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Pensacola is the Crawfish Capitol this Weekend  

Pensacola Crawfish Festival is today through Sunday, April 30, 2023 at Seville Square and Fountain Park, and features thousands of pounds of boiled crawfish, fresh from Louisiana, brought to you by Pensacola locals, Cordova Crawfish Company.

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Their Cajun fare features include: boudin, jambalaya, etouffee, fresh and fried seafood, gumbo, and few other delicacies.

 Crawfish not your thing? No worries.

Traditional festival options are also available such as: chicken baskets, bloomin’ onions, hot dogs, po’boys and please save room for dessert. They are serving fried Oreos, ice cream, and funnel cakes – all of which are the tastiest east of Cajun Country!

Grab some grub and your dancin’ shoes and head to the Main Music Stage in Fountain Park.

Times:

Friday: 11 A.M. – 11 P.M.

Saturday: 10 AM – 11 P.M.

Sunday: 11 A.M. – 5 P.M.

Admission:

Adults: $5 per day

Kids, Ages 6-12: $2 per day

Kids, 5 and under: FREE

​Admission Gates are located on Government Street (across from Hub Stacey’s) and Zaragoza Street (across from Pensacola Bay Brewery)

​*Handicapped parking will be available Friday through Sunday with a permit in the parking lot of Bartram Park. Please be aware that Bayfront Parkway is NOT closed during this festival, so use caution while crossing the street.