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Free Annual Events:

Mardi Gras Music Fest Spring Jazz & Art Fest
Folk Festival
Rock N' Roll  Concert
& Car Show
Latin Jazz & Art
Sculpture Walk
Craft Beer & Blues
Santa Comes to Town
Tree Lighting Ceremony

City Sponsored Events:
Battle of the Bands 5k 
Get Outdoors!  

Non-City events:
Spring Egg Hunt
Howl-O-Ween Dogs
Family Fall Festival
Food & Wine Fest      
On-going events:

Art & Music in the Park and The Food Truck Bazaar. (2nd Fridays)
Art Exhibits

Check the 
calendar to find out what is coming up next!!  

City events are a great way to reach large numbers of people.  If you or your business are interested in participating as a vendor or sponsor of one of the many events that Casselberry Recreation Division holds, please contact (407) 262-7700 x1507.

Casselberry Events at Lake Concord Park

            Events at Lake Concord Park


This beautiful lakefront park, with its 150-year old oak trees, shaded open lawn area, amphitheater, playground, and sculpture garden, is a great event venue for all ages. Throughout the year, Lake Concord Park hosts many exciting events, many of them FREE to the community!

Across the street from City Hall, Lake Concord has expanded to include more beautifully landscaped walkways, 2 lit fountains, benches, bike racks, an open lawn area for pop-up events, small amphitheater area, kids' playground (coming in March 2018) and 8 pedestals for new sculptures.  Bring a friend and come  enjoy a quiet morning stroll or a spectacular afternoon sunset at the park.
General parking for events is available on the west side of City Hall located of Municipal Way, Fifth Third Bank, and Home Depot. Disabled parking is available at the front of Casselberry Police Department. Parking is limited so come early or carpool with your friends or neighbors.

For more information about special events, call 407-262-7700 ext. 1507.

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Previous Events
View the slideshows on these previous events.

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