Friday Night Sound Waves- The Heavy Pets
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Fri, May 24, 2019

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Fri, May 24, 2019

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With the sand and waves of Fort Lauderdale Beach in the background, the Friday Night Sound Waves Free Live Music Series continues at the Hub, located at Las Olas Boulevard and A1A, every Friday night through November 18. The September 2 performance will be South Florida beach band Woody and The Longboards. Jam out oceanfront to Tropical Rock, Country and Classic Rock tunes sponsored by Harbor Beach Fort Lauderdale. Other highlights of the series include the Tina Turner Tribute Band on September 23rd as part of the Broadway to the Beach series and a half-dozen of Fort Lauderdale’s ‘Roots’ artists, including unique sea- level, city-raised, Appalachian string band, Uproot Hootenanny, on September 16th. For a full line-up of dates and performers, visit Featuring some of South Florida’s best musical talents performing an eclectic range of genres including jazz, blues, big band swing, indie rock, salsa and classic Americana, the free live music series aims to entertain area locals, global visitors and the young. Those attending are encouraged to don flip-flops and set up a beach chair in the sand to take in the ocean breezes and spectacular sights and sounds. An on-site information kiosk will direct attendants and passersby on nearby restaurants, live music venues and attractions, as well as market hotel packages and area restaurant specials, viewable on the Fort Lauderdale Beach official website,


A1A and Las Olas Boulevard

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Additional Features:
Entertainment Free, Music
6pm - 9pm
Phone Number:
(954) 765-1329
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