The event includes a music concert, silent auction, event raffles, food drive and craft market. Admission is free and open to public.
Concert attendees are asked to bring one can of non-perishable food to be dropped off at the donation box set up at the event entrance. The craft market will feature local artists and crafters. Fabulous raffle and silent auction items donated by local businesses will benefit Alaqua Animal Refuge, Children’s Volunteer Health Network, The Sonder Project and the Muscogee Nation of Florida.
Concert attendees will enjoy the music of various artists beginning with Chris Alvarado, Scott Rockwood and John Reinlie. Also, Nashville artists will join local South Walton artists for an exclusive weekend performance by The First Note Band and Friends including Lindsey Thompson, Anthony Peebles, Jamie Kent, Will Thompson, Eric Erdmann and others. A special performance by South Walton’s Tim Jackson will finish out the evening.
This will be an outdoor event, so bring a blanket or chairs for seating. Coolers and picnics are welcomed. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Donations will be gladly accepted at the event and in advance to benefit all of the charities. Easy on 30A invites everyone to attend, enjoy the music and support these local charities.
Easy on 30A was founded six years ago by locals Beth and Randy Carroll, with an idea of bringing musicians together to highlight the great talent along 30-A and to bring community awareness to charities in the area.
“What started out as a small event for friends and family has turned into an amazing community affair with over 1,000 attendees and thousands of dollars raised for our charities,” said Beth Carroll. “We are not at all surprised that 30-A has once again rallied together to support their very own, and we are humbled and grateful to all of you making this happen again this year with us.”