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Apr 5 Fri
NSB Balloon and Sky Fest @ NSB Municipal Airport
2:00 PM – 10:00 PM

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2:00 PM
Gates Open. No coolers please. BRING YOUR CAMERA!

ALL EVENING
All 100+ vendors open, 4-H Animal Encounter, the Inspiration Village, live entertainment on the 80,000-watt Fest Stage, and the Carnival Rides open (until 10:00 PM). Static display aircraft, including a B-25 bomber, a classic DC-3, a Corsair, T-6′s, P-51 Mustangs, helicopters, and fighters, can be enjoyed all afternoon and evening!

RIDES (all afternoon, until dark… Huey and Enstrom helicopters, airplanes, B-25 bomber).

Lots of FOOD all day.
BEER: 2 PM – 9 PM.

Tethered Balloon Rides (winds and weather permitting)*

4:00 PM
The Afterwhile on the Sky Fest Stage

5:30 PM
Run Rhino on the Sky Fest Stage

7:00 PM
Teflon Don on the Sky Fest Stage

7:30 PM (Approx.)
BALLOON GLOW* (balloons are very wind sensitive, and can not inflate if the winds are more than about 8 MPH),
GLOW usually lasts 60 minutes.

8:30 PM
NIGHT AIR SHOW! Back by popular demand! The Aeroshell Team circles the Balloon Glow and then performs at dusk, and the show continues with Manfred Radius and his fire-streaking glider, the fiery cloud of the 300 MPH Jet School Bus, and the smoke, thunder, and strobes of Matt Younkin’s huge Twin Beech!

10:00 PM
Gates Close

 

Apr 6 Sat
NSB Balloon and Sky Fest @ NSB Municipal Airport
7:00 AM – 10:00 PM

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7:00 AM
Gates Open. No coolers please. BRING YOUR CAMERA!

ALL DAY and EVENING: All 100+ vendors open, 4-H Animal Encounter, the Inspiration Village, live entertainment on the 80,000-watt Fest Stage, and the Carnival Rides open (until 10:00 PM). Static display aircraft, including a B-25 bomber, a classic DC-3, a Corsair, T-6′s, P-51 Mustangs, helicopters, and fighters, can be enjoyed all afternoon and evening!

RIDES (all day, until dark…. Huey and Enstrom helicopters, airplanes, B-25 bomber).

Lots of FOOD all day.
BEER 10 AM -9 PM.

SUNRISE (Approx 7:00 AM):
Hot-air balloon passenger flights (last approx 1 hour)*.

7:00 AM
Classical music as the sun rises over Balloon & Sky Fest

9:30 AM
Dance Factory on stage

10:15 AM
Stirrup Some Dust precision horse demonstration team

10:30 AM
Rolling Thunder Missing Man Presentation

11:00 AM
Quad-Line Stunt Kite, Colleen Baker

12:00 PM
Nick Comis, Illusionist

12:30 PM
Pre-Air-Show Demonstrations begin (helicopters, Coast Guard demonstration, overhead formation flying, etc.)

1:00 PM
AIR SHOW Acts scheduled to appear at this time include Patty Wagstaff, AeroShell Aerobatic Team, Matt Younkin, the 300 MPH Jet School Bus, Skybolts parachute team, military fighter jet and bomber demonstrations, A-4 Skyhawk jet, Manfred Radius, P-51 Mustang demo, Jason Newburg, the WORLD PREMIERE of Kyle Franklin’s Demon-1 Biplane “Dracula” show, and much more…

Veterans Honor Ceremony, sponsored by Halifax Health – Hospice, with The Vietnam Veterans Honor Guard, at approximately 1:15 PM, followed by fly-bys of numerous warbirds representing the several wars of the past Century

NOTE: The show has been approved by all branches of the military for participation by their aircraft, but the level of participation will depend on world events and training requirements.

3:30 PM
Combined group precision horse demonstration

5:30 PM
Just Twistin’ Hay on the Sky Fest Stage

7:00 PM
Patrick Gibson on the Sky Fest Stage

7:30 PM (Approx.)
BALLOON GLOW* (balloons are very wind sensitive, and can not inflate if the winds are more than about 8 MPH), GLOW usually lasts 60 minutes.

8:30 PM
NIGHT AIR SHOW! Back by popular demand! The Aeroshell Team circles the Balloon Glow and then performs at dusk, and the show continues with Manfred Radius and his fire-streaking glider, the fiery cloud of the 300 MPH Jet School Bus, and the smoke, thunder, and strobes of Matt Younkin’s huge Twin Beech!

10:00 PM
Gates Close

Apr 7 Sun
NSB Balloon and Sky Fest @ NSB Municipal Airport
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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7:00 AM
Gates Open. No coolers please. BRING YOUR CAMERA!

ALL DAY and EVENING
All 100+ vendors open, 4-H Animal Encounter, the Inspiration Village, live entertainment on the 80,000-watt Fest Stage, and the Carnival Rides open (until 10:00 PM). Static display aircraft, including a B-25 bomber, a classic DC-3, a Corsair, T-6′s, P-51 Mustangs, helicopters, and fighters, can be enjoyed all afternoon and evening!

RIDES (all day, until dark…. Huey and Enstrom helicopters, airplanes, B-25 bomber).

Lots of FOOD all day.
BEER 10 AM – 5 PM.

SUNRISE (Approx 7:00 AM)
Hot-air balloon passenger flights (last approx 1 hour)*.

7:00 AM
Classical music as the sun rises over Balloon & Sky Fest

9:45 AM
Stirrup Some Dust precision horse demonstration team

10:00 AM
Little Theater, musical presentation

10:45 AM
Stirrup Some Dust precision horse demonstration team

11:00 AM
Smyrna Brass on stage

11:45 AM
Stirrup Some Dust precision horse demonstration team

12:00 PM
Daytona Beach Harley Davidson Drill Team

12:00 PM
Pre-Air-Show Demonstrations begin (helicopters, Coast Guard demonstration, overhead formation flying, etc.)

1:00 PM
AIR SHOW Acts scheduled to appear at this time include Patty Wagstaff, AeroShell Aerobatic Team, Matt Younkin, the 300 MPH Jet School Bus, Skybolts parachute team, military fighter jet and bomber demonstrations, A-4 Skyhawk jet, Manfred Radius, P-51 Mustang demo, Jason Newburg, the WORLD PREMIERE of Kyle Franklin’s Demon-1 Biplane “Dracula” show, and much more…

Veterans Honor Ceremony, sponsored by Halifax Health – Hospice, with The Vietnam Veterans Honor Guard, at approximately 1:15 PM, followed by fly-bys of numerous warbirds representing the several wars of the past Century

NOTE: The show has been approved by all branches of the military for participation by their aircraft, but the level of participation will depend on world events and training requirements.

4:00 PM
Travis Stratton and the Salt Water Grass on stage

6:00 PM
Gates Close

 

Apr 20 Sat
Earth Day Festival @ Hawk's Park
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

earth dayThe City of Edgewater is throwing a “Party for the Planet” and everyone is invited.

The free, family-friendly event will include exhibits by environmental organizations, hands-on activities for children, entertainment, vendors selling produce, plants, crafts, and earth-friendly products, and more.

To read more about this event, click here.

May 16 Thu
Annexation Meeting @ The Brannon Center
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Why is the City of New Smyrna Beach encouraging voluntary annexation? The City seeks to provide more efficient public services by bringing neighborhoods together.

 

 

May 31 Fri
New Smyrna Beach Blues Festival @ New Smyrna Beach
May 31 – Sunday all-day

blues guitar
Summer wouldn’t be complete without soulful blues humming throughout the streets of New Smyrna Beach, and this year, we’re taking things to a whole new level. Prepare yourself for a 3-day, music-filled journey into one of America’s most celebrated and popular music genres. This much-anticipated new event will feature scores of bands playing at multiple locations around town.  Rich with history, tradition and diversity, the New Smyrna Beach Blues Festival will be the place to get your groove on this summer.

Text “Blues” to 71441 for a performance schedule.

Jun 1 Sat
Kite Festival @ Flagler Ave. Beach Access
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM

kitesRegistration Begins: 11:00am
Event: Noon-4pm

Radio Disney: 1:00pm-3:00pm

Get ready for a high-flying weekend of colorful fun at the New Smyrna Beach Kite Festival. Located directly on the beach, just south of Flagler Avenue, this event is sure to provide real “fun-in-the-sun” for the whole family.

There will be professional kite demonstrations; friendly competitions; and free lessons and tips for novices, including free kite kits and decorating stations for the kids. Adults and children are also encouraged to bring their own kites.

Admission is free, but registration (on a walk-up basis, the day of the event) is required.

Jun 15 Sat
Sand Art Festival and Competition @ Flagler Ave. Beach Access
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

sand artAmateur teams will consist of families, friends, co-workers and community groups. All competitors will create their own sand sculptures in 10′ X 10′ plots of cordoned beach. Prizes will be awarded for individual adult, child and team categories, judged by both professionals and local celebrity judges. Sand art professionals will also create magnificent sculptures, showing off one of our area’s most valued natural resources. This is a free event, however spaces will be limited.

Jun 21 Fri
Reggae Festival @ Flagler Ave.
Jun 21 – Sunday all-day

reggae festivalThe inaugural New Smyrna Beach Reggae Festival is here. No need to set sail for the Carribbean, we’ll bring Jamaica to you. Bring a chair or grab a seat along Flagler Ave., then relax and enjoy the beautiful sounds of Trenchtown with a variety of performances at multiple locations.

Aug 15 Thu
Shrimp and Seafood Festival
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM

shrimp n seafoodThe Seafood Festival immerses marine-eating enthusiasts in a bevy of culinary selections.

More than 30 restaurants will compete for the “Best on the Beach” awards. They will offer taste sized portions of their specialties for $3 – $5. There also will be live entertainment. Flagler Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic from 3-10 p.m. from Pine Street east to S. Atlantic Avenue. A free park and ride service will be available from the N. Causeway.

Sep 9 Mon
Oak Hill City Commission Meeting @ Oak Hill Commission Chambers
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

oak hillMeetings are held the second and fourth Mondays of each month.

Sep 23 Mon
Edgewater City Council Meeting
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Oct 11 Fri
Country and Bluegrass Music Festival @ Multiple Locations
Oct 11 – Sunday all-day

country and bluegrass music festivalAutumn wouldn’t be complete without our very own twist on the fall barn dance. Prepare yourself for a 3-day, music-filled journey into one of America’s most celebrated and popular music genres – country and of course bluegrass.

The festival features scores of bands playing at multiple locations around town! So dust off your cowboy hat and don’t forget your boots for a weekend full of hit-kicking fun!

 

Multiple locations and times
(see schedule below)

Text “WKRO” to 71441 for a performance schedule.

Admission is free unless otherwise stated.

Friday, October 11:

6 p.m. - Celery City Band
Osteen Diner
195 S. State Rd. 415, Osteen

7 p.m. - The Riverbottom Nightmare Band
Clancy’s Cantina
301 Flagler Ave., NSB

7:30 p.m. - Late Fer Dinner Bluegrass Band
Maloney’s
1417 Canal St., NSB

8:30 p.m. – Cripple Creek Bluegrass Band
Peanut’s Restaurant & Sports Bar
421 Flagler Ave., NSB

9 p.m. - Dakota Black
Om Bar & Chill Lounge
392 Flagler Ave., NSB

Saturday, October 12:

2 p.m. - Blue Diamond Band, Country Duo
Om Bar & Chill Lounge
392 Flagler Ave., NSB

2:30 p.m. - Island Hillbillies
Flagler Tavern
414 Flagler Ave., NSB

3:30 p.m. - Swamp Kings
Toni and Joes Patio
309 Buenos Aires Ave., NSB

4 p.m. - Adam Floyd & The Pot Lickers
Peanut’s Restaurant & Sports Bar
421 Flagler Ave., NSB

5 p.m. - The Bloody Jug Band, Florida Swamp-Noir
Om Bar & Chill Lounge
392 Flagler Ave., NSB

6 p.m. - Awesome Possum
Osteen Diner
195 S. State Rd. 415, Osteen

6:30 p.m. - Candice Cuchetti
Gnarly Surf Bar
114 Flagler Ave., NSB

7 p.m. - Reload
Clancy’s Cantina
301 Flagler Ave., NSB

7:30 p.m. - Playin’ Possum Unplugged Country Band
Maloney’s
147 Canal St., NSB

9 p.m. - Cripple Creek Bluegrass Band
Peanut’s Restaurant & Sports Bar
421 Flagler Ave., NSB

Sunday, October 13

2 p.m. - Tim & Casey
Toni and Joe’s Patio
309 Buenos Aires Ave., NSB

7 p.m. - Hindu Cowboys, Retro Country Gravy & Bluegrass
Om Bar & Chill Lounge
392 Flagler Ave., NSB

7:30 p.m. - Peanut’s Bluegrass/Nuthouse Jam Finals
Peanut’s Restaurant & Sports Bar
421 Flagler Ave., NSB

Oct 14 Mon
Oak Hill City Commission Meeting @ Oak Hill Commission Chambers
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

oak hillMeetings are held the second and fourth Mondays of each month.

Oct 19 Sat
Chili Festival and Craft Beer Tasting @ Flagler Avenue
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

chilifestivalSample the more than 20 featured chilies from area restaurants and vote for your favorite. Wash down your chili with a beer tasting featuring over 40 craft beers from throughout the United States.

Craft beer tasting – $10 for 20 tickets
Chili cook-off – purchase a wristband for $10

The event takes place includes great live music and drink specials.


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