Getting here is easy. South Walton’s 16 unique beach neighborhoods, which are home to many 30A Songwriters Festival venues, are located along Emerald Coast Parkway on the Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast between Destin and Panama City and just south of I-10 . South Walton is popular driving destination for vacationers across the southern United States and just a day’s drive from major metropolitan areas including Atlanta, Birmingham, Nashville, New Orleans, and Houston.
Festival shuttle buses run on 30A between Vue and Rosemary Beach from 5:30 pm until 12:00 am, Friday through Sunday. Buses will also stop at the public parking lot on CR 283 in Grayton Beach (across the street from Hurricane Oyster Bar) and at the Silver Sands Premium Outlets parking lot on Saturday and Sunday mornings beginning at 10:30 am and continuing until 12:30 pm to take people to the headline shows at Grand Boulevard. Buses stage at Grand Boulevard to return festival goers to Grayton Beach and Silver Sands at the conclusion of the afternoon shows.
Please visit the 30A Songwriters Website and our social media channels for updated shuttle stops and schedules as the festival dates near.
Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) is the official airport of the 30A Songwriters Festival. Offering daily non-stop flights from Atlanta, Baltimore, Houston, Nashville, St. Louis, and Dallas, many of the festival’s performers and attendees choose ECP for its convenience, flight options, and close proximity to the festival. Service is provided by American Airlines, Delta, Northwest, and United.
Getting around South Walton has never been easier. In addition to the festival shuttle service, the area is served by several taxi and limo services as well as Uber and Lyft.