March 23 -
Biscuits & Jam - hosted by Southern Living (6 - 8pm)
Visit Panama City Beach has partnered with Southern Living magazine to add extra prestige to the festival, with Southern Living hosting an exclusive event on Friday to kickoff the weekend event. Southern Living’s Biscuits & Jam is a one-of-a-kind jam session - an authentic Southern experience that combines two of our favorite things: savory food and the South’s latest up-and-coming country music artists. We invite you to join us at the Biscuits & Jam in Panama City Beach to enjoy cuisine curated by Southern chef and cookbook author Matt Moore and an intimate music performance by Nashville-based recording artist Cale Tyson. Only 200 tickets will be sold to Biscuits & Jam at Aaron Bessant Park.These limited tickets are $200 and include admission to all the weekend’s events.
Meet the Chef
During The UNwineD Grand Tasting, acclaimed chef and cookbook author Matt Moore will bring the Southern Living Test Kitchens to life with fun, flavor, and lots of Southern hospitality.
Cooking demos will take place on Saturday, March 24 at 1:30pm & 3:00pm.
In addition to Southern Living, Moore’s work has also been featured by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, People, TODAY, VH1, FOX, and countless others.
March 24 -
Grand Afternoon Tasting & Cocktail Competition (1 - 4:30pm)
Invited purveyors of fine wine, craft beer and craft spirits will provide samples for tasting, accompanying selections of local seafood and culinary favorites provided by local chefs and restaurants.
Tempearly's British Eatery
Gulf Coast Burger Co.
Paparazzi Gourmet Foods
Sisters of the Sea
These tickets cost $75 and include admission to all of Saturday's events.
Live musical performances (5 - 7:30pm)
Following the Grand Tasting, enjoy a live concert with opening band Los Colognes followed by a feature performance by St. Paul & the Broken Bones.
St. Paul & the Broken Bones
Sea of Noise, the second full-length album by St. Paul and the Broken Bones, marks a quantum leap in sound and style for the high-voltage Birmingham, Alabama-based band.
Produced by Paul Butler and recorded at Nashville’s Sound Emporium, the group’s sophomore effort features an expanded eight-piece lineup of the widely praised soul-based rock unit. Longtime members Paul Janeway (lead vocals), Jesse Phillips (bass, guitar), Browan Lollar (guitars), Andrew Lee (drums), Al Gamble (keyboards), and Allen Branstetter (trumpet) are joined by Jason Mingledorff (saxophone, clarinet, flute), and Chad Fisher (trombone).
One of the highest and rarest aspirations in popular music is to reach for the transcendental, to access the spirit. On the third album “The Wave” by Nashville based Los Colognes, they succeed just this- in breaking through the conﬁnes of everyday pop song lyricism to tell a sort of holistic story. It’s not a concept piece, but it’s a brooding and still joyful song cycle ﬁlled with philosophical rumination, effortless hooks, inspiring musicianship, and expansive arrangements. It’s an album perfectly suited of the current zeitgeist of unease and hope.These tickets cost $20 and include concert only admission.