The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival’s fine arts show will stop accepting applications on January 31, 2018.
Contestant rehearsals to begin for the 2014 Miss Shrimp Festival Scholarship Pageant; where Nassau County students compete to win a $1,000 scholarship.
Afternoon rains didn’t stop the 50th Annual Isle of Eight Flags celebrations on Friday night!
Shrimp Festival Parade is now on Saturday, but Thursday introduces a FREE concert at the Fernandina waterfront, May 2nd!
Meet over 100 authors at the Amelia Island Book Festival with free parking, free photo booth, free Kidz Zone and free author sessions.
Applications are now being accepting for the annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Pirate Parade to be held May 3.
Twenty-seven contestant have been in rehearsals all during April for the Miss Shrimp Festival 2011 Scholarship Pageant.
Applications are now being accepting for the annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Pirate Parade in Fernandina Beach, FL.
If you missed attending the 47th Shrimp Festival, here are the video highlights in less than six minutes.
Cold Stone Creamery sponsors the Shrimp Festival’s ice cream eating contest, which of course includes shrimp ice cream!
The Fernandina Pirates Club gives a scholarship to a Nassau County senior each year. This year the pirates awarded $1,500.00.
The Little Pirate Contest at Shrimp Festival is indeed a crowd pleaser and the kids are just too cute for words.
Here is video announcing the winners of the Best Dressed Adult Pirate Costume Contest, at this year’s Shrimp Festival.
Fernandina Pirate Club members take their shenanigans from the shore, to the sea and on the stage in this black powder stand-off on the Amelia River.
Here is a sampling of last night’s Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Fireworks Display, just in case you missed them.