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Mississippi Weekend, What to do Around the State

Mighty Mississippi Festival, Zonta Arts and Crafts Festival, Mississippi Blues Fest, Cruisin’ the Coast



Mighty Mississippi Festival


October 3-5

The Mighty Mississippi Festival begins Friday at Warfield Park in Greenville. It’s the “next generation” of the Highway 61 Blues Festival that used to be held in Leland. Dr. John and Gov’t Mule are the headliners there year. There will be two stages of music and you can camp out. There will also be movies, a relay run, and kids’ activities.

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Zonta Arts and Crafts Festival


October 4

Saturday is the 37th annual Zonta Arts and Crafts Festival in downtown Pascagoula. The fest features arts and craft vendors (obviously), food vendors, live music, and activities for the kids. This is a major fundraiser for the Zonta Club which seeks to advance the status of women. The club also provides scholars ships and education opportunities for women and girls.

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 Mississippi Blues Fest

October 4


The Mississippi Blues fest takes place this Saturday at the Greenwood Leflore Civic Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:00 p.m. Artists include Bigg Robb, Terry Wright, Sheba Potts, Omar Cunningham, and Jeff Floyd.

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Cruisin’ the Coast

October 5-12


Crusin’ the Coast, the celebration of antique, classic, and hot rod vehicles beings this Sunday. Car enthusiasts from 31 states plus Canada and Sweden drive to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to showcase their rides and cruise Highway 90, making stops in Bay St. Louis, Biloxi, D’Iberville, Gulfport, and Ocean Springs. Each venue is set up as a mini festival with live bands, vendors, food, and merchandise.

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