Goodbye 2022. Hello 2023! What to Look Forward to in the New Year

December 30, 2022
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There's something amazing happening all year on Amelia Island, where events celebrating nature, art, culture and one special crustacean abound. Take out your calendars, pick a month and BOOK A ROOM in advance so you don't miss a thing.

2023... here we come!
 

January

Amelia Island Restaurant Week January 20 - 29
Chamber Music Festival January 13 - May 13

February

Amelia Island Jazz Festival Valentine's Big Band Bash:  February 11
Amelia Island Book Festival February 18

March

AMELIA ISLAND CONCOURS WEEK March 2 - 5

April

SOUNDS ON CENTRE:  First Fridays from April through October, except for Shrimp Festival weekend.

May

Shrimp Festival:  May 5 - 7
Fish to Fork Weekend:  May 11 - 14
Wild Amelia Nature Festival:  May 19 - 29

September 

Amelia Island Dance Festival:  Dates TBA (2022 dates were Sept 9-11)

October

Island Hop Craft Beer Festival:  Dates TBA (2022 date was Oct 1)
Amelia Island Jazz Festival:  Dates TBA (2022 dates were Oct 2-9)
Zooma Run:  October 14 - 15
Northeast Florida Fair:  Dates TBA (2022 dates were Oct 14-24)

November

Right Whale Festival:  Dates TBA (2022 dates were Nov 5-6)
Petanque Amelia Island Open:  Dates TBA (2022 dates were Nov 11-13)

December

Holiday Home Tour:  December 1 - 2
Dickens on Centre:  December 7 - 10
TaxSlayer Gator Bowl:  December 30
New Year's Eve Shrimp Drop:  December 31

Ongoing fun in 2023:

ARTRAGEOUS ARTWALKS:  January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, October 14, November 11, December 9
FIRST WEEKEND UNION GARRISON AT FORT CLINCH STATE PARK Saturday and Sundays, the first weekend of the month.

HAPPY NEW YEAR, EVERYONE!

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Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.