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Ron Adams “Shadow of a King” Benefit for Alaqua

Ron Adams Announces Special Benefit Performance at Trebeaché on November 18 Freeport, FL (November 9, 2016) —ERA American Real Estate and Beach Dreamin’ 30A will host a special benefit concert featuring Ron Adams and The Memphis Echoes, performing “The Shadow of a King” — a tribute to […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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The Manhattan Transfer Headlines Sinfonia Gulf Coast Concert

The Manhattan Transfer Headlines Sinfonia Gulf Coast’s Annual Holiday Concert on Dec. 16 MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 9, 2016) – Keeping the tempo on the Emerald Coast’s cultural scene since its founding in 2005, Sinfonia Gulf Coast maintains the tradition of “symphony redefined” as the region’s only […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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Point Washington State Forest

Over 40 percent of South Walton’s land is protected, and the majority of that acreage is part of the Point Washington State Forest system. A popular access point is the Eastern Lake Trail System, located along S. County Road 395. Over 40 percent of South Walton’s land is protected, and the majority of that acreage is part of the Point Washington State Forest system. A popular access point is the Eastern Lake Trail System, located along S. County Road 395. This particular trail system offers 3.5, 5 and 10-mile loops, ideal for both hikers and bicyclists. Pets are also allowed, if on a leash. The 15,400-acre forest is home to ten natural communities, including sandhill, cypress swamps, basin swamps, wet flatwoods and wet prairie. Overnight camping is allowed in special primitive areas of Point Washington State Forest. You can get more info and reserve a spot for only $10 by calling 850-373-1801. Check out this 30A Facebook Live video of the primitive camping sites: South Walton Campinga secret spot in South Walton for only $10/night?? 30A.com/camping Posted by 30A on Monday, November 7, 2016 You can also find wonderful (and affordable) camp sites nearby at Grayton Beach State Park and in Topsail Hill State Preserve‘s higher end RV Park. If you don’t mind getting your car a little dusty, feel free to turn down one of those little sandy roads and take a casual drive through the forest. But unless you’re in a 4-wheel drive, it’s probably best not to turn off the main corridors, as some of the smaller roads get pretty tight, pretty fast. For official information, visit Point Washington State Forest. Truman explores Point Washington State Forest: Best places to go off-roading: [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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30A SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL announces 2017 line-up;

  JOHN PRINE, CHEAP TRICK, DR. JOHN & THE NITE TRIPPERS, SHAWN COLVIN SLATED FOR THE 8TH ANNUAL 30A SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL ALONG FLORIDA’S SCENIC HIGHWAY 30A JANUARY 13TH – 16TH, 2017     EVENT TO FEATURE 175 SONGWRITERS AND OVER 225 PERFORMANCES AT MORE THAN 25 VENUES IN SOUTH WALTON COUNTY […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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30A Songwriters Festival a Huge Hit

The incredible eighth annual 30A Songwriters Festival is coming to a close, but The 30A Company team fanned out all week to bring you the best coverage, including video highlights, exclusive interviews, photos and much more. This year, the festival kicked it up a notch, with some high-octane performances from headliners Cheap Trick, Dr. John, Driving […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More


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Witches of South Walton Have Something Brewing

The Witches of South Walton — an organization devoted to assisting the Children’s Volunteer Health Network (CVHN) — will host their 13th annual Witch Ride down Scenic Highway 30-A on Monday, October 31, 2016, at 6:30 a.m. Last year, nearly 240 Witches participated in the event and raised over $6,200 for Children’s Volunteer Health Network. Here are a few of the event’s highlights: The Witches Brew When: Thursday, October 27 Where: La Playa at Gulf Place Pre-registered packet pickup and in-person registration at La Playa in Gulf Place from 5 – 8 p.m. Drink specials will be offered for all participants and Forrest Williams Band will play live. Raffle tickets will be sold only at Witches Brew to win a Custom Designed Witch Hat. The participants must be present to win at 8 p.m. Halloween Masquerade Party When: Saturday, October 29 Where: Trebeaché at Red Fish Village Trebeaché and Grayton Beach Catering are hosting the Halloween Masquerade Party with 10% of the ticket sales being donated to Children’s Volunteer Health Network in the name of the Witches of South Walton. The event will feature music by Randall Bramblett Band, The Steenos with Franko Washboard Jackson. There is also a costume contest with prizes for 1st, 2nd& 3rd places. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $50.00 or at the door for $60.00. Wake-Up Witches! When: Monday, October 31 Where: The Green at Gulf Place Paris Janos will be on the Green at Gulf Place reporting live for News Channel 7 from 5 – 7 a.m. 30A Radio will also cover the event again this year. All witches are encouraged get up early to be seen on T.V. 13th Annual Witch Ride When: Monday, October 31 Where: The Green at Gulf Place Information and final announcements will be made at 6:30 a.m. At this time all Witches must be with their bike prepared to ride. The charity bike ride starts at 7 a.m. sharp where all Witches will promptly leave Gulf Place as a group. Resting Stop The Witches ride to Stinky’s Fish Camp and Bait Shack to line up on 30A and greet spectators. Stinky’s will provide FREE water and $3.00 Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and a special Witches Brew. Gathering Brunch When: Monday, October 31 Where: La Playa at Gulf Place The Witches ride back to Gulf Place at 8:30 a.m. to enjoy the Gathering Brunch, contests, and raffle ticket drawings on the patio at LaPlaya. The Gathering Brunch includes a selection of pastries, fruit, bacon and eggs accompanied with Mimosas (limited to 3) and a cash bar. $50 prizes will be given to the Witch with the ‘Best Decorated Bike’, ‘Best Witch Costume’ and ‘Best Witch Cackle’. Raffle items graciously donated by local businesses. This year, Witches of South Walton will have online registration and payment. The online registration can be completed at www.WitchRide.com. Ticket cost is $30 and includes a charity bike ride from Gulf Place to Stinky’s Fish Camp complete with a Gathering Brunch at LaPlaya. Tickets can be purchased online at www.witchride.com. For more info, visit Witches of South Walton or follow them on Facebook. [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More



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2nd Annual Shine a Little Love Festival

Shades Bar & Grill will host the 2nd Annual Shine a Little Love Festival (SALL Fest) on Saturday, October 21/­22 on 30a. This year’s festival will feature a spectacular line­up including John Driskell Hopkins and Daniel De Los Reyes of the Zac Brown Band, Marty Lloyd of […] [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="26000402"] Read More

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