Springtime Tallahassee 2017 Festival and Parade Schedule
March 31 - April 1, 2017
Music Festival on Kleman Plaza
Friday, March 31, 2017 from 6:00 pm. - 10:30 pm.
Visit the Kleman Plaza the night before the parade for a musical line-up featuring country musicís Easton Corbin.
6:00 pm. - Opening Acts
9:00 pm. - Easton Corbin 10:30 pm. - Fireworks
Springtime Tallahassee Music Festival Beer Garden
Beer, wine, spirits, Pepsi products and food will be available for purchase.
Community Stage in McCarty Park on the corner of Adams Street and Park Avenue
Community Stage Performers
12:00 pm. - Women's Bellydance Center
12:25 pm. - Dance Electric Dance Academy
12:45 pm. - The Tallahassee Ballet
1:10 pm. - Trousdell Dance Team
1:35 pm. - Seminole Tap Tribe
2:00 pm. - Young Actors Theatre
2:25 pm. - Timberlane Arts and Dance Academy, LLC (TA-DA)
2:50 pm. - Excellence Dance Team, Inc
3:15 pm. - RockStar Ravens Community Cheer Squad
3:40 pm. - DeSoto Trail Elementary Blazerettes
4:00 pm. - The Mobile Dance Co.
4:25 pm. - Killearn Kids Dance Troupe
4:45 pm. - Capital Celtic Dancers
Springtime Tallahassee Grand Parade on April 1, 2017 at 10:30 am Grand Parade Reviewing Stands Before the parade kicks off, you will be able to enjoy the Capital City Band of Tallahassee Community College at 9:30 am. in front of the Capitol. The Jubilee will take place from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. off Monroe Street on Adams Street, Duval Street, Park Avenue, and College Avenue.
The Jubilee winds its way through downtown Tallahassee. Music, food, arts and crafts for everyone to enjoy. Arts and Crafts booths will showcase over 250 local, regional and national vendors.
Nathanís Famous Mobile Tour
The Nathanís Famous Mobile Tour will make a stop at Springtime Tallahassee on April 1, 2017. Enjoy free Nathanís hot dog samples and lots of Coney Island style fun and games. You can stop by to try bag toss, ring toss, a Zoltar fortune teller machine, and get your picture taken with the Nathanís Hot Dog Eating Championship belts..
The Children's Park takes place in E. Peck Greene Park at Duval Street and Park Avenue.
Fun activities, including pony rides, face painting, sirens, clowns and more provide education, culture, and recreation for the whole family.
The Childrenís Park is designated a Tobacco Free Zone
Fairs, Festivals, Parades, Concerts, Shows