Carolina Beach NC is Proud to Present Greg Allman (kind of a big deal) at the 2012 Pleasure Island Blues and Jazz Festival!!

Jul 24, 2012
RE Hunter

Carolina Beach (Kind of a Big Deal)

Carolina Beach, locally known as Pleasure Island, is the People’s Beach. Praised for their summer carnival and their year-round boardwalk fun, you are guaranteed to have a good time on the island. Take the three-person bike for a spin and enjoy a renowned Britt’s Donut. Happen to be in town during the summer months? You may catch a fireworks show on Thursday nights, after a local band entertains all those who pass by.

If you hang out with the locals, you will find they are a group of laid back people, who work hard and play hard. A local can be found playing softball on one of the Pleasure Island Adult Softball Leagues, or grabbing a beer at the Fat Pelican. No matter the weather, Carolina Beach is a good time. If you are up for more of a hike, hit the trails at Carolina Beach State Park. Or, if your legs could use a rest, drive your car to the Drive-On Beach.

Regardless of your interest, something that you won’t want to miss, is the biggest show Carolina Beach has seen in a while. Hard tickets just arrived at a few locations in Carolina Beach! So, don’t miss out. None other than Gregg Allman will be gracing the 19th Annual Pleasure Island Seafood & Jazz Festival! He will be accompanied by the Jaimoe Jassz Band, Damon Fowler, Medusa Does The Blues, plus eleven more bands!

The event will take place October 13 & 14 and is sure to sell out! Tickets coast just $40.00 in advance and can be purchased at the Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce (910-458-8434); Island Tackle & Hardware (910-458-3049); The Courtyard Marriott (910-458-203); Silver Dollar (910-458-0977) and Olde Salty’s (910-458-8090).

 

http://www.pleasureislandnc.org/seafood-blues-and-jazz-festival/

http://www.pleasureislandnc.org/seafood-blues-and-jazz-festival/

http://www.pleasureislandnc.org/seafood-blues-and-jazz-festival/

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