Soon, Tally Puts Spring on Stage
Each spring in Tallahassee, the weather warms, the azaleas bloom and the arts call out to guests of all ages. From concerts and performances to festivals and parades, there are more things to do than there are days in the season. See why so many say #IHeartTally and spend your spring in Florida’s capital city.
Tallahassee like its many flora and trees, blooms in the spring. The city erupts with a variety of events and celebrations unique to the capital. From concerts at Cascades Park on sun setting evenings to the Southeast’s largest spring parade, Tallahassee is a place to be in the flowering season.
Tallahassee sets the stage with performances by acclaimed artists such as Brantley Gilbert, Jason Isbel, Dawes, O.A.R. and Boz Scaggs. The city gets festive with a variety of festivals such as the famous Springtime Tallahassee Festival, Word of South Festival, LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival and Southern Shakespeare Festival all of which celebrate the artistry and creativity to be found locally.
If the stage lights are too bright for your liking you can lead your own role by biking, hiking, paddling and exploring the many parks and outdoor venues that Tallahassee offers.
Whether you are listening to groovy tunes from your blanket under the stars or hiking with the family take a moment to stop and smell the dogwoods and azaleas and be thankful for springtime in Tallahassee.
Visit www.visittallahassee.com/spring-on-stage/ to see all that the blooms in the spring!