The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County is calling food truck / food vendors to submit an application for consideration to be selected as one of 5-6 food vendors to service the 30A Songwriters Festival Main Stage venue, January 14 & 15, 2023.
The Festival's Main Stage is located in Grand Boulevard's Town Center in Miramar Beach, FL and will feature Headline acts on Saturday, January 14th and Sunday, January 15th. Approximate hours of operation are 11:00am - 5:00pm
Up to six vendors will be curated to provide food and non-alcoholic beverage options for purchase by the Festival crowd, which will range in size from 3,000 - 5,000 throughout the course of each day.
Get more details and access the vendor application ► ► HERE ◀ ◀ The submission deadline is Monday, December 19.
ABOUT THE EVENT More than 5,000 music lovers come together over Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend in January to attend the 30A Songwriters Festival. This unique event is a four day music extravaganza featuring over 175 songwriters and musicians performing original songs in various genres ranging from country to Americana and folk as well as blues and soul in over 30 dedicated listening rooms on historic Highway 30A in South Walton.
The Festival, produced by the Cultural Arts Alliance (CAA) and Russell Carter Artist Management (RCAM), brings together nearly every South Walton community and many businesses to showcase our home as a destination not only for the beauty of its beaches but also for the wealth of its artistic cultural offerings. 2023 Headline Stage Artists include Lyle Lovett, The Gin Blossoms, Rickie Lee Jones, Yola, Steve Earle and Morgan Wade. Past performers include Jackson Browne, Emmylou Harris, Brian Wilson, John Prine, Indigo Girls, Brandi Carlile, Graham Nash, Grace Potter, Jason Isbell, Ann Wilson, the Bangles, Cheap Trick, Lucinda Williams, Roseanne Cash, Steve Earle, Shawn Mullins, Gregory Alan Isakov, and Patty Griffin, among many more. 100% of the Festival’s net proceeds benefit the CAA allowing it to continue to be a champion for the arts throughout Walton County.