The Two-Toe Tom festival will be held on April 11, 2015, and it will be the best one yet. The car show is being judged by Terry Allen, with the top 25 winners getting a trophy. Brandi Stewart will be singing the National Anthem.
Two-Toe Tom Legend
Deep in the swamps along the border between Alabama and Florida can be heard stories of a water monster of a different sort. It is said that he is more than 20 feet long, has red eyes, and is demon possessed. Two-Toe Tom is the focus of numerous legends and tall tales. His name originates from the claim that he lost all but two toes on one foot to a bear-trap. Due to his ferocity and frequent attacks, many have hunted for Tom. But Two-Toe Tome has never been captured. Some believe Tom still lurks in Sand Hammock Lake near Esto Florida, even to this day.
Nashville recording artists "The Springs" won the New Music Awards "Country New Group of the Year". Originally from South Alabama, this multi-award winning band has already charted three releases on the main Music Raw Country chart.
Josh Cobb is the NACMAI ( North American Country Music Association International ) Vocalist of the year for 2013, Rising Star Entertainer of the Year. He is the ACGMA (Alabama Country Gospel Music Association ) Vocalist and Entertainer of the year 2013. He performs regularly at CrossCreek Junction on Saturday nights. He sings regularly at Church at Dothan Country Fellowship.
Graceville High school Show choir Illusions
Illusions is an auditioned group from Graceville High School made up of 7th-9th graders. The group was started 12 years ago and has grown from 16 members to 44. They perform for many area events and work extremely hard to maintain good academic standing as well as participating in the successful sports programs offered at GHS. Their theme for this year’s show is “Teen Bands” and includes songs from Jackson 5 and One Direction. Illusions in under the Direction of Mrs. Stephanie Long and Choreographed by Mindy Shamblin.span>.
Patti Rutland Jazz Dance Center
The Patti Rutland Jazz Dance Center began in 2012 as a means of continuing education through our Arts in Education dance outreach program. The PRJ Dance Centre offers Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip- Hop, Acro, and Clogging. Our studio’s goal is to make dance classes more available to children and adults of every level and income bracket, offering scholarships and reduced tuition prices to those who qualify. Patti Rutland Jazz is a three-tiered 501c3 non-profit professional dance company which produces three electrifying shows a season, a outreach program that reaches every child in Dothan City Schools, and a dance studio that furthers our student’s dance education.
Final Harvest Gospel Group
Final Harvest is a Southern Gospel Group that tries to cater to the styles that fit both old and young. They were nominated for group of the Year by the Central Alabama Southern Gospel Music Association (CASMA for Short). Their main Goal is to get the word out about God..
Graceville High school Show choir Prodigy
Prodigy is an auditioned group from Graceville High School made up of 10th-12th graders. The group was started 12 years ago and has grown from 20 members to 32 members. Prodigy has participated and placed in several competitions through the years and also performs for several area events. They rehearse many hours outside of school while maintaining high academic standards and quality sports programs here at GHS. Several members have gone on to receive scholarships in the Fine Arts to attend the college of their choice. Their theme centers around music from Pitch Perfect with a little of Swing Dancing thrown in for your entertainment. Illusions in under the Direction of Mrs. Stephanie Long and Choreographed by Mindy Shamblin..
Big Jimmy has been doing music all his life. He started doing Hick Hop about two years ago. Big Jimmy is here to bring a new style of Hick Hop. Not your normal rapping over country music. This is those club bangers, Redneck Style!
Big Jimmy was inspired by a vary of genres, from 2Pac to Johnny Cash. It's all about the southern style of living with a little extra vibe.
Ron French is all about sharing a message for Christ through Music. His style, you might find to be a little country. Born and raised on a small farm in Northwest Fl. He started playing and singing at a very young age. When God called him to minister in song. .
Directions & Contact Information
Directions from Dothan AL: Take Hwy 52 West to Slocomb and turn onto County Road 9 to Esto at the state line.
Directions from Marianna FL: Take Hwy 90 to Bonifay Florida and turn north onto Hwy 79 North towards Esto.
Contact Information: For questions or additional information, please call either Darlene Madden at (850) 263-3201 or the Town of Esto at (850) 263-6521. You may also contact us via the "Contact Us" button located at the top of this page.