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Everglades City Seafood Festival 2013

See larger Jerrod Niemann's horn section entertains. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Jerrod Niemann's horn section entertains. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Chaz Byrd, center, of New York City, looks over his spread of seafood options that he and his team are serving up at the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
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Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
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Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
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Dawn Jamison, center, rides alongside her children Ryder Wilson, left, 2, and Casi Wilson, 11, on the carousel as the sun sets at the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
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Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
  • Scott McIntyre/Staff
Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
  • Scott McIntyre/Staff
Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
  • Scott McIntyre/Staff
Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
  • Scott McIntyre/Staff
Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.
  • 'Wild Bill' Edixon shows his enthusiasm. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Traffic backs up leaving town Sunday afternoon. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Javier Aguirre cooks up chicken gyros. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Locals Esperanza and Diana Valdez show off their stone crabs. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Cindy Cross of Stuart cooks up crab. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Loreana Blankenship of Miami  ponders her food choices. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Nathan Merrick and Victoria Lopez share a plate. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Julie Zambora, Brittany Jade, and Shelton Decker of Naples enjoy the liquid refreshment. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Robbie Daffin is an E-City native. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Headliner Jerrod Niemann rocks the stage. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Page Steiner stays on the mechanical bull for a long time, but not forever. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jasmine Malone cooks up Maryland crabcakes with style. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Rider Marlene says her horse is named Anastasia. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jimmy van Zandt sings during his set Sunday afternoon. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jerrod Niemann's horn section entertains. The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival turned with 40 this year, with tens of thousands packing the tiny town of Everglades City for music, food, rides, games and fun all weekend. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

Scenes from the 40th annual Everglades Seafood Festival in Downtown Everglades City on Friday Feb. 08, 2013. The festival is set to run all weekend with music, seafood, and plenty of activities.

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