Culture Florida - During the Autumn season
in Jacksonville you will just love the Springfield
Jazz and Heritage Festival with live music, art and
food or the Caribbean Carnival complete with a parade
of masquerade, Caribbean cuisine. This is a cultural
feast for tourists. In the winter season there is
the Kwanzaa for African-American heritage and features
great food and speakers. The Martin Luther King, Jr.
Breakfast & Celebration is an annual breakfast
event. During this time there is also the Battle Of
Olustee Festival, which is The 1864 Battle of Ocean
During the Spring there is the World of Nations
Celebration with food, culture and traditions
of the different nationalities of the world. The Bahamas,
Barbados, France, Italy, Ivory Coast, and many others
are among the nationalities. You can also take in
the Augusta Savage Festival - Green Cove Springs is
a cultural celebration of Augusta Savage's sculptures
and it features arts, music, food and theatre. For
even more culture there is the World Beat Music Fest
and the Jacksonville Jazz Festival.
Summer in Jacksonville has the Fiesta
Playera dia de San Juan Bautista, which celebrates
the culture of Puerto Rico. The James Weldon Johnson
Festival and the Juneteenth Celebration are times
for food, music and dancing.
All during the year there are so many Cultural
Exhibits for you to enjoy in Jacksonville.
There are theatres, museums, art galleries, wonderful
shopping, fantastic nightlife and whatever it is you
like to do there is a place in Jacksonville for you.
There are fabulous restaurants and eateries also.
Whenever you are planning your visit the area you
can be assured that you will be pleased with all there
is to see and do. You will see why Jacksonville is
a place that many live in and many more come to visit.