Jupiter annual seafood festival returns this April

March 25, 2014 by  

The Jupiter Seafood Festival is returning to the city for three days in early April. A portion of all proceeds will go to the Cancer Alliance of Help and Hope.

The festival will feature the freshest local seafood available. There is also set to be live entertainment, arts and crafts vendors with a nautical theme, and children’s carnival rides. Musical entertainment will be provided by such groups as Red Eye Night, String Theory, and Tom Petty tribute band Petty Hearts.

Vendors can rent a 10×10 space and sponsorships are also available for local businesses.

An official poster has been produced for this year, which lists all of the activities taking place during the festival. Jupiter poster printing companies are often asked to provide items such as these to advertise upcoming events.

The Cancer Alliance of Help and Hope provides financial help and information to cancer patients and their families in Palm Beach County. It is a non-profit organization and can help with rent, health insurance, and daily living expenses faced by clients.

The Jupiter Seafood Festival is being held at the Abacoa Town Center from April 4 to 6. Tickets are $10 each or free for children aged 12 and under. To learn more about the event, to become a vendor, or to be a sponsor, contact Lainey Ruskay at 561-847-2090.

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