30A Songwriter’s Festival

We’re going to take a brief break from Christmas decorating today to tell you about an event next month everyone at Tracery is very excited about.  January 15 – 17, the first annual 30A Songwriters Festival will be held all along Scenic Highway 30A–our home at the Beaches of South Walton County, Florida.  Featuring nationally recognized artists like the Indigo Girls, Jeffrey Steele, Shawn Mullins, Rodney Crowell, Sam Bush and Chely Wright; the event is going to a very fun weekend!  The festival kicks off Friday afternoon with a reception party for all artists and attendees at the world famous BUD & ALLEY’S Restaurant on the beach in Seaside. From there plan on three days of non-stop, intimate concerts including solo performances and multi artist “in the round” singing and storytelling sessions.  Your ticket/wrist band will allow you to travel up and down the Beaches of South Walton and freely access all shows in beautiful venues in Alys Beach, Rosemary Beach, Seaside, Miramar Beach, WaterColor and Grayton Beach.

Tracery principal Paige Schnell is one of the founders and organizers of the event and we’re all chipping in to help make this event a success.  We’d love for you to join us–January 15 – 17 is Martin Luther King weekend, so it’s a great time to head to SoWal and listen to some great music in an incredible setting.

Visit the 30A Songwriters Festival website [here] to get more details and to buy your tickets…they are going FAST and there’s a very limited number available due to the intimate size of the venues so we suggest you buy tickets NOW, not later.

We can’t wait to see y’all there!

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