Downtown Daytona Beach’s Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach boasts more than 60 shops, restaurants, attractions and services, plus our exceptional Farmers’ Market—all in a splendid waterfront setting. Head to the historic Beach Street retail area located between Bay Street and Orange Avenue to spend a delightful day enjoying new flavors, treasures, experiences and events. We have been surprising visitors and locals alike since 1870 and look forward to welcoming you this summer at the Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach!
Friday, October 24, Starts at 10AM
Start your weekend in Downtown with the Riverfront Fridays, featuring Cinematique Under the Stars. Have a blast with this rockin’ monthly event! Each Fourth Friday will feature a wide array of activities to enjoy. This month’s features the Dream Cruise.
Dream Cruise: Classic cars & trucks displayed in Riverfront Park.
Riverfront Friday Band – This month, enjoy music from David Capp and Belinda Flores.
Cinematique Movie Under the Stars (dusk) – This month’s movie is Bullitt staring Steve McQueen and Jacqueline Bisset.
Dine & Shop at the Riverfront Shops - Stroll the street and visit our local merchants and unique restaurants with happy hour and dinner specials. Visit the Riverfront Shops booth for more information.
Check the Riverfront Fridays page for the detail schedule on the day of the event.
2nd Annual Craft Beer & BBQ Festival
Saturday, October 25 in Riverfront Park, noon to 5 PM
Feature over 40 different beers from seven craft breweries and two local breweries, Tomoka Brewery and Daytona Beach Brewing Company.
Passports for beer sampling are $20/person for 15 4-ounce samples.
Advance passport tickets can be purchased online at http://craftbeerbbqfestival.eventbrite.com or at the event check in station.
Must be 21 to participate.
Several of the area’s finest BBQ vendors will be on site selling delicious sample sized portions of great BBQ items.
For more information, please call 386-238-4001.
The Daytona Beach Craft Beer & BBQ Festival is sponsored by the Daytona Auto Mall, Daytona Beach News-Journal, S. R. Perrott, Daytona Beach Downtown Development Authority and The City of Daytona Beach.
Proceeds from the Daytona Beach Craft Beer & BBQ Festival will go to help support Sophie’s Circle.
Saturday, November 1 & Sunday, November 2
Over 200 booths filled with artists and artisans lining both sides of Beach Street and stretching from Orange Avenue to Bay Street.
Little Van Gogh area for budding artists to express themselves.
Student Art Exhibit and Competition is comprised of students of all ages from the Volusia County.
The Halifax Art Festival is presented by the MOAS Guild and is sponsored by the Downtown Development Authority (DDA), TD Bank, the Daytona Beach News-Journal, Bright House Networks, The Cultural Council of Volusia County, Glenn Yarbrough, Sr., VP Wealth Management with Merrill Lynch, and Adam & Dana Kennedy.