Downtown Daytona Beach’s Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach boasts more than 60 shops, restaurants, attractions and services, plus our exceptional Farmers’ Market—all in a splendid waterfront setting. Head to the historic Beach Street retail area located between Bay Street and Orange Avenue to spend a delightful day enjoying new flavors, treasures, experiences and events. We have been surprising visitors and locals alike since 1870.
April 21st- 29th, 2017
- Take part in the area’s largest ever scavenger hunt featuring local businesses along US-1 from seven of the eight cities along US-1 (Ormond Beach to Edgewater).
- There are vast treasures on US1 and it’s up to you discover each city’s gems
For more information visit US1 Means Business
8th Annual Halifax Oyster Festival
Saturday, April 29th, 2017, 11AM-7PM
CITY ISLAND BEHIND DAYTONA BEACH LIBRARY
Truly a “party with a purpose,” the Halifax Oyster & Music Festival is a celebration of who we are as a community and what makes our piece of paradise so special!
Enjoy great music and great local restaurants and food trucks that will be providing lots of delicious food.
And of course, we will have lots and lots of oysters!
Bring the kids! The Marine Discovery Center’s Conservation Carnival for kids is back this year. The Conservation Carnival provides lots of fun and games that will also educate attendees about the importance of our waterways and environment and what they do to help restore healthy oyster beds to Volusia County’s Intracoastal Waterway.
Mark your calendar and plan to join us on Saturday, April 29 on City Island behind the library in downtown Daytona Beach!
Admission to the Festival is $7/person.
Children 10 and under get in FREE!
Who’s ready for a shuckin good time?
Join us for delicious oysters, live music, and a good time all for a great cause! This festival helps raise awareness and restore the local oyster population and the importance they play in the ecosystem.
Beginning Monday June 6th, the Orange Avenue bridge, will be closed for a 32-month project to replace the existing drawbridge. The closure will enable Volusia County to begin construction of the new Tom Staed Veterans Memorial Bridge. The new high-level, multi-arch concrete bridge will replace the existing drawbridge, which is more than 60 years old.
Motorists headed to and from the beachside should use the International Speedway Boulevard (U.S. 92) Bridge. A well-signed detour will remain in place until the new bridge opens. The Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce/Convention & Visitors Bureau building, Daytona Beach Downtown Farmers’ Market, Jackie Robinson Stadium, Volusia County Courthouse Annex, Daytona Beach Regional Library, and City Island (Daytona Beach) will remain open and accessible throughout the project..
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