Gallery Night includes more than 35 fine artists, and craftsman, five food trucks, kids activities in the new family friendly zone within Jefferson and Intendencia streets and live music venues. The Gallery Night Pensacola footprint includes Palafox street (from Garden Street to Main Street), Jefferson Street to Intendencia and connecting blocks in-between. Artistic mediums include glass, paint, woodworking, jewelry, mixed media and more. In addition to arts, music, and activities, downtown restaurants, galleries and shops will be open extended hours encouraging patrons to come and explore our award-winning downtown.
Participating Downtown Pensacola merchants and businesses: Al Fresco, Badlands, Artel Gallery, Blend Lounge, Blue Morning Gallery, Bluejay’s Bakery, Dog House Deli, CoWork @nnex, Urban Swinery, Hopjacks, Pot Roast & Pinot, Intermission, Jackson’s Steakhouse, Play, O’Riley’s Irish Pub, Seville Quarter, Shux Oyster Bar, Jeweler’s Trade Shop, The Tin Cow, V Paul’s, Wild Greg’s Saloon, World of Beer, Jordan Valley Restaurant, Legal Graffiti sponsored by Zarzaur Law, P.A., Cigar Factory Pensacola, Belle Ame’, The Wine Bar, Casks and Flights Wine Tasting Room, Cactus Cantina, Travel Leaders Pensacola, Nom Sushi Izakaya, Angelena’s Ristorante Italiano, SaBai on Jefferson, Disko Lemonade, Stay the Spa, The Blowout Bar, Old City Market, Properly Posh Baby, Bodacious Bookstore & Cafe, Clark Partington, Bear Levin Studer Family YMCA, Vinyl Music Hall, Global Grill and Southtowne Apartments.
Gallery Night Schedule 2020
- January 17 – Lunar New Year
- February 28 – Pensacon
- March 20 – Dancin’ In the Streets
- April 17 – Gallery Night 5k
- May 15 – Cars, Stars & Stripes
- June 19 – Throwback to the 80’s
- July 17 – Blues, Jazz & Soul
- August 21 – Back 2 School Blowout!
- September 18 – College Tailgate Night
- October 16 – Halloween Carnival
- November 20 – Pensacola Heritage
- December 18 – Christmas Movies
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