14th Annual Creekside Music & Arts Festival
October 1, 2018
14th Annual Creekside Music & Arts Festival Strums in October 6 & 7
Palm Coast, FL – Imagine the twang of a banjo and a blissful three-part harmony, accompanied by a lively fiddle, acoustic guitar and stand-up string bass wafting throughout a pristine natural preserve with a backdrop of water and centuries old live oaks. This is the experience that brings thousands of guests, music and arts lovers, as well as families to Princess Place Preserve each fall for the annual Creekside Music & Arts Festival. Now in its 14th year, the Creekside Music & Arts Festival will strum into Flagler County on Saturday, October 6th and Sunday, October 7th as a favorite community tradition brought to you by the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce.
For just $10 per vehicle per day, there is something for everyone to experience including great live music on two stages. The main stage will feature bluegrass and folk music from The Florida State Bluegrass Band, Aslyn and the Naysayers, Passerine, Remedy Tree, Sam Pacetti, Seminole Ridge and Headed South.
The all NEW second stage located with Pellicer Creek in the backdrop and closer the kids zone will feature talented singer/songwriter musicians to play on Saturday from the Gamble Rogers Music Festival including Skye Blumenfeld, Madeline Grace, Jorden Foley, Davis and the Loose Cannons and Brittani Mueller all playing a mix of pop folk, Honky Tonk country and folk Americana. The Sunday stage line-up will feature local musicians Aaron Esposito, Category 5, Rob Ellis Peck and Pilotwave playing classic rock, “bluesy” rock, “folked up 80s” and Indie Americana. The complete band line-up for both stages can be found here.
Art lovers will enjoy shopping more than 100 handmade art and crafts vendors and take in the newly added Judged Art Show with winners to be announced on Sunday. Parents will appreciate the FREE kids’ zone featuring bounce houses, a toddler zone, and obstacle courses plus a newly added FREE kids fishing clinic by the Flagler Sportfishing Club. The first 200 kids will even receive free fishing poles and learn about aquatic marine life.
History buffs can explore the Princess Hunting lodge with the sounds of the Flagler Youth Orchestra playing in the main hall and a digital photography contest displayed from talented Flagler Palm Coast High School students. All guests can observe old-time blacksmith demonstrations, clay pottery being made on-site or tour the livery stables. And you won’t go hungry or thirsty at the festival – there’s a wide selection of food trucks whether you’re looking for a snack, meal or treat plus enjoy a cold beverage in the beer garden.
The Creekside Music & Arts Festival will be open Saturday, October 6 from 10AM to 5PM and Sunday, October 7 from 10AM to 4PM. Visit www.flaglerchamber.org or call 386.437.0106 for more information.
A special thank you to the 2018 sponsors: VyStar Credit Union, S.E. Cline Construction, SuperWash Express of Palm Coast, FPL, Yellowstone Landscape, The Daytona Beach News-Journal, Walter P. Rawl & Sons, Ameris Bank, Flagler Parent Magazine, Jeff Evans State Farm of Volusia & Flagler Counties, Watson Realty Hammock Office, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches, Daytona Budweiser, and KIX Country 98.7FM.
Directions to the Princess Place Preserve:
Creekside Music & Arts Festival is just a short drive from Daytona Beach or St. Augustine.
From I-95 heading north, take exit 293. Turn right onto Matanzas Woods Pkwy. Turn left onto N Old Kings Rd and follow 2.7 miles to Princess Place Rd. Turn right and follow road approximately two miles. If you use a directional device, the address to Princess Place is 2500 Princess Place Road in Palm Coast.
From I-95 heading south, take exit 293. Turn left onto Matanzas Woods Pkwy. Turn left onto N Old Kings Rd and follow 2.7 miles to Princess Place Rd. Turn right and follow road approximately two miles. If you use a directional device, the address to Princess Place is 2500 Princess Place Road in Palm Coast.
With more than 700 members, the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce is the largest member-based organization in Flagler County. The Chamber has served and supported its community since 1962 with a mission of engaging, promoting and sustaining a thriving business climate in Flagler County. For more information, visit www.flaglerchamber.org.