What To Do This Weekend in Florida: Oct. 13-15, 2017

Looking for something fun to do in Florida this weekend? Check out these ideas.

Oktoberfest celebrations continue this weekend throughout Florida. Pexels.com

Fun is usually just a short car ride away in Florida. So pack up the tribe and enjoy some of the amazing events and festivals that make Florida such a special place to live in and visit.

South Florida

October 14, 2017 in Miami
Touting itself as the “largest craft beer festival” in Florida, Grovetoberfest is all about – well, yes – craft beer.

Boca Raton Pumpkin Patch Festival Oct. 14-15, 2017 in Boca Raton
Fall comes to South Florida, too! The annual Boca Pumpkin Patch Festival features a pumpkin patch with more than 2,500 pumpkins.

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Central Florida

Oktoberfest Tampa
October 13-15, 2017 in Tampa
The weather might not seem like October in Germany but Tampa Bay celebrates anyway each year with German cheer, dancing, singing and – yes – plenty of beer along the Hillsborough river downtown at the Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando
Through November 4, 2017 in Orlando
Year after year, Univeral Orlando is home to Hollywood-style set design and top-tier horror actors to ensure you’ll be frightened long after you’ve left the park for the night.

New Smyrna Beach Paint Out
October 8-14, 2017 in New Smyrna Beach
There’s a new name for this 7th annual event, which features professional artists from around the country who are invited to New Smyrna to paint “En Plein Air.”

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North Florida

Panama City Beach Oktoberfest
October 13-14, 2017 in Panama City Beach
This two-day, family-friendly event includes the obligatory “Tapping of the Keg” ceremony, a stein-hoisting competition and plenty of live music to go along with the beer.

Coming soon: McIntosh 1890’s Festival
October 21, 2017 in McIntosh
From the festival’s initial debut in the 1970s with an attendance of 4,000 people, today it hosts over 250 vendors and an estimated 35,000 visitors annually.

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