FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. (October 2, 2022) Hurricane Ian might’ve tried to stop one of Flagler County‘s biggest charity events of the year, but it will not stop the 17th Annual Creekside Music & Arts Festival scheduled for October 8-9th.

Princess Place Preserve suffered some damage and flooding however, the Florida Agricultural Museum next door on the corner of US 1 and Old Kings Road in Palm Coast, is high and dry.

“This event is very important not just for the vendors and performers but for the many local charities that benefit from it,” said David Ayres, Flagler Broadcasting president and general manager.

This year‘s Creekside Festival features more arts and crafts than ever before with nonstop bluegrass and country music both days, racing pigs, out shoot Sheriff Staly’s shoot out fast-draw competition, Noah’s Landing Animal Experience, a free kids zone plus a wide variety of food vendors to choose from. The event will be host to the the 2nd Annual Chili Challenge between the Flagler County Sheriff’s Department and Flagler County Fire Rescue on Saturday.

Hours are from 10-4 Saturday and Sunday.
Adults $10, kids and parking free.
For more info: flaglerbroadcasting.com