Shuttle Services)

  • Upham Beach Park (to the south) Google Map
  • Egan Park (to the north) Google Map
  • Pinellas County Beach Access (by Publix to the south) Google Map
  • St. Petersburg Catholic High School Lot (to the northeast) Google Map
  • Shuttle [Destiny Transportation] runs Saturday February 1 from 10am-10:30pm and Sunday February 2 from noon-6:30pm, taking attendees from the school parking lot to the event and back.


Additional FREE Shuttle Service offered by St. Petersburg Catholic High School:

  • Drop off vehicles at St. Petersburg Catholic High School, 6333 9th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33710
  • Shuttle service to 255 Corey Avenue, St. Pete Beach, FL 33706
  • Hours: Saturday 10:30 am - 10:30 pm
  • Hours: Sunday 10:30 am - 6:30 pm

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