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Blue Crab Festival
Entertainment Schedule

 

 

This year's Mullet Toss will prove to be additionally entertaining, beginning at High Noon!

* Sound and lights by From the Heart, Sopchoppy, FL

 

Master Chief "Ralph Pelletier"

Master Chief Ralph PelletierWhen you want Hank not Hank Jr., this is the man for the job. Delighting audiences wherever he performs. Now appearing at The 2013 Blue Crab Festival.

 

The Mountain Dew Cloggers

The Mountain Dew Clogging organization is a family oriented group comprised of people of all ages from all of the counties surrounding Tallahassee.

Clogging gives you the opportunity to get out and enjoy a great social activity and get fit at the same time. Your legs will tone up very quickly. Clogging improves flexibility, coordination, endurance and strength. It increases lung capacity, relieves stress, and it's aerobic and burns fat. Clogging is usually danced in lines because there is a better social group feeling when you can see that your new friends are dancing the same routines as you. Some couple and partner routines are taught to keep in touch with the historic Appalachian clogging styles.

 

 

Gypsy Darlings & the Full Moon Bandits

This rockin' girl trio made up of Anna Lovelly, Julie Lovelly and Katie Spillman hail from Tallahassee, Florida. Though they grew up attending rival schools in their hometown of New Port Richey, Fl., they met while attending Florida State University. These tambourine-slappin', guitar pickin', song-singin', trouble makin' gypsies began learning guitar in 2011 and decided to join forces as Gypsy Darlings when their love for music became evident.

 

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Influenced by all genres of music, including rock and roll, country, blues and pop, these Nole girls bring a style all their own to the Americana genre. Their powerhouse voices and carefree spirits make for a heck of a show! There's nothing they love more than putting their gypsy twist on classic favorites, mashing up tunes from different genres, and writing and performing their own original music. Joined by their merry band of misfits called The Full Moon Bandits, this group loves performing and will put a smile on your face and a groove in your heart. So glitter up and come out and party with us as we play around the Tallahassee area!

"The trouble with trouble is, it always starts out as fun!"
- said all gypsies everywhere.

Gypsy Darlings:
Anna Lovelly (Vocals/Guitar/Tambourine/Train Whistle)
Julie Lovelly (Vocals/Guitar/Tambourine/Train Whistle)
Katie Spillman (Vocals/Guitar/Tambourine/Train Whistle)

Full Moon Bandits:
Kevin McGarey (Guitar)
Andy Lundberg (Guitar)
Pete Knowlton (Dobro/Banjo/Bass)
Gary Bryant (Cajon)
 

 

Dean Newman, Kim Thomas, Kit Goodner and Charlie Wilkinson

Dean Newman, Kim Thomas, Kit Goodner and Charlie Wilkinson are well known names in the North Florida music scene. They are all excellent musicians in their own right and have come together collectively to perform songs off Newmans' recently released " Despair Knot CD". 

 We welcome them to the 2014 Blue Crab Festival!

 

 

Lost Creek Band

Wakulla County's  own  Lost Creek Band will close the show for this years 2014 festival. Eddie Daniels and friends will take the stage to perform some of your favorite Country music as well as some great original material. 

 They appeared last year at the North Florida Fair and are very excited to bring their show home to Wakulla County.

 

 


 

Check the schedule below and plan on being at the Blue Crab Festival all day to see and hear your favorite entertainers.

 

Schedule of Events

2014 Blue Crab Festival
Band Schedule
10:00-11:00AM

The Coastal Optimist Club Parade
Parade Application

11:00

Master Chief

12:15-1:00PM

Mullet Toss

1:00-2:00PM

Mountain Dew Cloggers

2:00 PM

Crab Pickin Contest!

2:30-3:15PM

Gypsy Darlings

3:30-4:30PM

Mountain Dew Cloggers

4:30-5:00PM

Dean Newman, Kim Thomas, Kit Goodner and Charlie Wilkinson

5:15-6:00PM

Lost Creek

 6:00PM  Park Closes

 

 

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