Red, White & Blues Farm presents the First Annual Peach Festival this Memorial Day weekend

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Posted May 23, 2022 | By Ocala Gazette Staff

The Red, White & Blues Farm will be presenting its First Annual Peach Festival this coming Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, at 3250 N.E. 140th Ave. in Williston.

The festival will feature live music performed by the Doc Adams Band, Big Jim Adam, Jeff Jarrett, Tru Blue Duo and Lionel Jr. There will be peaches to pick, many peach-themed activities and treats, as well as arts and crafts, numerous vendors, a corn hole tournament, a peach cobbler-eating contest, plus other farm-related activities for the whole family to enjoy.

“This is a special time when farmers gather the community together to celebrate the newest Peach crop,” said a May 12 press release. “Red, White & Blues Farm is excited to celebrate their plentiful peach season. Bring the family and enjoy a great weekend of fun!”

Lunch and fresh baked goods will be available for purchase at the farm’s café: peach milkshakes, peach cobbler and more will be on the menu.

Active duty members of the armed forces, veterans and first responders (police, firefighters and paramedics) are allowed one free ticket to the Peach Festival. Member must present ID or badge upon entry.

Admission to the Peach Festival is $5 per person, 2 years old or older, in advance, if bought online at Guests are also able to purchase tickets at the door for $7 per person, 2 years old or older. Parking is free.

For more information, please visit or call Stephanie Carten at (352) 705-6175.