CHILDREN’S TREASURE HUNT
Children’s Treasure Hunt, presented by Zaxby’s
Saturday, April 25th in East Hill’s Bayview Park
The Treasure Hunt begins at 2PM for children ages three to ten years old. All registered children will be entered into grand prize drawings, based upon age: 0-2 years old, 3-4 years old, 5-7 years old, and 8-10 years old, with multiple prizes per group. Prizes include: bicycles, tricycles, summer camp sessions, water activities, art easels, Sky Zone tickets, and so much more!
FREE! FREE! FREE!
This FREE event will include fun for the whole family! FREE registration and FREE lunch are from 11:30AM-2PM.
The day will include: various field day games for children and families, music and face painting!
There will be special appearances by the 2020 Fiesta Children’s Court, along with some of our favorite local friends, Lil Zak of Zaxby’s, Kazoo of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos and Don Tristan DeLuna the 70th!
All families in attendance will receive FREE lunch of Zaxby’s chicken, hot dogs, chips, snow cones,
Pepsi products and water.
Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon Fiesta Days Celebration
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at Historic Seville Quarter
SURRENDER THE CITY:
Join us this year at Historic Seville Quarter as it comes alive with entertainment, decorations and delicious food in five rooms, each saluting our history under the flags of the five governments that have flown over our city.
Be sure to join the Surrender of the City in Phineas Phoggs at 7:15 p.m. as local dignitaries such as the Mayor, Fire Chief, Supervisor of Elections, Escambia County Sheriff and Pensacola Naval Air Station Commanding Officer surrender the City of Pensacola and its citizens to DeLuna and his Queen for the Fiesta Season.
Tickets are $40 per person ($42 if paying with card)
Includes food, two drink tickets, live entertainment and commemorative Fiesta medallion. Tickets sold in advances through the Fiesta office
GRAND FIESTA PARADE
Grand Fiesta Parade,
sponsored by Beach Community Bank
Friday, May 29, 2020 in Downtown Pensacola
Come catch some beads, hear the sounds of local high school marching bands, and enjoy watching beautiful floats parade through downtown beginning at 7:00 p.m. Bring the entire family to one of Pensacola’s favorite Fiesta events. In addition to the dozens of local krewes parading, special appearances will be made by a masked DeLuna LXXI, his queen and their court.
Parade parking is available throughout the downtown area on a first-come first serve basis. All downtown lots are owned by private businesses and will likely charge a parking fee. These fees are not associated with or controlled by the Grand Fiesta Parade or Fiesta Pensacola.
Handicap parking will be available in the Smart Bank parking lot at the corner of Gregory and Palafox Streets after 5:00 pm on Friday. There will be a sign at the parking lot entrance indicating “Handicap Parking.”
INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING?
Parade applications will be released in March/April. Please check back with us!
FIESTA BOAT PARADE & DELUNA LANDING CEREMONY
Under orders from King Phillip II of Spain over 450 years ago, conquistador Don Tristan DeLuna sailed into the beautiful waters surrounding what is now Pensacola, Florida. He claimed the land he found in the name of Spain, and Pensacola became the first European settlement in the United States. The DeLuna Landing Ceremony is a lighthearted reenactment of what might have happened when Don Tristan DeLuna landed in 1559.
Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 3:00PM
Quietwater Beach Amphitheater on Pensacola Beach
(400 Quietwater Beach Road – under the Shell)
Stay tuned for more information regarding next year's DeLuna Landing Ceremony!