Cala Vida in full swing at Spring Park

Posted 10/13/21

GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The popular Cala Vida Music and Arts Festival is being celebrated around Spring Park this week, winding down to a big Saturday finale. Thursday marks the return of Bluegrass at …

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Cala Vida in full swing at Spring Park

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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – The popular Cala Vida Music and Arts Festival is being celebrated around Spring Park this week, winding down to a big Saturday finale. Thursday marks the return of Bluegrass at the pool pavilion, while Friday night’s music lineup at Spring Park includes Blues in the Night featuring Mama Blue. On Saturday, there will be several local authors and artists talking about their books and crafts starting at 10 a.m. An antique stroll throughout downtown will be featured where visitors can shift between events that catch their eye in true festival fashion. Two dance performances from Peru Dance and Nan Nkama Pan African Dance will follow the opening ceremony. Throughout the afternoon and into the evening, there will be even more musical performances, including America’s Celtic rock band Cleghorn, The Chris Thompson band, Kim Reteguiz and The Black Cat Bones, and the last performance from Mama Blue and Cleghorn will round out the evening. The still arts are the backbone of CalaVida, and that includes food. Local food trucks such as Bright Light Catering, Dagwood’s and El Agave Azul will be in attendance with menus at the ready. Vendors will sell jewelry, ceramics, and antiques, not to mention prints of their art and signed copies of books. The morning market is a perfect chance to find unique pieces and gifts for yourself or your friends. After going more than a year without festivals, the excitement will be in full swing. CalaVida will bring the arts to Clay, and fun and excitement back to the Park. You can find full schedule information and any changes made on the CalaVida website: www.calavida.com.

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