2020 Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival

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2020 Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival
Organized by Jekyll Island Authority
Voted Best Festival in the Southeast A coastal favorite, the Jekyll Island Shrimp and Grits Festival combines the classic southern dish with family-friendly entertainment, artists market, live music, kids’ zone, food, a craft brew fest, and more. Mark your calendars for this award-winning three-day event held the first weekend in November in the Historic District of Jekyll Island, Georgia. 2020 Festival Schedule Friday, November 6: 4-9 p.m. Saturday, November 7: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday, November 8: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Date: Nov 06 4:00 pm - Nov 08 4:00 pm calendarAdd to Google Calendar
About the organizer
Jekyll Island Authority
Recognizing that Jekyll Island’s natural beauty and vibrant history set it apart from any other coastal retreat, the Governor and the Georgia State Legislature established the island as a state park and entrusted its care to the Jekyll Island Authority (JIA). The Jekyll Island Authority is a self-supporting state agency responsible for the overall management and stewardship of Jekyll Island. Our mission: As stewards of Jekyll Island’s past, present and future, we’re dedicated to maintaining the delicate balance between nature and humankind. JIA has set up parameters to protect the island’s ecosystem while ensuring it remains an inviting destination for guests. We oversee the conservation, development, and management of Jekyll Island, and rely on operating revenues from leases, fees, and island amenity operations. Jekyll Island does not receive any tax revenues for its operation.
Vendor Applications
Event Date: Nov 06 - 08
2020 Artists Market
Category: Arts and Crafts
Deadline: Aug 28, 2020
Requirements: Images: 5 (a booth shot is required) Non-refundable application fee: $35.00 All vendors are required to use only white tents. Please thoroughly read over the entire Artists Market Application Rules and Regulations (attachment below), before filling out and submitting an application. A submitted application constitutes a contract to follow those rules and regulations and accept Festival terms. Note: The map of vendor zones can be found below.