Coastfest – Family Music and Art Festival for a Cause

Coastfest – A Family Music & Art Festival For A Cause

The Federal Government have recently released a plan to drill and explore for oil off the coast of Miami, Broward, and the FL Keys. We have less than 50 days now to submit public comments and stop this plan from getting approved!

Offshore drilling near our coast could be devastating and has the potential to ruin the entire state, especially those dependent on our oceans. Governor Rick Scott, Senators Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson, as well as the majority of the Florida House of Representatives, have all made statements, opposing offshore drilling in Florida, which you can see here.

We cannot let this proceed without making the public aware of what is happening.

Come out to Coastfest and not only get educated on the issue at hand, but also enjoy an afternoon of music, art, education, refreshments, and words from our incredible speakers.

This event is welcoming to all: It includes plenty of kids activities and interesting things for the whole family, as well as opportunities to make your voice heard and stop offshore drilling off our coast.

The festival will take place at the beautiful  Kimpton Surfcomber South Beach on Sunday, February 11th from 1pm – 5pm

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Entry to Coastfest is free, but you can register here to ensure quicker entrance, and parking will be available only 5 minutes away (walking) at Lincoln Rd Mall Parking Garages for $1/hr.



If you’re looking for more ideas for some family fun, check this post out too!

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During a month of backpacking solo through Thailand, Markyse was challenged to explore a new way of thinking and living without the help of travel agents, friends, or family. This stimulated her to want to share her experiences through blogging, and inspire urban millennials alike to lead a full life of good times, good vibes, and good food. As a mental health therapist and lifestyle influencer, Markyse is working to break the silence about minority mental health, and show that if she can do it, so can you. To say hello and follow more of Markyse's adventures and advice, you can read her work here on Hedonist/Shedonist and

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