Season Kickoff for PGA Arts Live!
Saturday February 3 is the season kickoff events for the new PGA Arts Live venue at the PGA Arts Center! The Boss Project – A Bruce Springsteen Tribute will have the honors at this converted movie theater just south of PGA Boulevard east of I-95 (in Loehmann’s Plaza for you old timers). They specialize in Tribute Bands, and looking at their schedule we don’t see a bad one in the bunch. All the seats are good ones, and they’ve installed an excellent sound system and good stage lighting, too.
Next week it will be Crazy Fingers, a Grateful Dead tribute band and every weekend after will have one or two great shows!
New Year’s Eve in Jupiter!
Looking for Live Music in Jupiter for New Year’s Eve? There’s a bunch!
The Andrew Morris Band will be entertaining the Country Music crowd at Uncle Mick’s. No Cover, $3 Bloody Marys and Mimosa’s, and an appetizer buffet at midnight!
In Abacoa the B-Side Band will be celebrating “Brew Year’s Eve” at Das Biergarten, no cover but come early for dinner and drink specials!
$10 gets you into Average Joe’s to hear the Syren Savages, a Champagne Toast at midnight, and hors d’oeuvres and party favors.
Up in the Inlet Village No-Cover options include Wonderama Pop-Rockin’ at the Square Grouper, and Spred the Dub at Guanabanas along with the Savi Fernandez Band bringing the Reggae!
Double Roads Tavern will be bringing in a special act as usual, with Edlene Hart and the Bus Drivers with tickets ranging from $25 to $45 for better seats.
Fireworks? Head over to Harbourside and listen to the Wildfire Band while you’re there!
A Rockin’ Christmas on the Way!
Rock, Classic Rock, Alternative Rock, Acoustic Rock – it’s going to be all over Jupiter the next few days! Here’s some ROCK bands to help get you in the spirit!
Friday – The Shakers at Double Roads, Girfriend Material at Maxi’s, 21 to Burn at the Square Grouper, and String Fever at the Juno Beach Thirsty Turtle
Saturday – NIXX at Average Joe’s, Big Vince and the Phat Cats at Double Roads, Message in a Bottle – a Police Tribute at Harbourside, The Flyers at Maxi’s, Big Medizen at the Square Grouper, and Mumbo Jumbo at Tequesta’s Tiki 52
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day? Not much Live Music – be sure to call the Venue first to make sure they’re open before you head anywhere!
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It’s the Winter Wonder Jam!
What’s going on Saturday? Well, here Comes Jamin’ Claus – it’s the Winter Wonder Jam! Head out to Carlin Park on the ocean in Jupiter at 4 pm to hear some great Reggae bands, including New Kingston, Josh Heinrichs, and the Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad. Click on this poster for more info.
BandSandBrews Craft Beer and Music Festival
$25 gets you into this craft beer and music festival to educate and raise awareness for local ocean and environment conservation on Saturday November 18, and is a great time for everyone at the Carlin Park Seabreeze Amphitheater in Jupiter, FL. Enjoy unlimited craft beer tastings from over 20 breweries (1:00pm-4:00pm), live music (2pm-9pm) from headlining Nashville artist Ashley McBryde, American Idol finalist Emily Brooke Music, reggae sensation The Ellameno Beat, the soulful Josh Miles and the Sweets, and acoustic vibes from Brett Staska. Also featuring special guest Nikki Lickstein. There will also be food and beverages from our great selection of food trucks (Austin’s Franks & Guanabanas Island Restaurant and Bar) and full liquor bar sponsored by Don Sueños Tequila & Code Rum.
The Live Music ends at 9 PM, so head up the road after that to Guanabanas to hear The Southern Belles, a real fine Psychedelic, Jazz, Rock Jam Band from Richmond, Virginia passing through our area!
Veteran’s Day Weekend Best Bets!
It’s hard to pick out the best music acts for this Veterans’s Day Weekend, but we’ll try to point out some good ones to see this weekend in North County. Joel DaSilva and the Midnight Howl – Blues of course – gets FRIDAY night off to a great start at 6 PM at the outdoor amphitheater at Harbourside Place, and John Smotherman will be serving up some tasty Blues at Double Roads, followed by Country music from the Andrew Morris Band. Abacoa has JM and the Sweets at Das Biergarten and the String Assassins – a great acoustic Rock act with their own version of everything! And Crazy Fingers is making their monthly stop at Maxi’s.
Groove Merchant starts off the weekend in PBG at Centre Court at Downtown at the Gardens, and then Solstice Reign will be rockin’ out at the Crazy Horse. And King Complex will be celebrating their CD release at Swamp Grass Willy’s with 2 other bands!
Down in the North Palm Beach area Friday night it’s Whiskey Six making an appearance at the Seaside Bar in Singer Island, and Zack Jones will be lighting up the stage at The Brewhouse Gallery in Lake Park.
SATURDAY’s afternoon highlight is The Kinected playing at the annual Chili Cook-Off and Beer Tasting fundraiser in Tequesta ($30), and then they scoot down to Maxi’s. For night time The Funkabily Playboys will be making a rare North County appearance at Double Roads.
Saturday’s highlights in PBG include the Beatlemaniax concert for $30 at the PGA Arts Center and the Sierra Band at Paddy Mac’s! On Singer Island Tom and Bonnie for happy hour at the Seaspray Inn, and The String Assassins close out the night at the Brewhouse.
The Kinected Rockin’ Out
Palm Beach County must be the Tribute Band Capital – maybe because the Boomers and Snowbirds love them? It all started with Elvis impersonators in the mid 50’s, but now they’re all over the place.This weekend is no exception with Crazy Fingers – a wonderful Grateful Dead tribute band – playing at the PGA Arts Center on Friday evening, and Across the Universe – a great Beatles tribute band back at Double Roads on Saturday! Next Friday it’s Dreams: Crystal Visions of Fleetwood Mac at PGA Arts. Go check them out!
North County is Rockin’ on Saturday!
There’s a lot of great Live Music coming up on Saturday from Tequesta to Lake Park! Check out these “Don’t Miss” acts:
Tequesta: Pam and Dave returns to the Corner Cafe at dinnertime, and Sweet Justice brings their Reggae to Tiki 52
Jupiter: Starting at I-95 heading east there’s Sucker Punch at Uncle Micks, Paparazzi debuting at Average Joes, Joey Gearge at Old Florida. Head over the bridge and see 56 Ace at Double Roads The Flyers at Maxi’s, Damon Fowler at Guanabanas, and Rambling Drive at the Square Grouper.
Gardens: JC Dwyer and the Blackbirds at the Crazy Horse, The Bastard Suns in from Georgia at Swamp Grass Willy’s with 1 Hit Left and Inside Jokes also, and North County favorites Sierra Band back at Paddy Mac’s.
Lake Park: The Brewhouse Gallery has Keith Welsh, Grey and Orange, along with John Ralston and Shadows.
Dirty River Reggae Fest on Sunday!
Don’t miss the Dirty River Reggae Festival on Sunday, October 8 at Guanabanas! 10 Bands and No Cover Charge! This is the 5th year in a row, and every one has been a blast, mon! It starts at noon and runs until 10 pm.
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