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Gregory Street Assembly hosts Sunday Jazz Brunch

Summer Sundays Jazz Brunch kicks off at the Gregory Street Assembly Hall in Pensacola from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sally's Island Catering will provide great eats to accompany the music by New Orleans Dixieland Jazz. The cost is only $15. More...

Evenings in Old Seville Square July schedule

July 2 - The Reunion band will rock your socks off with an eclectic collection of hits. July 9 - Get ready for a night of big band favorites when Don Snowden's Big Band All Stars performs under the gazebo on July 9. More...

Legendary lineup slated for the Wharf

Montgomery Gentry, Bob Dylan to hit the stage

The month of July brings hot new acts, as well as several legends from the past, to the Amphitheater stage at The Wharf in Orange Beach, Ala. The excitement kicks off on Fourth of July weekend with country music superstars Montgomery Gentry. More...

Dining

Whet your appetitie at H2O

Amazing as it sounds, renown local Chef Dan Dunn is the force behind all the food served at the Hilton Pensacola Beach Gulf Front located in the heart of Pensacola Beach. And it is all truly a reflection of his marvelous skills! More...

Splash! RESTAURANT GUIDE

Hungry? Before heading out, check some of the locals' recommendations!

AMERICAN BullFeather's Quietwater Boardwalk Pensacola Beach (850) 934-7511 Sidelines 2 Via de Luna Pensacola Beach, FL (850) 934-3660 Great wings and burgers, plus really friendly wait staff; lots of TVs to watch sports. Full bar. More...

Nightlife

Fun when the sun goes down!

Bands on the Beach At the Gulfside Pavillion Pensacola Beach (850) 932-2257 visitpensacolabeach.com Free Summer Concert Series: Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m. July 7: The Kyle Parker Band. July 14: 13th Hourglass , classic rock. More...

Happenings

Red, White & Blues Week heats up Pensacola Beach

The 2009 Red, White & Blues Week turns up the summer heat with four days of high-flying chills, thrills, dives and stunts that push the boundaries of gravity from July 6- 12 on Pensacola Beach. More...

Two shows for the kids at Pensacola Little Theatre

Dozens of young performers are singing, dancing and acting this summer at Pensacola Little Theatre, and the shows they are rehearsing now will open in July. More...

Artists square off with dueling brushes

Quayside Art Gallery this month will present a new exhibit titled "Dueling Brushes." The show features two artist, Debbie Andress and Pat O'Neal, in a face-off show which will feature diametrically opposed styles and techniques. More...

Fish Stories

Gettin' Hooked

Red Snapper virtually jumping into the boat

Everyone who has been procrastinating about going off-shore fishing because Red Snapper season was not open, now is your chance. Red Snapper season opened June 1 and, boy, are they biting like wildfire! More...

Calendar

July Splash! Calendar

July 1-5 Friday Night Teen Dances held on the pier Come to the Pensacola Beach Pier from 8p-11p every Friday night this month for hottest dance party in Gulf Breeze. More...

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July an exciting month at National Museum of Naval Aviation

The National Museum of Naval Aviation has a fun-packed schedule of events for the month of July. More...

Pensacola Lighthouse offers full moon ghost tours beginning this month

The Pensacola Lighthouse Association will be holding full moon ghost tours once a month until the end of their tour season in October. The dates are as follows: July 7, Aug. 6, Sept. 4 and Oct. 4. More...

Fort Pickens area summer programs under way

After nearly five years of post-hurricane clean-up, the Fort Pickens Area of the Gulf Island National Seashore finally re-opened near the end of May. "Everybody's been really happy to be out here," Park Ranger David Ogden said. More...