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Jackson's Steakhouse no string attached with the symphony

DINNER WITH STRINGS ATTACHED, PRESENTED BY THE PENSACOLA SYMPHONY

Join the Pensacola Symphony on Thursday, June 23rd for “Dinner with Strings Attached,” their 10th annual evening at Jackson’s Steakhouse. PSO musicians Stephanie Riegle, flute, and Katie Ott, harp, will be performing classics and light pops, and the PSO will be sharing information about their upcoming concert season that begins in October. Click here to […]

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PENSACOLA SYMPHONY PRESENTS: SPARKS AND STARS ON JULY 4TH

The Pensacola Symphony invites you to celebrate Independence Day with a free concert—Symphony Sparks and Stars—at the Hunter Amphitheater behind the Pensacola Blue Wahoos Stadium! Bring your chairs and blankets, and enjoy this family-friendly performance featuring patriotic favorites, an Armed Forces Salute, flyover, and more. Festivities will begin at 7:30 p.m, fireworks being at 9:00 […]

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FOO FOO FEST NAMED FINALIST FOR UNITED AIRLINES’ HEMISPHERES MAGAZINE AWARD

The Pensacola Foo Foo Fest is once again a finalist for United Airlines’ Hemispheres 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards as “Best Cultural Festival!” Voting is open until July 1, and the results will be announced in September. Please click here to vote early and often! 

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ACE PENSACOLA ANNOUNCES ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST DEADLINE FOR GENERAL OPERATING GRANTS IS JUNE 13

Submit Eligibility Criteria Today To Ensure Your Organization is Eligible to Receive Funding Pensacola, Fla. (June 6, 2022) – Art, Culture, and Entertainment Inc. (ACE) is accepting Eligibility Checklists from arts, culture, and entertainment organizations throughout Escambia County to apply for ACE General Operating Grants for 2022.  Eligibility Checklist for ACE General Operating Grants The […]

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GRANT RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED FOR PENSACOLA’S EIGHTH ANNUAL FOO FOO FESTIVAL, NOV. 3-15, 2022

Today, the Pensacola Foo Foo Festival Committee announced the public grant scoring for the eighth annual Foo Foo Festival, naming 12 grant recipients and allocating more than $400,000 in grant funding for this November’s events. Following an impressive number of submissions, this year’s grant winners include Pensacola Little Theatre, Stamped LGBTQ, Pensacola Museum of Art, […]

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FOO FOO FESTIVAL TO ANNOUNCE PUBLIC GRANT SCORING AND 2022 FESTIVAL GRANT WINNERS

PENSACOLA FOO FOO FESTIVAL TO ANNOUNCE PUBLIC GRANT SCORING AND 2022 FESTIVAL GRANT WINNERS TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2022 Pensacola’s 12-Day Coastal Celebration Set to Return November 3-14, 2022 WHAT: Mark your calendars for Foo Foo Festival’s grant scoring and 2022 grant winner announcement, taking place on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 10 a.m. CDT. Following […]

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Florida Humanities Announces Book Festival Grants!

Florida Humanities’ Book Festival Grants provide funding to eligible Florida nonprofit organizations to support events that celebrate the joy of reading, encourage thoughtful interactions between authors and their readers, and reflect on how literature conveys the human experience. Proposed programming may occur over a single day or multiple days. Events can occur virtually, in person, […]

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The Choral Society Concludes Its 86th Season to Host Auditions for 87th!

The Choral Society concludes its 86th season with a flurry of activity: a concert, preceded by a concert preview, followed by auditions for the 87th season. A series of FREE, informal concert previews begins with a discussion of the Society’s upcoming program, Triptych. The preview is set for Tuesday, May 10 at 7:00 pm and […]

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Pensacola Symphony Orchestra in the Park May 8

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra in the Park

Pack a lawn chair or a blanket, and join us this Sunday, May 8 at 3 p.m. for a free outdoor performance at Museum Plaza in Downtown Pensacola! This event features PSO musicians Sarah Jane Young, flute; Matt Fossa, oboe; Richard Jernigan, clarinet; Richard Hopkins, bassoon; and Jacquelyn Adams, horn. Selections include music by Matt Fossa, Denes Agay, Amy […]

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Pensacola MESS Hall Celebrates 10 Years!

The Pensacola MESS Hall was founded as an experiment 10 years ago. A group of community members believed that a hands-on science museum would be an asset to the Pensacola area. Over the years, the MESS Hall team has built on that initial effort to create an organization that is an anchor for our community, […]

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