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Food & Music Festival

The Hernando De Soto Historical Society has hosted a large fundraiser for over 30 years and in past has been named largest regional festival. The Hernando De Soto Historical Society introduces the De Soto Food & Music Festival being hosted at Nathan Benderson Park. This is a 3-day event comprised of Delicious Food, Great Music, Beautiful Arts & Crafts and Family Fun!

When

  • Friday, February 28th, 2020
    5pm until 10pm
  • Saturday, February 29th, 2020
    11am until 10pm
  • Sunday, March 1st, 2020
    12pm until 6pm

Where

Nathan Benderson Park
5851 Nathan Benderson Circle
Sarasota, FL 34235

Entertainment

In addition to great food and music, the De Soto Food & Music Festival also offers many local artisans, commercial vendors, a Kid’s Zone and more!

Details

  • No Pets
  • No Coolers
  • No Outside Food or Drinks

Cost

$10 admission each day

Contact

For questions please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 941-747-1998

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The Hernando De Soto Historical Society produces the De Soto Food & Music Festival along with many other community events! The Hernando De Soto Historical Society is a not-for-profit community organization of 175 volunteer members who celebrate the historical significance of the 1539 landing of Spanish Explorer Hernando de Soto on the Manatee River. While Keeping de Soto’s legacy alive, the Hernando De Soto Historical Society produces Manatee County’s largest entertainment events each year, culminating with the De Soto Heritage Festival, now over 80 years old!
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Proceeds generated from the De Soto Food & Music Festival benefit the Conquistador Historical Foundation. As the charitable arm of the Hernando De Soto Historical Society, the Conquistador Historical Foundation distributes funding to other community charities, provides education programs including a student exchange program with Barcarrota, Spain (Bradenton’s Sister City and the birthplace of Hernando de Soto), and funds collegiate scholarships.
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Fostering and facilitating an appreciation of Manatee County’s Spanish - American heritage and cultural alliances through special events, community collaborations and charitable giving Since 1939

6404 Manatee Ave. W. Suite G. 
Bradenton, FL 34209
(941) 747-1998
info@desotoHQ.com
Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 5:00 
Sat - Sun: Closed

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