Vendors Wanted West Palm Seafood Festival - West Palm Beach

Larry Burdgick

The festival is a seafood enthusiast’s dream come true. Rounding out this family oriented event, nautical vendors will offer unique merchandise and services, artists and craftsmen will display and sell their original works, live music will entertain on two stages stage all two days, kids will enjoy rides and a kids zone just for them, and local businesses and nonprofit organizations will provide information on services available.

Speaking on the location, event promoter Larry Burdgick said, "The South Florida Fairgrounds is the perfect venue since its right in the heart of The West Palm. It offers the space we need along with plenty of great parking for our guests." The South Florida Fairgrounds is located at 9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach, Florida. The West Palm Seafood Festival is easily accessible from I-95 and the Florida Turnpike.

Although delicious seafood will be the highlight of this festival, craft beer, wine, and drinks will also be available at a full service bar to quench the thirst of patrons enjoying food, live music, rides and fun.

Calling all seafood lovers! Nothing says Florida like a seafood festival. They are fun, authentic, and the seafood is fresh, often from local waters. Enjoy delectable foods of all types cooked fresh onsite.

Discount tickets, vendor applications, special hotel rates and specific driving directions for the Palm Beach Marine Flea Market and Seafood Festival are available now on the official website:

The West Palm Beach Seafood Festival is brought to you by Under The Sun Promotions, Inc, organizers of The Palm Beach Marine Flea Market (, and Palm Beach Automotive/Car Swap Meet and Car Show. In addition to offering a fun filled, family oriented event, a portion of the proceeds from The West Palm Seafood Festival will be donated to local West Palm Charities.

For more information, vendor applications and directions visit our website or contact Under The Sun Promotions, Inc at 954-205-7813.

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