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Baytowne Wharf does a great job at bringing in unusual music acts and supporting local musicians with their Wednesday night concert series – a regualar part of their seasonal events. Music normally runs from 7-9pm in the outside green.
If you have never been to Baytowne before – do it! It is like a world of its own tucked off of HWY 98 in Sandestin. It has a great mix of shops, dinning, events and really great fireworks displays for holidays. Learn more: http://www.baytownewharf.com/default.htm
April 20- Boogie Fever & Big 80’s- A Collaboration of your favorite 70’s & 80’s Hits
Hey everybody, put on your dancin’ shoes! It’s time for the Disco phenomenon known as Boogie Fever and BIG 80’s– the Ultimate Eighties Dance Experience. With gnarly costumes and your favorite classics, this show is an amazing visual extravaganza not to be missed!
April 27- Hotel California- A Tribute to the Eagles
By blending their extraordinary vocal and musical talents, HOTEL CALIFORNIA faithfully and accurately reproduces the sound of the Eagles. Each concert presents an exciting showcase of The Eagles mega-hits such as “Take it Easy”, “Heartache Tonight”, and “Hotel California” as well as newer releases “Get Over It” and “Love will Keep Us Alive”.
May 4- Martha’s Trouble
This husband and wife duo is making waves in the musical world! They are known for their Americana/Folk sound with a twinge of pop thrown in. This pair recently released their much-anticipated album, Anchor Tattoo, in February. Come check them out and see what the fuss is all about.
May 11- Heritage
Rising from the back yards of Okaloosa County, Florida, Heritage broke into the pop/reggae scene in 2009. Formed in 2007, starting with three guys in a backyard with a ukulele and a set of bongos, they played just for fun with family and friends. Before they knew it, they were performing locally bringing both a flavor and appeal to the masses.
May 18- Honey Island Swamp Band
Great music begins with great songs, and great songs are what the Honey Island Swamp Band is all about. The group formed after being displaced in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and they have been making music ever since. After winning over fans on the East coast, the Honey Island Swamp Band has returned to their Southern roots where their sound has been described as “Americana on the Bayou.”
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