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Cousin Catfish Pigskin Jamboree

Jacksonville’s best Florida/Georgia party!

Great music, Cold beer, Food Trucks, On the River!

So much to do
 

Friday, November 1, 2013

8:00 P.M. - 12:30 A.M.

The Jacksonville Shipyards:
750 E. Bay St., Jacksonville, FL 32202

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The event has raised more than $150,000 for local charities in past years such as: Police and Fire Pension Fund, Arc Jacksonville, Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome Center, and Community Hospice.

Georgia/Florida weekend is one of the best weekends that Jacksonville has to offer. Come enjoy cold Coors Lights, great music, and party with all of your friends Downtown. Don’t miss Cousin Catfish!

Plenty of Food & Drink - Food trucks on site, as well as cash bars with beer, wine and liquor.

Parking - FREE! At the Shipyards lot. First come, first served.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I wear?
It is an outdoor, evening tailgate party in the South. In general, men will be wearing khakis or jeans with golf shirts or button downs. For the ladies, dresses, jeans or pants will be the outfits of choice. Flats or wedges are recommended as heels will sink in the grass.

How does parking work?
The parking lot holds around 500 cars. Parking spaces will be availble first come, first served. There are other parking lots around the Hyatt as well. Please note that all cars must be moved from the shipyards' lot that night or they will be towed in the morning in preparation for gameday.

Is there boat parking?
Absolutely! There are 50 slips available at the Berkman Plaza marina right next door. Please call Gary Beard at 904.449.3702 to reserve. The price is $1 per foot per day. These spots are also available for game day.

What does my ticket get me?
Your ticket grants entrance into the event. Cash bars and food trucks will be on site.

ATM’s?
There will be ATMs on site.

Live music!

Featuring Corey Smith and Sister Hazel

corey smith

Corey Smith was named one of country music's hottest new artists by Country Weekly and Music Row Magazine and was featured on the cover of Pollstar as a Hotstar Top Artist. Corey has the ability to relate to crowds like few other modern-day live acts - in one moment singing frankly of wild days spent partying, followed by showcasing his wisdom with songs that touch on much deeper issues of life.

For more information, free music, and a full list of upcoming tour dates, please visit www.coreysmith.com

Ken Block and Drew Copeland

Sister Hazel’s creative train just keeps rolling. Last year’s well-received “Release” reached the band’s highest ever spot (#37) on the Billboard Album Charts, topping even their platinum disc “Somewhere More Familiar,” and they are keeping the momentum going with “Heartland Highway” (Oct. 12, 2010, Rock Ridge Music), marking the band’s quickest album-to-album turnaround in their 15-plus-year career.

For more information about the band, their music, and upcoming events, be sure to stop by and visit teamsoundwave.com/sisterhazel

ABout Cousin Catfish

It all started at a backyard party in 1999. The group had grown weary of the massive crowds at local venues, and wanted to start something of their own. Year one saw a crowd of 200 reveling in the eve of the big game. Rob Charnley then coined the party Cousin Catfish’s Pigskin Jamboree.

The rest is history. From the first annual with 200 people, Cousin Catfish has grown to be Jacksonville’s best semi-private Florida/Georgia party. Music has been a key driving factor at the event with artists such as Chris McCarty, Kort McCumber, Jupiter Coyote, The Connells, Sister Hazel and Jack Ingram donning the stage.

Original hosts include Brant Williams, Courtland Eyrick, John Summerlin, Lane Lewis, Scotty Verlander, Nathan Smith, Preston Smith, Mark VanLandingham, Rob Charnley, Keith Catlin, Jason Richards, Billy Catlin and Brett Cannon, but the host committee has grown vastly throughout the years.

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Our Sponsors

Host Committee

  • Brett and Brooks Cannon
  • Billy and DP Catlin
  • John and Amy Summerlin
  • Neily Braren
  • Deno and Lee Catherine Hicks
  • Lane and Hannah Lewis
  • Andy and Leah Baggs
  • Mike and Jenny McCollum
  • Chris Seely
  • Joel and Bonnie Lamp
  • Jason and Mistee Richards
  • Megan Mickler
  • Keith and Kellye Catlin
  • Bryan Mickler
  • Jeff and Christina Tidwell
  • Mike and Morgan Braren
  • Shannon L. Smith
  • Don and Debbie Nicol
  • Preston and Lindsey Smith
  • Brandon and Chrissie Catto
  • Ryan Schwartz
  • Christopher and Jennifer McCranie
  • Charles and Marla Perry
  • Alan and Bonnie Verlander
  • Meredith Richards
  • Ricky and Danielle Caplin
  • David Atlee
  • Alex Klempf
  • Chris and Lauren Carmody
  • Mike and Lauren Barker
  • Chris and Jenn Douglass
  • Ben Johnson
  • Mark and Kim Romano
  • Lindsay Tygart
  • Fraz Ahmed
  • Jeff and Amanda Lipp
  • Harry Kenning
  • Dave Lewis
  • Ian and Erica Carson
  • Robby and Amanda Kirk
  • Alix Eckstein
  • Austin Perry
 

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