Have you looked at the weather? – Wait-stay here – The main thing you’ll need this weekend on Panama City Beach is a nap; do bring sunscreen so you can nap on the beach if you like. There are tons of great things happening in Panama City Beach this weekend, including Thunder Beach (and all their associated venues), Oktoberfest and more!
There is truly something for everyone here this weekend!
At 7:00 pm – a combo of cooking and rock n roll – The Sauce Boss will be at the Bay Point Marriott, brought to you as a part of Thunder Beach, and at 9:00 p. m. at LaVela, right down Thomas Drive you can catch Rick Deringer – and the show is free for Bikers!
Friday morning 10:00 am, October 1st, City Arts Cooperative Gallery Members invite you to the opening and “Blue Moon” sale of art with a theme of “blue” and or “moon.” Sound intriguing? Check them out downtown Panama City, 318 Luverne Avenue.
Speaking of Downtown Panama City – October first means Oktoberfest! Lots of bands, beer, and brats, starting Friday 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm and starting back up Saturday from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Aso downtown Friday night at 6:30 pm, Friday, Oct. 1, at the Marina Civic Center, Dread Clampitt features in the new retrospective documentary “Back from the Dread” part of Bay Arts Allianceís Film Flam indie series, followed by a night of music and convo with the band.
On the beach – on your bike-Friday night, you can see Edgar Winter – more great music, courtesy Thunder Beach, at Shoppes of Edgewater, 7 pm, again, free for Bikers!
Saturday morning, in historic St. Andrews at the Marina, hit the Waterfront Market, opens at 8:30 am. There ‘ll be a Mimosa Tent (really!), locally created watercolor, acrylic and oil paintings, jewelry, pottery and photography – and a floating concert at 10:00 am. The Market goes til noon.
Back on Panama City Beach Saturday morning at 10:00 – Coldwell Banker Carroll Realty presents a Customer Appreciation Fall Festival with FREE pumpkins to first 100 guests! Games, Free Food, a Free Photo With Mr. Scarecrow, 10930 Hutchison Blvd., Panama City Beach.
Saturday night, hold on, Molly Hatchet plays at Shoppes of Edgewater, 7 pm free for Bikers-What a weekend!