Fall is here and the weather has definitely turned cooler, but that doesn’t mean things wind down on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Fall is a great time for enjoying so many great outdoor family events on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and now is the time to plan your getaway.
Gulf Coast festivals are big and fun and this weekend (November 3 & 4) the Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts Festival in Ocean Springs, Mississippi is the place to be. More than 400 vendors will be on hand to display their arts and crafts, culinary skills, and musical offerings.
Did you know that Long Beach, Mississippi used to be the Radish Capital of the World? It’s true, and on November 3 the city of Long Beach will kick off the Real Food Radish Festival. If you’re a foodie or just happen to love gardening, this sounds like a great event with cooking demonstrations, local foods, book signings, gardening booths, music, and more.
The Sun and Sand Music Festival runs from November 7-11 on the Gulf Coast and promises to be a fantastic event for music and entertainment lovers. Mississippi is starting to become a prime filming spot for filmmakers and this festival will feature music, major motion picture and independent film screenings, and a closer look at the behind-the-scenes technology used in filmmaking. The musical lineup for this event looks great and includes Greg Allman, Kevin Costner & Modern West, and Soul Asylum just to name a few.
With events like these, it just proves that summertime is not the only time to enjoy the great miles of beaches and events on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. If you’re in need of a “fall break”, this is the perfect getaway destination.
This is a sponsored post for MS Gulf Coast. All opinions are my own.