By: Megan Myers
Panama City BEACH, Fla. - Saturday marked the third year for the Bluegrass at the Beach Concert in Panama City Beach. Festivities kicked off Friday and included several live performances, square dancing, and food vendors. Bluegrass headliners included Twin Kennedy, Trinity River Band, Kristi Stanley and Running Blind. The event not only provides a fun time for attendees but also supports a good cause.
"All of the proceeds benefit the boys and girls club, we serve over 3,000 kids a year at our clubs and everything goes into our programs. the programs that we do at the club are academic assistance, healthy lifestyle programs, and character and civic engagement," said Hank Hill, Boys and Girls Club CEO.
Tickets were $20 per day and kids under 12 received free admission. The event wrapped up around 9 p.m.