The 2024 Florida Man Games take place at Francis Field in St. Augustine on Saturday, February 24, 2024, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Guest judges for this year's events are former American Gladiators, Dan "Nitro" Clark and Lori "Ice" Fetrick.
Attendees at The Florida Man Games are in for an experience like no other. This one-of-a-kind event invites spectators to celebrate Florida's unique culture and humor with various themed activities as they watch teams compete in a wild series of challenges inspired by the infamous "Florida Man" headlines.
This year's games are set to thrill with the Weaponized Pool Noodle Mud Duel, where competitors bludgeon each other in muddy mayhem. In partnership with the local sheriff's office, the Evading Arrest Obstacle Course offers the chance to evade arrest while conquering an obstacle course. The Hurricane Force Winds Cash Grab has competitors grabbing as much cash as possible because more money means better hurricane parties. And of course, the Florida Man Games wouldn't be complete without the Dad Gut Jello Sumo Match where 'dad bod' participants wrestle sumo-style in a Jello-filled ring. Because why not?
Find more information on registering to compete at the Florida Man Games 2024.
Audience members will select the winners of the mullet contest, where participants sport their Everglade cascade, Daytona drape, and panhandle party cuts. This year's event also welcomes @FloridaMaamOfficial as host of the Florida Ma'am Pinup Girls contest.
Adding to the Florida fun, firefighters and police officers will battle it out in an epic Brawl of the Badges. The festivities include alligator shows, delicacies made from Northeast Florida's fiery datil peppers, and SWAT vehicle displays. Get tickets to the Florida Man Games here.
Admission: Regular field tickets cost $45.00 and VIP tickets cost $145.00. VIP tickets include reserved bleacher seating and a meet-and-greet with judges and former American Gladiators Dan "Nitro" Clark and Lori "Ice" Fetrick.
When: Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. — 7:00 p.m.
Where: Francis Field in St. Augustine, adjacent to the City's Parking Garage.