This is the final week before faculty commences in Volusia County, so make the most of it! This 7 days there’s music, artwork, new music and art and, of study course, food items. The music transpires all over the county – in Ormond Seaside, Daytona Seashore and DeLand, so no issue wherever you stay, there is something in close proximity to you. And, as constantly, remain secure.

Eat NSB Walking Foods Tour

New Smyrna Seashore is acquiring a status as a foodie paradise, and small speculate. On Aug. 10, historic Canal Road is the place for the most current “restaurant discovery tour,” which suggests that, for the price tag of a ticket, you can quit at up to four restaurants for about 25 minutes each individual, and love a generous sample of their foods even though you chat with chefs and owners.

The tours start out at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10, at Victoria Assembly Centre at 406 Canal St. For information, phone 386-314-5637 or e mail [email protected]

Meet artist Charles Schaefer at a public reception on Aug. 12.

Charles Schaefer, August featured artist at Ocean Art Gallery

A plein air artist, Charles Schaefer is recognized for “capturing Florida landscapes to perfection.” Alongside with the show of his is effective, he will meet the general public and focus on his paintings at a reception from 5:30-8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 12, at the gallery.

The no cost reception will contain songs and mild refreshments and will take place at Ocean Art Gallery, 197 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond Seashore. For information, simply call 386-317-9400 or check out oagart.com.

Parmalee will take the stage at Destination Daytona on Aug. 13.

Parmalee as well as specific guest Southerland

Bruce Rossmeyer’s Location Daytona will host Parmalee, a new and thriving nation tunes act, on Friday, Aug. 13. The band of two brothers, a cousin and a lifelong finest buddy has attained a few consecutive Top 10 singles and has launched 4 albums.

Southerland is a duo from South Carolina and Georgia who “create music that usually takes the storytelling of classic region new music and gives it a relatable, modern day place truly feel,” according to their press facts.

The bands will consider the stage in the Location Daytona Pavilion from 7-11:30 p.m. Aug. 13. Vacation spot Daytona is at 1637 N. U.S. 1, Ormond Seaside. For tickets or details, go to eventbrite.com/e/parmalee-southerland-ormond-beach-tickets-160100521971

The Beach Buoys will entertain at Athens Theatre on Friday, Aug. 13.

Seaside Buoys at the Athens Theatre

If you are on the lookout for new music that may carry back again reminiscences, the Beach front Buoys, a Beach front Boys tribute band, will fit the monthly bill. The Seashore Buoys use classic guitars, amplifiers and drums just as the Seashore Boys did, and recreate the Beach Boys’ audio from the 1960s. The Beach Buoys will perform at the Athens Theatre starting at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 13.

Athens Theatre is at 124 N. Florida Ave., DeLand. For information and facts or tickets, simply call 386-736-1500 or visit athensdeland.com.

The Locals Mix is a combination of music and art on Saturday, Aug. 14 at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.

The Locals Combine – New music + Arts Expo

This expo series characteristics a competition for unique tunes as very well as reside portray, community artisan vendors and foodstuff vans. Plus, Expo attendees can also tour the museum galleries.

The Locals Blend will choose place at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Seashore from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14. The museum is at 352 S. Nova Highway, Daytona Seashore. For information, go to thelocalsmix.com.