The Jupiter Seafood Festival is going on in Carlin Park this weekend with lots of seafood from local restaurants, a seafood eating contest each day, nautical items for sale and a cornhole tournament with a $1,000 grand prize.
There will also be seven live bands performing, including Rolling Stones tribute "Let's Spend the Night Together."
Organizer Lainey Muenich says the team putting on the festival is really excited to have them.
"They do a great job and bring really high energy and all of those favorite songs you like. We're looking forward to having them Saturday night and I hear the buzz around them as well because who doesn't like the Rolling Stones?"
The band recently competed in the South Florida Fair's rock tribute contest.
Admission to the seafood festival is free for kids 12 and under, as is parking. The cost for adults is just $10 each.
Other local acts that will be performing include Krazy Train, the Nouveaux Honkies and Moska Project with a variety of music from rock to reggae to country.
The seafood eating contest from Guanabana's will have contestants, who can sign up for free on Saturday or Sunday, competing to see who can eat the most fried shrimp in a set amount of time.
Joel Malkin will be on stage all weekend, bringing on the bands.
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