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Swamp Stomp 2020

When:
July 11, 2020 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
2020-07-11T16:00:00-04:00
2020-07-11T21:00:00-04:00
FREE for Museum Members!
 
The Tallahassee Museum’s Swamp Stomp 2020 is a music lover’s dream produced by Tallahassee local, Del Suggs!
 
What a great time to get outdoors, get some fresh air, and relax with live music performances by talented singer/songwriters, featuring folk, blues, contemporary acoustic, ballads, highlands, saltwater music, and much more!
 
As always, the Museum’s Trail Break Cafe will be serving up tasty treats and a cash bar will be available for guests 21+.
A limited number of presale tickets are available for Swamp Stomp 2020, please order in advance. 
This live music event is full of acoustic performances by talented singers /songwriters. A staple of the Big Bend’s cultural calendar, the outdoor event features folk, blues, contemporary acoustic, ballads, highlands, saltwater music, and much more! The musicians include accomplished performers and rising talents.
Social distancing regulations put in place in order to help ensure the safety of our visitors and staff.
PLEASE CLICK HERE to purchase tickets. 
 

***Tallahassee Museum will operate following Governor DeSantis’s Executive order #2020-123, asking guests to social distance and follow directions provided by its staff to help ensure the safety of its clients and staff.

All public contemporary and historic buildings except for our public bathrooms, Visitor Center, and Trail Break Café will remain closed. The Visitor Center and Museum Store will only be open to exiting, masked visitors and will maintain appropriate visitor capacity levels. The Trail Break Café will follow the Governor’s guidelines for restaurants and all visitors entering buildings required to wear masks. The Museum’s play area will also remain closed. Groups of ten or less are welcome.

In addition to following CDC guidelines, signage throughout the Museum grounds will remind visitors of social distancing, recommend masks, provide directional assistance and queue lines, and encourage visitors not to touch exhibit windows, labels, or interactive devices. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the Museum’s grounds, and our restrooms and touch surfaces will receive regular and frequent sanitation throughout the day.

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Here are some ways Swamp Stomp will look a little different this year with extra measures put in place to provide a safe environment.

Seating areas, including picnic tables, will be marked and arranged to provide six feet between guests.

A minimum six-foot barrier is put in place, separating guests away from the stage and performers.

Ushers (beginning at 3:30 pm through 8:30 pm or until needed) will escort Swamp Stomp guests to designated seats or areas to set up their chairs or blankets, ensuring that social distancing is maintained.

Swamp Stomp guests will wait at the entrance to the stage area near the Phipps Building to then ushered to their seats. Ushers will determine where to seat guests based upon their group size and whether they have blankets or lawn chairs.

Couples, families, small groups (ten or less) arriving together can be seated together without social distancing requirements between them.

We highly encourage guests to buy their tickets online (limited to 400) and in advance. The number of tickets is limited and will not exceed 25% of capacity.

In the event we run out of seats during Swamp Stomp, we will cease to sell tickets at the door until seats become available.. Priority will be given to advance ticket purchasers if space is reached.

Performers provide their own equipment and have ample time between sets to allow for set up and sanitation.

All public contemporary and historic buildings except for our public bathrooms and Trail Break Café will remain closed. The Museum Store will only be open to exiting, masked visitors and will maintain appropriate visitor capacity levels.

The Trail Break Café will follow the Governor’s guidelines for restaurants and all visitors entering buildings are required to wear masks. Groups of ten or less are welcome.

In addition to following CDC guidelines, signage throughout the Museum grounds will remind visitors of social distancing, recommend masks, provide directional assistance and queue lines, and encourage visitors not to touch exhibit windows, labels, or interactive devices. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the Museum’s grounds, and our restrooms and touch surfaces will receive regular and frequent sanitation throughout the day.

 
Thank you so much to our sponsors!
                     

Tallahassee Museum

Tallahassee Museum 3945 Museum Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32310
Phone: (850) 575-8684 Info line: (850) 576-1636

MUSEUM HOURS

9 am – 5 pm: Monday-Saturday
11 am – 5 pm: Sunday

Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve & Day and New Year’s Day