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Enjoy Outdoor Music, Art, Food & Fun at the Carrabelle Culture Crawl

By Forgotten Coast Web Team | August 28, 2020

Carrabelle Turtle Crawl Event

Looking for some family-friendly outdoor fun? Come on down for the Carrabelle Culture Crawl, Saturday, September 5th from 10 am to 3 pm! Hosted by the Carrabelle History Museum, this FREE event will feature socially-distanced outdoor activities, including live music, art displays, shopping and delicious food.

This exciting celebration of art, music, history and food is held every year in quaint downtown Carrabelle, located on Florida’s Forgotten Coast. If you’ve never visited Carrabelle before, you’re in for a real treat. This picturesque coastal community is bursting with friendly folks, breathtaking beaches and rich marine history.

Here are just a few of the highlights you can expect at this year’s Culture Crawl:

Man playing music in Carrabelle Florida

Live Music

The sound of music will fill the streets in downtown Carrabelle on Saturday, September 5th. An array of bands and musicians will be performing on corners throughout town for all to enjoy.

Fishy Fashion

During the Culture Crawl, keep your eyes peeled for some friendly characters wandering around town. These adorable costume characters are part of the Carrabelle Culture Crawl’s Fishy Fashion Show!

Outdoor Shopping & Dining

Downtown Carrabelle will be an outdoor coastal market during the Culture Crawl. The town’s unique boutiques, galleries and restaurants will offer a variety of outdoor options for visitors to explore. Be on the lookout for festive, pop-up canopies and open-air tables throughout the area.

Alligator at the Carrabelle Crawl Event

Awesome Art

Whether you’re a talented artist or just an admirer of striking artwork, you don’t want to miss the Culture Crawl. An assortment of eye-catching artwork will be displayed throughout charming downtown Carrabelle—from murals on the walls to art in the windows of local shops to the public art near the Marine Street waterfront pavilion.

A Safe Environment

During the Culture Crawl, attendees will be asked to follow all CDC guidelines to keep themselves and others safe, including social distancing and sanitizing/washing hands frequently. Masks are encouraged indoors, or anytime social distancing is not possible.

For more information, contact the Carrabelle History Museum at (850) 697 2141 or email

Florida’s Forgotten Coast is open for business and ready for visitors! We hope you’ll join us for the Carrabelle Culture Crawl on Saturday, September 5th. Want to stay a little longer? Whether you want to hang out for the weekend, a week or a month, book your trip today!