"A tropical place that moves with the breeze..."

About Gumbo Key

What is Gumbo Key?

Gumbo Key is a tropical, mythical place that appears from time to time. This floating musical venue is a place for friends and family to meld together in our Gulf Coastal waters while soaking up the fine sounds of Live Southern bands.

When will Gumbo Key appear?

Saturday, June 18th, 2016 which happens to be the weekend of the Summer Solstice! We’re shooting to start the party at High Noon, & we’ll pull up anchor by 5 o’clock somewhere.

Where will Gumbo Key appear?

Gumbo Key can move with the breeze. This year's approximate GPS position is:
30° 16' 57.39" N
87° 32' 50.23" W
It's east of Bird and west of Ono.

How do you get to Gumbo Key?

Gumbo Key is only accessible by water vessel. If you don’t have a boat, you could hitch a ride with a friend, or contact one of several boat rental companies located around the Orange Beach area.

How much does it cost?

All we ask is that you support our great local sponsors!
• Flora~Bama • Zeekee • HomeportMarina • Krispy Kreme • Legendary Marine • Lucy Buffett’s LuLu’s • Saunders Yachtworks • Tacky Jacks • Walter Marine & more to come...

The Details:

What:Boat-In Concert

When:June 18th, 2016

Time:12:00pm - 5:00pm

Where:North of Perdido Pass, East of Bird Island and West of Ono

Adam Holt, Wes Loper
and Lamont Landers Band

Good Citizenship Guide:

Keep your trash out of the splash (and off the islands). Please stow it on your boat and take it with you when you go. Leave only your footprints.

Please don't leave footprints in the interior sand dunes and areas enclosed by fencing. Those are important nesting spots for blue herons and others, and we don't want to disturb them.

Please obey no-motor and no-wake zones and idle or raise your motor when navigating shallow waters. Take special care in seagrass beds, which serve as habitats for many beloved creatures, such as shrimp, crabs, frish, birds, manatees, and sea turtles. Please avoid damaging these habitats!

Have a good time, boat responsibly, respect each other and respect our islands.