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The world's most popular and spectacular monster truck series returns bigger and better than ever! Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam, as seen on Speed Channel, features the world's premier monster trucks competing in head to head racing and amazing freestyle with sky wheelies, cyclone style donuts and big air!
"The trucks in the pictures are for promotional use only."
Go green & celebrate at this family fun event featuring a BBQ competition @ 11am, arts & crafts vendors, live entertainment all day, children's play area and more fun activities. Sponsored by Main Street Biloxi.
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Winter Event 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013
The weeklong event features beautiful homes, gardens, and historic locations. The event features approximately 40 elegant homes, gardens, and historic landmarks along the Mississippi Gulf Coast from Moss Point to Bay St. Louis. Don't miss the exceptional tour of the finest homes & gardens along the Mississippi Gulf Coast! Hosted by Gulf Coast Council of Garden Clubs. Click here for tour schedule.
Awarded American Bus Association (ABA) Top 100 Events 2004
Awarded Top Events USA 2011, 2012 & 2013
Billed as the Largest Family Event to ever come to Jones Park. Harbor Fest will feature live music by the Mulligan Brothers, The Chris Weaver Band, Over a 100 Arts & Crafts booths and some Big Boy Toys! There will be a BBQ cook-off competition with over $5000.00 in cash and prizes. A kid's village will be full of activities for children of all ages along with a petting zoo. The Humane Society of South Mississippi will sponsor a Pet Village with hundreds of pets available for adoption along with a $5.00 rabies and Microchip clinic. Harbor Fest is the only Pet Friendly event on the Coast. So parents can bring the whole family and the pets. The first 1000 kids will each receive an Easter egg with a prize in every egg and the grand prize of a new bike and cash awards.
Harbor Fest is brought to you by WLOX TV, Coast Radio Group, BBQ World, The Humane Society of South Mississippi and Ron Meyers Productions. For more information log onto www.ronmeyersproductions.com.
The Largest Outdoor Boat Show on the Gulf Coast! Over 50 Boat and Brokerage dealers from South Florida, North Florida, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas with the best new and brokered Center Consoles, Runabouts, Sportfish, Skiffs, Motor Yachts, Cruisers, Pontoons, Ski Boats, Backwater, Trawlers, Jet Boats, PWC's, available on the Gulf Coast and beyond. Attendees will see boats never seen outside of the Southeast Florida Boat Shows! Everything from the best in marine accessories to 50′ Cruisers, Sport Fish Boats, and Motor Yachts! In addition, famous nautical artists, apparel, sunglasses, inflatables, boat lifts, and just about anything else you could need for a day on the water will be available. Paul from Gator Boys will be available for autographs Saturday & Sunday. Hosted by Odyssey Events.
Two-day outdoor fine arts festival that celebrates and promotes fine arts in the community! Featuring more than 100 talented artists from 14 states working in a variety of mediums, including painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, pottery, fiber arts, glass arts, woodworking and jewelry! This year's festival also includes a new "Emerging Artists" section, showcasing new artists who are just starting to sell their creations.
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Spring 2011 Event
Awarded One Of The Top Events USA 2013
The festival features blues music and BBQ! Enjoy listening to the sounds of blues along with vendors offering the BEST Mississippi BBQ the coast has to offer - all serving up the finger licking, mouthwatering food! Stella may have the "blues", but we're going to cheer her up. Held in conjunction with the Stella Yelling Contest. Proceeds benefit the BSL Little Theatre. Sponsored by Silver Slipper Casino and the Bay St. Louis Little Theatre. Production of Pelican Events-Mississippi.
April 12 - 13
The Pass is doing it again...throwing another "party"...and you know...the Pass knows how to PARTY! The event features FUN for the entire family! Enjoy live music, arts, & crafts, carnival rides, Easter Hunt, kids fishing rodeo, the Blessing of the Fleet, classic car show , and of course, a tribute to a local delicacy - the Po-Boy! Food vendors offer a variety of different types of po-boys...fried shrimp, oysters, roast beef and more!
April 17-20 & 24-27
A family of four can afford this festival for less than they would pay for just one admission ticket at other festivals in the region! Great talent, exciting midway rides, unique vendors, games, give-a-ways, and contests for one low daily price.
In addition to fabulous music...enjoy thrilling carnival rides, arts & crafts vendors, delicious food, and more. The festival is a two-weekend event with the second weekend highlighted by a Coast Crawfish Cook-off where teams compete for trophies and cash.
If you love great music, mudbugs (crawfish), thrilling family fun carnival rides, and delicious food...this is a festival you won't want to miss! The festival draws crowds from three states and averages 55,000 guests. ALL EVENTS AND CONCERTS HELD RAIN OR SHINE!
Awarded "2007 Southern Travel Treasure" by AAA's magazine, AAA Southern Traveler
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Spring Event 2004, 2008, 2009, 2012 & 2013
April 26 (cancelled)
Children's games, kite making, entertainment, vendors, food, Up, Up & Away 5K & 1 mile Fun Run & much more! Family fun for everyone! Come out and bring your kite.
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Spring Event 2008, 2012 & 2013
Awarded AAA Southern Traveler Travel Treasure - 2013
Huge festival featuring plenty of arts & crafts, food vendors, antique car & boat show, kids corner with bounce house & more, boat building contest, educational booths, fun filled Latin dancing & live entertainment all day & into the evening! Bring your lawn charis & blankets! No coolers or pet allowed. Check website for complete schedule!
Festival features fantastic food of all kinds and of course seafood, rides, live music, crafts, silent auction, raffle and much more! Don't miss this exceptional festival as it returns to the beach! Proceeds benefit St. Clare Catholic Church!
May 31-June 1
A fun filled festival with a Backyard BBQ competition, great art and
down home Blues music! In addition there is a special children's area
where kids will have fun making their own blues instruments with the
Pass Christian Library,l Cool Blues.Local artists offering wonderful unique
arts and crafts as well as fabulous lip licking BBQ for sale.
Pass Christian Harbor Festivals is currently seeking unique artisans,
BBQ teams and blues musicians for the Pass Christian BBQ & Blues.
Please go to www.passchristianbbqandblues.com for applications and
information or call Renee Brooks at 228-342-2366.
The Coliseum Summer Fair has tons to offer! A family-friendly, jam
packed affordable event, filled with midway rides, FREE live music,
shows, contests, and headline entertainment - this event truly offers
something for all age groups!
Gate admission is
FREE Sunday - Thursday and only $5 on Fridays & Saturdays for ages
13 and older, children under 12 free gate admission daily. In addition
to family affordable - $20 Pay-One-Price ride admission offered.
Pay-one-price ride times: Monday-Friday 5pm-10pm; Saturday & Sunday
1pm-6pm; Sunday, June 19 1pm-9pm. Gates open @ 5pm Monday-Friday & 1pm Saturday and Sunday.
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Spring Event 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011
June 12-21 (tentative)
Kayaker and paddle sport enthusiasts mark your calendars for an exciting 10-day celebration of paddling on distinctive waterways along the Gulf Coast. From Bay St. Louis to Pascagoula, we'll do it up right with the help of sponsors like Lazy Magnolia Brewery, Crooked Letter Brewery, Mississippi Power and Biloxi Bay Chamber. Kicking off the in high gear is the SummerFest Mayor's Cup on Biloxi Beach, at the lighthouse, in front of the Biloxi Visitor Center which is the official registration site for events.
The festival schedule is multi-faceted and in different locations everyday:
• Daily kayak tours (ticketed, reservations required)
• Kid's Kayak-Eco Camp (weekly and daily rates, reservations required)
• Free events in public places across the coast: kayak instruction and safety classes,
• Twilight paddle parades, meet-up group tours, The REEL PADDLE FILM Festival (at the Biloxi Visitor's Center), beach parties and community block parties concluding with its popular Run-Kayak-Run Duathlon and Ocean Springs Kayak Festival in front of Fort Maurepas.
Check website for complete schedule of events!
Visit SummerFest's website to learn more about this ecotourism summer celebration centered on kayaking and paddling sports. Registration for events can also be made on the website. Come out - enjoy each unique community event -experience each distinctive waterway - see the beauty of our natural coastal environments! Paddling tours will take place on the Jourdan, Wolf River, Tchoutacabouffa and Pascagoula Rivers - along with bays and bayous Community celebrations will take place on Biloxi Beach, Bay St. Louis Main Street, D'Iberville's Fountain Marine Park, Ocean Springs Front Beach, and Pascagoula's Blueway along Kreb's Lake and business district.
South Coast SummerFest celebrates the Gulf Coast as a great place to live, visit and work while honoring the obligation to take care of the region's natural resources and beautiful landscapes. Proceeds benefit clean water and habitat programs of the Mississippi Wildlife Federation - www.MSwildlife.org.
Scrapin The Coast offers it all…Bikini contest, stereo competition, hydraulic contest, hot food, vendors, live music, car & truck show, burnout contest and more! Hundreds of hot rods converge on the coast for a FUN time. Come enjoy FUN in the SUN. To register online CLICK HERE to download and print the form and mail it in.
July 3 - 6
Billed as the largest family friendly fishing rodeo in the world, this successful yearly event includes fun for the entire family. The event features fireworks, fishing, fellowship, vendors, and FUN! Contestants fish the Gulf waters for days, competing for cash and prizes in 30 categories of both saltwater and freshwater fish. In previous years, records for tuna, shark and flounder have been broken at the Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo. The fishing rodeo attracts an average of 50,000 people every year, and even made the cover of Sports Illustrated! For vendor information call Michael Casano @ (228) 255-0035!
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Event 2008, 2010, and 2011!
July 3-6 (tentative)
Don't miss the circus celebration of the century! Introducing the Ringling Bros.® Ringlettes, the stylish hosts of the swankiest circus party in town, along with all the amazing acts tricked-out for the circus party and are ready to perform wild feats of wonder and strength.
The fun begins with a rockin' All Access Pre-show Party where party goers can learn fresh dance moves from Ringling Bros. clown DJ Dean, style in glitzy costumes, learn balancing and juggling skills, take photos with circus stars and get an exclusive backstage look at our exotic animals, only at BARNUM BASH! Don't miss the All Access Pre-Show, which starts one-hour prior to show time! See animals up close, visit with performers, get autographs, try on costumes, and enjoy the circus fun!
The Our Lady of the Gulf Crab Festival is the premier fest of the MS Gulf Coast and takes place in beautiful Bay St. Louis on the fest grounds of OLG Church! Incomparable food, live music, 100 Arts & Crafts booths, rides, raffles, Crab Races, and much more! Food items include boiled crab and shrimp, shrimp and catfish po-boys, gumbo, crab stuffed potatoes and biscuits, burgers, dogs, and so much more - you will not leave hungry! Find us on Facebook at Crab Fest Olg Church. Potential crafters can find the booth application on our website at www.olgchurch.net.
Ocean Springs celebrates with festivities for the entire family! Bring
your blankets, chairs, BBQ grills, play volleyball, kids enjoy the
splash pad, then comes the best...an evening of live entertainment
featuring performances by local musicians throughout the state! In
addition, fireworks end the evening with a BANG! Do not miss celebrating America's Independence Day - the Ocean Springs way.
A huge festival & celebration featuring a wide variety of seafood dishes, arts & crafts, kids village, children's activities, inflatable slide, bungee obstacle, face painting, games, gumbo championship, continuous live entertainment throughout the weekend, and more! Sponsored by the Biloxi Chamber of Commerce.
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Fall Event 2008, 2010, 2011 & 2012
Awarded American Bus Association (ABA) Top 100 Events for 2010
Awarded Top Events USA 2011
"Calling ALL car enthusiasts...Cruisin' the Coast is the event for YOU!" Thousands of classic cars converge on the Mississippi Gulf Coast for an entire week of rock 'n' roll, drag races, sock hops, swap meets, headline entertainment, and FUN...all along the Gulf Coast! Car enthusiasts parade their antique, classic, hot rods & custom vehicles up & down Highway 90 with entertainment provided at designated stops in Biloxi, D'Iberville, Gulfport, Long Beach, Bay St. Louis, Ocean Springs & Pascagoula. Since its inception in 1996, Cruisin' the Coast has grown from 374 cars to over 4,000 annually!
**Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) "Shining Example Award!"
**Awarded Mississippi's "Governor's Excellence in Tourism Award - Event of the Year 2000!
**Awarded "Southern Travel Treasure" by AAA's magazine, AAA Southern Traveler 2001!
**Awarded Southeast Tourism Society's (STS) Top 20 Fall Event 2003 & 2005
**Awarded American Bus Association (ABA) Top 100 Event 2001, 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014
Great shopping for unique hand crafted items and delicious Gulf Coast food! Learn about the Gulf Coast in the "hands on" Heritage & Education Area, and kids will have a blast in the FREE Kids area! Enter the famous Mullet Toss Contest - you've definitely gotta see how far you can throw a mullet! There's a Car Show on Saturday. Bring your folding chairs & your dancing shoes - there's 2 entertainment Stages to keep your toes tapping - Fun for All Ages!
**Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Fall Event 2011
Experience the sights, sounds, and even the smells of the 1861-1865 conflict! There will be cavalry, Infantry and cannon demonstrations, and a battle on each day! All branches of service, North and South, civilians, drummer boys and spectators welcomed! Festivities include a Picnic Basket Auction, Ladies Tea & a Saturday Night Dance with Entertainment!
Recognized AAA Southern Travel Treasure 2011!
Thrill rides, livestock shows, arts/crafts displays, food booths, exhibits, live music, “Old Settlers Day” and much more! Join us for this “Blue Ribbon” affair and “A Fall Tradition!” A MUST SEE EVENT!
November 1 (tentative)
Put on your flip-flops, grab that shaker of salt, board your galleon and join in the on a fun-filled day. Live music, plenty of activities, pirate costume contest along with arts & crafts and more. Come on down "The Pirates of the Mississippi Sound" await your arrival.
Bands: The Brass-A-Holics Go Go, Funk Band, Jinny Buffett and The Poor Ole Reefer Band, Lost Shakers of Salt.
Other activities: Pirate Costume Contest, Wavfest 5K Run/Walk for a Cure/Relay for Life, arts and crafts
At this festival - Named in honor of the late artist, Peter Anderson, you will find the works of over 300 regional artists! From oil painting & watercolors, raku pottery, to metal works – all types of exceptional arts & crafts by some of the South's most finest artisans await you during this two day festival! Also enjoy live music, coastal and ethnic foods and the Walter Anderson Museum of Art!
**Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Fall Event 2008 & 2009!
**Awarded "Southern Traveler Treasure" by AAA Southern Traveler's Magazine - 2009!
**Awarded "Best Special Event" Mississippi Main Street 2013!
**Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) "2013 Festival of the Year"
Mark your calendar and save the date. Honoring all past and present veterans.
Is one of the largest gift shows in the Southern Region. Over 300 booths feature Handmade crafts, unique and one of a kind items, different foods, and gifts for everyone. A large Santa Playland featuring photos with Santa, free kids crafts, facepainting, live music, and plenty of fun. This year a 5k Santa Run is being added along with a 1 mile fun run. Visitors plan a day of shopping and spending the night here on the Coast. For more information about Christmas City, visit www.christmascitygiftshow.com
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Fall Event 2010
January 24-25 (tentative)
Come unhinged at this festival featuring cool family fun rides and activities, fabulous food and one of a kind local art. There will be a classic car parade and cruise on Saturday starting at 10am in front of City Hall. Parking is free on the streets of Pass Christian and an easy walk down to the festival which is located in Pass Christian Harbor. The "Pass" knows how to throw a PARTY.
Top 44 Events in the Central Gulf Coast
Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Event
"Southern Special Treasure" by AAA's magazine
February 7 (tentative)
Break out your purple, green and gold and Laissez les bons temps rouler! Mardi Gras Mayhem in the Park is an event you're not going to want to miss a minute of.
JUST ROLL WITH IT: Bicycle Parade Registration/lineup 2:30pm; Parade starts at 3:30pm and will parade around the sidewalks in Jones Park (a 1 mile route). Anyone interested in participating in this can go to the City of Gulfport's website and fill out a registration form and return to us via fax or email.
• JAMBALAYA COOK-OFF: Local restaurants will be showing off their Cajun style in hopes of earning the title of "Best Jambalaya on the Gulf Coast!" The best part is that it's a "People's choice award" so, the local community gets to try free samples of spicy goodness from their favorite restaurants and vote on which one has the best Jambalaya around!
FREE MOVIE: One of our favorite 'family friendly' Mardi Gras movies, "Princess and the Frog" will start at 6pm with complimentary popcorn, cotton candy and refreshments AND A LOT MORE OF MARDI GRAS MAYHEM events and activities!
Family friendly local Mardi Gras parade featuring lots of floats, throws and FUN! Great family fun and a night parade.
February 8 (tentative)
The parade route begins at the intersection of Drinkwater & Highway 90 in Bay St. Louis (in front of the Bay St. Louis Governmental Annex Bldg) then rolls west ending at Auderder Street & Highway 90 in Waveland (disbanding in front of West End Restaurant) **The parade will travel WEST bound towards Waveland in the EAST bound lane - one straight route - from the Bay to Waveland!
February 14 (tentative)
Parade route through downtown Gulfport! Parade starts at 19th Street and goes towards Highway 49, continues pass Hancock Bank & throughout downtown Gulfport.
February 14 (Tentative)
Family Fun for everyone! Parade begins at Pascagoula & Ingall Avenue to Market Street, continues north to Jackson Avenue then south returning to start. Lots of throws and family oriented parade.
North Bay Carnival Association Mardi Gras parade features approximately 70-units and stretches from LeMoyne Boulevard in St. Martin all the way to Central Avenue in D'Iberville with parade goers waiting for all the "goodies" to catch thrown from all the floats.
Parade starts at the corner of Davis Avenue and Second Street, proceeds to Scenic Drive turns west to Henderson Avenue, North to St. Louis, east to Church Street, south to Second Street, east on Second to Davis Avenue. Some consider this parade to be the "Best" of Mardi Gras! Hosted by the St. Paul Carnival Association.
February 13 (tentative)
Parade begins Front Beach to Porter Avenue to Washington to Government ending at Holcomb. Hosted by the Ocean Springs Carnival Association.
See all of the wonderful sights of Mardi Gras during this unique night parade - complete with colorful costumes, floats, and other interesting Mardi Gras themed items! Over 60 floats participate - meaning Fun for the whole family!
Gulf Coast Carnival Association traces its roots back to 1908 as Biloxi's first Mardi Gras parade, which included 17 floats, 150 flambeau carriers, the new 12-piece Herald Newspaper Band, a grand marshal, the mayor and the councilmen. Today the Carnival Association continues the tradition begun over 104 years ago, with King D’Iberville and Queen Ixolib reigning over the largest Mardi Gras parade on the MS Gulf Coast with over 100 units.
February 21-22 (tentative)
Annual BBQ chicken, ribs & brisket cook-off with teams competing for over $5000 in cash & prizes! The event continues to grow yearly with the addition of a YOUTH BBQ cook-off...bring the kids...they can win cash & prizes as well! Live entertainment all day, arts & crafts, face painting, children's activities & games, clowns, Pulled Pork Taste Tent, & of course...Barbeque! For applications or vendor information contact Desiree Marquez , (228) 257-9734, Barbie Cutrer, (228) 669-1550 or Patty Ewing, (228) 392-9734. Sponsored by the City of D'Iberville.
Sanctioned by the International BBQ Cookers Association (IBCA)
Awarded (STS) Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Winter Event 2012 & 2013
The Krewe of Diamonds parades through downtown Bay St. Louis. It's the Gulf Coast only predominantly African-American Krewe and this parade is one of the Bay’s BEST- attended by locals & visitors alike! This parade originally was the Krewe of Real People! Parade route is down Main Street, turns on to 2nd Street on to Union Street continuing to Blaize Avenue in front of the Historic Depot.
"Grillin & GREEN" on the Mississippi Gulf Coast is a weekend filled with events - parades and festivals
St. Patrick's Day Parades offer visitors "throws or prizes" from elaborately decorated floats! The parades include more than 50 units with marchers, antique cars, floats, bagpipes and more! Spectators come from far away to catch the unique "prizes" thrown from the many colorful units - green beads, doubloons, wooden nickels, mini green beer steins, cabbages, potatoes, and even onions (almost everything needed to make an "Irish Stew) are just a few of the delightful "goodies" thrown.
"Grillin' on the Green" is a daylong festival featuring a grilling competition, food, 100's of arts & crafts vendors, live entertainment, & children's activities. This event continues to grow in popularity with over 7,000 in attendance. Events held throughout the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Awarded Southeast Tourism Society (STS) Top 20 Winter Event 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013
Fundraising event featuring an 80s theme! Enjoy "Rad"
tunes by Doctor Zarr's Amazing Funk Monster, a Bodacious food spread,
cash bar for cocktails, "Bad To The Bone' silent auction, "Funky far
out" threads contest for cool chicks and stone foxes, and late night
"munchies!" Come take a trip back in time and have a night of fun on the
flipside. Get down for a good cause! Proceeds benefit The Lynn Meadows Discovery Center.
The 2014 Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic field is ready to display some of the best golf in the world! An official PGA TOUR, Champions Tour professional golf tournament featuring players like Fred Couples, Tom Lehman, Bernhard Langer, Rocco Mediate, Mark O'Meara, Hale Irwin and Kenny Perry. The tournament is televised LIVE on the Golf Channel three days. Played at the world-class facility of Fallen Oaks each spring . Come out and watch. You don't won't to miss a minute of this excitement!
Vendors will feature everything from arts and crafts to herbs and plants. The outdoor event will feature activities including artist demonstrations, live entertainment, engaging seminars and more. Vendor applications are currently available at the Chamber offices or by downloading from www.peterandersonfestival.com.
This festival brings vendors and musicians from all over the Gulf Coast to display their craft through art and music. Attendees will enjoy delicious southern food and exciting Coast music from 10am -10pm. The emcees for this year's festival are Sarah Grammar and Kipp Greggory. Grammar is a senior at Biloxi High School and a student in the WINGS Performing Arts program at Lynn Meadows Discover Center. Kipp Greggory is a well-known voice on the Coast, the General Manager and Host for SuperTalk MS Gulf Coast 103.1.
Visitors to this year's Pass Christian Historical Society's Tour of Homes will view five homes which reflect the city's past from the mid-19th century through 1935.
The homes showcase the variety of architectural house types and styles of the period from a raised cottage with a Greek revival facade, an American center-hall cottage with a graceful columned wrap-around porch, and the impressive three-story home of Mrs. Jeanne McDaniel. The featured homes include:
• The home of Mrs. Lynn Gildersleeve, 1001 East Beach Blvd. is a "cottage" type home with three dormers jutting from the center roof, an American center-hall plan cottage with a wrap-around porch lined with French doors and windows.
• The Bailey home, 829 East Scenic Drive is a raised cottage with a Greek revival facade and the American center-hall floor plan. It dates to 1850 with the "crab claw" stairs added in 1938. The home is exquisitely furnished with the original estate furnishings.
• The home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Petagna¸ 710 East Second Street, demonstrates how a historical structure can be incorporated within a modern home. This home exemplifies the best of historical adaptation.
• The home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael McElroy, 533 East Scenic Drive is a colonial revival mansion designed by New Orleans architect Richard Koch. The McElroys renovated the home and beautiful gardens in 2010.
• The home of Mrs. Jeanne McDaniel 519 East Scenic Drive was almost destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and has been meticulously reconstructed to its former glory. Refreshments will be served here from 2 to 5 pm.
Docents will be available with architectural and historical information at each house. Visitors will be given a brochure, tour program and a walking/driving tour and map of the area. Refreshments will be provided by the Society's members at the McDaniel home.
Sponsored by the Pass Christian Historical Society.
January 23 (tentataive)
Come unhinged at "Oyster Eve" a VIP celebration of all things oyster!
Prelude party to the 4th Annual Pass Christian Oyster Festival which
will be held January 25 & 26. This will be a special Oyster Eve
because PCHF is partnering with Pass Christian's very own Crystal Seas
Seafood to offer the Crystal Seas' Oyster Throwdown where local chefs
will compete to be the Top Oyster. This event which provides funds for
scholarship and helps keep the festival free. It has become an annual
must do event featuring great oyster dishes and fun.
Participating Chefs: TBA. Sponsored by Crystal Seas Seafood, Rex Distributing and Coca Cola.
January 31 (tentative)
Family oriented parade which begins at the Golden Sportscomplex, exits out of the north entrance to Prudie Circle, turns left heading south on Three Rivers then turns right on Dedeaux Read and continures west where it ends at the interesction of Highway 49.
February 4 (tentatve)
Wear your Mardi Gras attire and join the City of Biloxi Park and Recreation for this Senior Mardi Gras Ball. A King, Queen, Grand Duke and Duchess will be crowned. Plenty of door prizes, hors d'oeuvres served, and entertainment will be provided by Empire Entertainment.
Family friendly parade with lots of throws and family FUN! Join in on the FUN and catch lots of "goodies!" This year's THEME , "Characters of Pine Island". Paradeline up begins at Johns' Bayou Road at 12 Noon and rolls at 1:30.
Family Fun For ALL! This night parade begins at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College - Jackson County Campus on Highway 90 proceeds to Singing River Mall then ending back at college.
Floats, horse & buggies, golf carts, antique cars & more parade throughout a 5-mile circular route North of Interstate 10! The parade starts & ends @ Neco's Market Place @ the intersection of Vidalia & Cable Bridge Road (Exit 24) - Exit North on Firetower Road to Vidalia Road, then east on Vidalia Road to Cable Bridge Road.
Approximately 30 units with mostly elaborately decorated golf carts unload beads, stuffed animals, candy and other Carnival treats to scores of outstretched hands! Parade begins at the Community Center and winds its way towards the Country Club.
Event pays tribute to historical and literary themes yearly with different tableaus and masked royalty steeped in the kind of ceremonial drama worthy of a classical epic. While the colors, the decorations, and the costumed characters vary significantly from year to year, the selection and composition of the royal court does not. There are always eight dukes, eight maids, two royal pages, and of course, the king and queen all presented to the public for the first time. Don't miss the presentation.
Join the Krewe of Neptune for Mardi Gras biggest party featuring large Double Decker floats from New Orleans, Marching Bands, and other Marching clubs parading through beautiful and historic downtown Biloxi.
February 21-22 (tentative)
Huge car & truck show featuring hundreds of Pre-80's cars, trucks, & motorcycles. Now being held in conjunction with D'Iberville BBQ Throwdown! Hosted by the Singing River Street Rod Association.
Live professional hockey on the Mississippi Gulf Coast! Come and experience the excitement of the Mississippi Surge Hockey team as they take on the tough competition! Below are the March home games.
For a complete schedule of home and away games, click here. 2013-2014 season-October 25-March 22.