By The Tally Wire Staff | Photo: Tallahassee Museum
This year’s annual Swamp Stomp, hosted by the Tallahassee Museum, is coming back on July 11, 2020! Beginning at 4:00 p.m., this event is a “music lover’s dream” that is produced by Del Suggs and features not only local legends, but also rising talents and other accomplished performers from the Big Bend.
This festival offers a time for enjoying the outdoors, supporting local musicians, relaxing, and enjoying tasty food and drinks. Several types of music, from folk, to blues, to contemporary acoustic, ballads, highlands, saltwater music, and much more, will be featured this year. Food and drink will be available from the Trail Break Cafe, and drinks for those 21-years-old and over will be available at their cash bar.
The music festival is free for members of the museum and active duty military personnel, and tickets cost $9 for children, $12 for adults, and $11.50 for senior citizens and college students with ID. They can be purchased online, here.
This year’s lineup is as follows:
4:00- 4:30 p.m.: Hot Tamale
4:45-5:15: p.m. Dylan “Ragpicker” Allen
5:30-6:00: p.m. Mimi Hearn
6:15-6:45 p.m.: Brian Bowen
7:00-7:30 p.m.: Belle & The Band
7:45-8:15 p.m. Del Suggs
The Tallahassee Museum is asking guests to practice social distancing while at the event, and all public buildings except for public bathrooms, Visitor Center, and the Trail Break Café will be closed. Groups of ten or less are welcome. The Trail Break Café will follow the Governor’s guidelines for restaurants and all visitors entering buildings required to wear masks. Hand sanitizer is also available throughout the museum’s grounds, and surfaces will be sanitized throughout the day.
You can share with friends and family, and RSVP to this year’s Swamp Stomp on Facebook, here