Spring Break festivities are in full swing at Al’s Beach Club & Burger Bar 🏴‍☠

The not-so-Spring weekend weather won’t stop Al’s Beach Club from launching their full weekly events schedule. 

  • The outdoor restaurant on Okaloosa Island will kick things off this Monday with pirate shenanigans, featuring a live show every Monday with Captain Davy & The Crossbones on stage from 5-8pm.

“Al’s is the hub of all entertainment for The Boardwalk, with something new each night of the week,” says Misty Rae Ruthrauff, Director of Marketing for the venue. “If you haven’t seen the pirate show, I highly recommend, even as an adult. Captain Davy and his crew sprinkle in some adult humor throughout the show and you’ll catch yourself laughing just as much as the kiddos.”

🎥 Every Tuesday, Al’s Beach Club hosts a free movie on the giant inflatable screen set up on the beach just behind the property. 

  • Grab some dinner (or sno cone treat) and layout a large blanket for the fam. 
  • Each week features a new family-favorite film with complimentary views of the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Here’s next week’s movie!

“There’s something magical about watching a movie on the sand and catching the sound of the waves in between the piping audio,” added Ruthrauff. “Tuesdays have become a favorite night for both visitors and locals. We’ll run the movies from now through August, with a new movie each week, so be sure to check out the lineup to mark the dates of your favorite flicks!”

There’s live music daily on the Al’s stage and continues into the weekend. With serenades from local artists like Jamel Boast and Robbie Paynter, country-rock from Trest Richerson, and dance-party cover bands on Friday and Saturday nights, there’s something for all ears. 

Check out all the food, fun, and family entertainment at www.alsbeachclub.com

Bring on Spring Break 2022! ☀️

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