NOVEMBER 22-24, 2019
FREE ADMISSION

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22

Stephanie D’Angelo Trio
6:30pm

East Harbor
8:30pm

One-Price Ride Bands

6-11pm

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23

Victoria Leigh & Jeff Fereshetian
11:30am

The Little Things
5:30pm

One-Price Ride Bands

12-6pm

Southern Discomfort
3pm

True Rumours
9pm

Johnny Debt Prestage
1:30pm

The String Assassins
7pm

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24

Boundless Dance Company
12pm

One-Price Ride Bands

12-6pm

Ed Gomez
1pm

The Fascinating Type
3:30pm

NOVEMBER 22-24, 2019

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Admission to the Pineapple Festival is FREE!

Pineapple Field Concerts
Venue All concerts will be held in Pineapple Field on the Kai Kai Farm Stage. Pineapple Field is a new concert venue located in Downtown Jensen Beach next to Tako Tiki. Festivalgoers are welcome to bring their own seating.

Festival Parking
Parking near the festival is limited. There are several parking lots within walking distance. Many local residents and businesses offer parking on their property for a small fee. A large public parking lot is located immediately north of the festival site on Indian River Drive and Pineapple Avenue.

Midway Ride
Wristband Specials All Weekend Festivalgoers will be able purchase one-price wristbands for unlimited midway rides each day. The one-price wristband special price is $20 and available, Friday (6-10pm); Saturday (12pm-6pm); and Sunday (12pm-6pm). Please be advised that all rides have height restrictions.

Pre-Holiday Season Arts & Crafts Show
The stage will be set for opportunities to buy from a collection of creative minds who will showcase their fine art and handcrafted wares. Growing in popularity, the pre-holiday season art and craft show will be held on Saturday from 10am to 9pm and Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Downtown art galleries and gift shops will display pineapple inspired works by artists and artisans.

Pineapples & Food
Complimenting the festival’s pineapple theme, downtown restaurants will offer pineapple inspired food and drinks. The midway will offer longtime carnival food favorites.

Bahamian Market & Junkanoo
Our loyal sister city friends from Eleuthera, Bahamas will be back to showcase their colorful Junkanoo parade, Bahamian Market, and Pineapple Eating Contest. They are also coming to share the good news that the hotels on the Island of Eleuthera and Harbour Island were unscathed by Hurricane Dorian. The restaurants, resorts, and marinas are open, and the white and pink sand beaches are still pristine. Eleuthera and Harbour Island are two of the Bahamas’ 700 islands and cays that are receiving visitors and open for tourism. The heart-pounding sounds of Junkanoo will be heard throughout the festival, Friday (8pm); Saturday (8:30pm); and Sunday (4pm).

Directions To Festival
The Pineapple Festival is held in the streets of downtown Jensen Beach. The gated festival site includes Ricou Terrace and Jensen Beach Boulevard. From US Highway 1, go to Jensen Beach Boulevard, turn east and go 3 miles. From the turnpike, take exit 142 and turn right onto Port St. Lucie Blvd. and go to US Highway 1, turn right and go to Jensen Beach Blvd., turn left and go 3 miles. From I-95, take exit 101 and go east toward Stuart and turn left at US Highway 1 and go to Jensen Beach Boulevard, turn right and go 3 miles.