Over on the boardwalk, enjoy the Daytona Beach Bandshell Concerts, running May through September every Friday and Saturday night (and stick around for the fireworks afterwards). Here you can find Jimmy Buffet, Beatles and Eagles tribute bands, just to name a few! Find the schedule here.
Looking for a unique breakfast experience, wildlife, boating and history? Not too far from Daytona Beach Shores is De Leon Springs State Park, the area where legend says that Ponce de Leon discovered the Fountain of Youth. Start your visit with breakfast at the Old Spanish Sugar Mill Grill and Griddle House. Every table is equipped with a griddle; order a pitcher of homemade batter and cook your own pancakes. You can also rent a paddle boat, canoe, kayak or tube, and float through over 1,000 acres of lakes, streams and canals. There are also historical and ecological tours. It’s easy to plan an entire day around this beautiful and fascinating area.
On the 3rd Saturday of every month, come rain or shine, you can find the Cruisin’ Downtown DeLand Classic Car Show, less than 30 minutes west of Daytona Beach. This Main Street community strives to protect the area’s heritage while maintaining a lively center of shops, restaurants, cafes and galleries. During the monthly car show, various special events, music and family fun add to the display of classic cars. For all of the latest events and more information, visit their website here.
It’s almost here: Bike Week in Daytona! Between March 9th and 18th, there are lots of events happening around town, celebrating the 77th year of Bike Week. Here are a few resources if you’ll be visiting during this time: