Festival By The Sea

The weather was perfect during the Great Atlantic Seafood Festival last weekend where beach dwellers and land lovers alike enjoyed exciting music and delicious cuisine from local seafood restaurants around the First Coast.

Sight & Sound Productions was proud to produce this highly anticipated event that celebrated beach culture and Jacksonville’s lively music scene that featured popular bands such as Chroma and Simplified. Our technical crew worked from sunrise to sunset and ensured all of our audio and lighting equipment was prepped for superior performance. Surrounded by fresh seafood and a cool breeze coming off the ocean, the Great Atlantic Seafood Festival was packed with eager concertgoers who enjoyed their weekend and experienced a small sample of the festivities that were a preview of this weekend ‘s main event on the First Coast.

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With Springing The Blues coming up this weekend, Jacksonville is ready to hear the soulful sounds of guitars and voice from nationally renowned blues artists. Sight & Sound Productions is ready to produce a fun community event that celebrates musical talent as well as a passion for a genre of music that is a popular with every generation.

By Steve Levy (@stephenflevy)

Marketing Media Specialist with Sight & Sound and Mugwump Productions

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Leading Jacksonville for over 20 years in professional event production.

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