- By Eddie Ritz Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Hungry for some serious seafood, great music and good times?
Then don’t miss out on the 2018 Jupiter Seafood Festival this weekend at Carlin Park.
Enjoy fantastic food from Guanabanas Food Truck, Reel Cajun Cooking, Bushdogs, Little Moir’s Food Shack, Cape Cod Lobster Roll, The Purple Shrimp, Catch Clean Cook TV and more.
Wash all that food down with beer or brewers including Shocktop, Brown Distributing featuring Kona Beach Bar, Goose IPA, Landshark, Budweiser and more.
There will also be a full liquor bar.
In addition to food and drink, there will also be a $1,000 Cornhole Tournament on Saturday. There are two divisions based on skill level and the entry fee is $50 per team.
Music will be provided on Saturday by Abby Owens, Future Prezidents, the Tom Jackson Band and Tom Petty tribute group The Petty Hearts.
On Sunday the good times keep rolling with Mike Lebon, Girlfriend Material and Spred the Dub.
The event will benefit the Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation which works to enhance the marine environment by building artificial reef structures off the shores of South Florida.
When: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday
Where: Carlin Park, 400 A1A, Jupiter