FRIDAY 7:30 pm
SATURDAY 7 pm
SUNDAY 4 pm
Pensacola Bay Center
201 East Gregory Street
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Take a tour in Downtown Pensacola, on the Beach, a
Pub Tour or a GHOSTS, MURDERS & MAYHEM Tour.
The Ghost Tours are done ALL YEAR. Why?...
GHOSTS DON'T JUST WAIT 'TIL HALLOWEEN !!!
Check out the website for ALL the info.
Parade Route- Beginning at Garden and Spring Street, Garden St. to Palafox
Street to Wright St. (making a U-turn), Palafox St. all the way to Main Street.
SUNDAY High 54° Low 44°
A few clouds, a little breezy, but sunny.
Wind ENE 10 - 15 mph, gusts 20 mph
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SATURDAY, February 2 7:30 pm
118 South Palafox Place
Admission: Tickets start at $23
Ticket Box 22 East Intendencia Street
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Even if you think you know the story, you haven’t heard Romeo & Juliet like this. Pensacola Opera’s
rendition perfectly blends grand opera and the two ill-fated lovers in a spectacle that will captivate
audiences from start to finish without ever having to turn a page. Witness their historic take on the
story, enhancing the true stars of this opera: Charles Gounod’s beautiful, sweeping melodies and
the talented voices of the production’s soloists. And don’t worry – they won’t be issuing any pop
quizzes after the performance!
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FRIDAY 7:30 pm
SUNDAY 2 pm
PENSACOLA OPERA PRESENTS
ROMEO and JULIET
Main Entrance 118 South Palafox Place
DON TRISTAN de LUNA
The 2019 Mall Ball will feature live entertainment from three stages and a three piece jazz band
in the New Orleans’ inspired French Market. Sample your way through Cordova Mall, and enjoy
tapas-sized portions from more than 25 local restaurants. Revel in the New Orleans atmosphere
in the French Market to get your face painted, have your fortune told, purchase this year’s commemorative merchandise, and enjoy
a hurricane, New Orleans’ most popular drink. Then go visit our lively silent auction for vacation packages, jewelry, art and much more! The
event is coordinated by the Krewe of Les Petits Enfants (Order of the Small Children). For ticket and price information, visit
cordovamallball.com. You must be 21 or older to attend, and IDs will be checked at the door. Dress is masquerade or black-tie optional.
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THIS IS ONE OF THE PREMIER 15K RACES IN THE COUNTRY. The 15K carries
runners over two bridges, across Pensacola Bay and Santa Rosa Sound. It will run from
downtown Pensacola with a tour that includes the historic district, and picturesque Bayfront Parkway, a run through Gulf Breeze, and onto Pensacola Beach. IT'S ALSO A 5K. The 5K INVITES BOTH RUNNERS AND WALKERS to travel from Gulf Breeze to beautiful Pensacola
Beach on Santa Rosa Island and the Gulf Islands Seashore.
PENSACOLA vs PEORIA
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"The City of Five Flags"
Here's why. Five governments have flown flags here during our history: Spain, France, Great Britain, the Confederate States of America, and our National Flag.
Other commonly known nicknames are:
"The World's Whitest Beaches," "Cradle of Naval Aviation" (Home of the Legendary Blue Angels), "America's FIRST Settlement" (it really is),
"The Emerald Coast," "The Red Snapper Capital of the World," "The City of Champions" (many Olympic & sports stars are from Pensacola),
"The Western Gate to the Sunshine State," & "The UP Side of Florida."