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Fiesta of Five Flags

40th Annual Pensacola Seafood



Friday, Sept. 29th at 5:30p.m.



Troy Cartwright, a Dallas native, will kick off our Friday night in Bartram Park. Cartwright began his musical journey in 2015, releasing his debut album and cracking the top 25 on the Texas Music Chart. His new release, “Don’t Fade,” showcases Cartwright’s growth as a writer and performer. The Dallas Observer called his record “one of the very best of 2015.”

Friday, Sept. 29th at 9:30p.m.



Headlining Friday night is Brooke Eden. Her stand-out track, “Act Like You Don’t,” was heralded as “powerful” by The Huffington Post, and received over five million streams on Spotify. Eden has been named one of Vogue’s “10 Country ‘It’ Girls,” one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, PEOPLE’s “Seven Country Acts You Should Check Out,” and more!

Saturday, Sept. 30th at 7:30p.m.



Jordan Davis, a Louisiana native, was surrounded by music at a very young age, singing in the church choir and learning to play the guitar at age 12. After graduating from Louisiana State University and deciding music was his passion, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 2012. His music combines traditional country with a mixture of other genres. He has toured with a variety of artists, including: Chase Rice, The Cadillac Three, Randy Rogers Band, David Nail and more.

Saturday, Sept. 30th at 9:00p.m.



Headlining Saturday evening is The London Souls, who have been known as New York City concertgoers “best-kept-secret” since 2008. With Tash on the guitar and Chris on the drums, their sound mixes funk, soul and contemporary psychedelia, drawing influence from bands such as Cream, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Hollies and My Morning Jacket.

Sunday, Oct. 1st at 3:30p.m.



Closing out Sunday is Alabama-native and country force, Leah Seawright. While working on her debut country album, Country Girl 101, Seawright met Country Music Hall of Fame drummer, Mark Herndon, who came out of retirement to become her drummer. Having shared the stage with artists such as Luke Bryan, Darius Rucker and Charlie Daniels, Seawright recently released a third single from the EP, Dixie Daughter, full of Alabama soul that’s tender and tough.


Full Entertainment Schedule

Bartram Park – Downtown Pensacola:


  • Friday, September 29th
    5:30p.m. – Troy Cartwright
    7:30p.m. – Trea Landon
    9:30p.m. – Brooke Eden


  • Saturday, September 30th
    5:00p.m. – Blues Old Stand
    7:30p.m. – Jordan Davis
    9:00p.m. – The London Souls


  • Sunday, October 1st
    1:30p.m. – Live Entertainment
    3:30p.m. – Leah Seawright


The Pensacola Seafood Festival begins Friday, Sept. 29th, at 11 a.m. in downtown Pensacola’s Seville Square, Fountain Park and Bartram Park.   For more information on our entertainment lineup, vendors, live cooking demonstrations and children’s activities at this year’s event, please visit or call the Fiesta office, 850-433-6512.