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Popular Annual Events in Vero Beach, Sebastian & Fellsmere in Indian River County, Florida  - 

Here are some of the many annual events that locals & visitors look forward to attending each year.  
 

Sebastian Riverfront Fine Art & Music Festival 
January 
Artists and musicians come together at Riverview Park and along the Sebastian riverfront for an interesting and lively event.  Paintings, jewelry, ceramics, glass blowing, wood carving, photography, pottery and metalwork are on display.
 

Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival
January 
The Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival holds 2 Guinness Book World Records including the "Largest Frog Leg Festival in the World."  Enjoy frog leg and gator tail dinners, midway rides, live music and crafters.  Well-behaved dogs allowed on leash.
 

Gardenfest !
February 
Highly anticipated event that focuses on the Florida garden and outdoor spaces. Over 85 vendors chosen for their quality and offerings. “Ask the Expert” tent and food under the oak trees at Riverside Park.  Free admission, plenty of parking. Rain or shine.
 

10th Annual Sebastian Art Studio Tour
February 
Self-guided tour highlighting local artist studios in and around Sebastian. Free and open to the public.
 

Florida Craft Brew & Wingfest 
February 
250 craft & micro brews with local restaurants and groups selling chicken wings and competing for “Best Wings in Vero.”  Two stages with 4 bands.  Held at Royal Palm Pointe Park in Vero Beach.
 

Annual Highwaymen Heritage Trail Art Show & Festival
February
Original and 2nd generation Highwaymen artists, live jazz, local cuisine and free guided tour of the Highwaymen Heritage Trail in Ft. Pierce.  This event is a celebration of the world-renown Highwaymen artists, most of whom were from Ft. Pierce.
 

Grant Seafood Festival
March 
Although this event is in Grant, Florida (about 30 minutes north), for many it’s an annual tradition to feast on a huge variety of seafood prepared by local folks (no food vendors).  Mahi, lobster, clams, shrimp, chowder, scallops, oysters, conch, crawfish. Non-stop entertainment and over 100 crafters.
 

Firefighters Fair 
March
Family fun at this traditional, County Fair with exhibits, demonstrations and competition that highlights local talent in agriculture, livestock, creative crafts, baked goods & canning. Midway rides, entertainment, and food at Indian River County Fairgrounds.


Annual Pelican Island Wildlife Festival
March
This annual event celebrates the anniversary of the establishment of the nation’s first National Wildlife Refuge in 1903 by President Theodore Roosevelt.  Live wildlife shows, environmental exhibitors, arts & crafts, native plant sale, educational presentations, historical reenactments and boat tours to Pelican Island.


Shrimpfest & Craft Brew Hullabaloo  
March
Annual three-day celebration held at Riverview Park in Sebastian.  Delicious Florida all-natural shrimp, music, kids activities, Craft Beer Tasting Garden.
 

Annual Hibiscus Festival 
March
Two event filled days on 14th Avenue in historic downtown Vero Beach with fine art, music, food.   

Children's Art Festival  
April
Fun, family event with activities, entertainment and student art displays at Vero Beach Museum of Art.

Sebastian Clambake  
November
Popular community event with seafood booths, live bands, vendor booths and Kid’s Zone at Riverview Park in Sebastian.


Art Trail -  Arts & Crafts Studio Tour
December 
Visit Vero Beach artist studios, meet the artists, and see the settings in which their works are created. 
 

Annual Vero Beach Christmas Parade  
December, 1st Saturday
A hit with families as beautifully decorated floats glide down Ocean Drive and people line the street.

 

Last update: 6/29/2022