Word of South - A Festival of Literature & Music
LocationCapital City Ampitheater
1001 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee Florida 32301
Due to inclement weather, Word of South will be moving to select indoor locations on Saturday, April 10. We anticipate being in the park as scheduled on Sunday, April 11 but please stay tuned to the website or app for updated information.
To follow COVID-19 protocols, capacity at these venues is limited, masks are required, and access is on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be asked to present your ticket upon entry.
If you have any additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
1105 E Lafayette Street Onsite Parking Available.
11:45 AM -Local Forecast
1:00 PM – The Currys
2:30 PM – King Solomon Hicks
3:45 PM – Dylan LeBlanc
5:00 PM – Allison Moorer
6:15 PM – Hayes Carll
7:30 PM – Aoife O’Donovan & Hawktail
YOUNG ACTORS THEATRE
609 Glenview Drive. Parking is on the street on Glenview and at the Traffic Court lot on Thomasville Road.
11:45 AM – YAT – Crossing Jordan
12:45 PM – The Eyrie Artists
2:00 PM – Allison Clarke
3:15 PM – Sunny War
4:30 PM – Her New Knife
5:00 PM – Night Diver
5:45 PM – A. Savage
ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
208 N Calhoun St (entrance to Lively Cafe). Parking is available on Calhoun Street and Call Street and in the lot behind the bookstore on Call Street.
12:30 PM – Florida Book Award Winners: Tanya Grae and Paul Wilborn
1:45 PM – Florida Book Award Winner: Rick Kilby with Jay Revell
3:00 PM – Barbara Hamby and Elizabeth Stuckey-French
4:15 PM – Yolanda Franklin
5:30 PM – Michael Farris Smith and Chuck Cannon
Word of [South], a festival of literature and music is a unique blend of writers and musicians and an exploration of the relationship between the two disciplines. The festival features authors who write about music, musicians who also are authors, authors and musicians appearing together, and everything in between.