Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival, AL-FL Gulf Coast

Make plans now to attend the 30th Annual Frank Brown International Songwriters’ Festival on the Alabama/Florida Gulf Coast; this popular festival continues to bring new and exciting artist to share their talent and ideas. This musical journey on the white-sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico during November is the ideal tie to visit the beach, with great weather, uncrowded restaurants, etc. Enjoy musical entertainment from Grammy Award winning songwriters and the up and coming stars of tomorrow as they perform original songs in multiple locations in beautiful Perdido Key-Pensacola FL and Orange Beach-Gulf Shores AL. Festival attendees will enjoy an up close and personal musical experience and learn of the stories behind the songs as told by the original author.

The festive atmosphere at the FBISF promotes all songwriters, whether they have written well-know songs which made people open their eyes and view the world in a different way or they are aspiring young writers and musicians who know they could do the same but needed a forum in order to get their music out to the world.

Date: November 6th – 16th
Location: Various venues, Florida/Alabama Gulf Coast

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Frank Brown International Songwriters’ Festival

Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival



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