Vero Beach Bacon Fest in Florida Coming March 25th

Vero Beach Bacon Fest will offer a contest, live music, activities for the kids, and a lot more.
Vero Beach Bacon Fest will offer a contest, live music, activities for the kids, and a lot more in Florida.

VERO BEACH – The Vero Beach Bacon Fest is coming on March 25th from 1-9 p.m. for live music and an eating contest.

The Bacon Fest will take place on 14th Avenue in downtown Vero Beach. A $5 Wristband admission, with kids under 3 admitted for free.

The Wristband gets you in and access to 4 live bands and all the activities. Some of the activities include a Bacon Eating Contest an advanced virtual reality experience, a kids corner with face painting, magic shows, bounce house, and more.

The contest was made for people who love bacon. They have to finish 1 and 1/2 pounds of cooked bacon faster than an

The Bacon Festival in Vero Beach is a family-oriented event that celebrates America’s love of Bacon. The event is growing each year.

There will be small food portions to purchase to sample your way through Vero Beach’s finest restaurants. Some of the bacon treats include bacon mac and cheese, bacon pork belly tacos, cupcakes and candied maple bacon cheesecake.

Here’s a list of vendors participating in the Vero Beach festival:

  • Baci Trattoria
  • Bistro Fourchette
  • Blue Agave
  • Classy Cupcakes
  • Hot Dog’n
  • Little Weeps Jerky
  • Okeechobee Farms
  • Osceola Bistro
  • The Patio
  • Southern Social
  • Uncle Louie G
  • The Wave Kitchen & Bar at Costa d’Este Beach Resort & Spa

HALO No Kill Rescue will be on-site, with 100% of beer & wine sales benefiting local homeless pets at Halo as they continue their mission to see no more homeless pets in Indian River County.

You can buy tickets at the event in Vero beach. Or, you can buy tickets online by visiting the Bacon Festival website.

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