Join Midtown as we celebrate our biggest live music and healthy living festival block-party to date.
The festival runs from 2pm to 8pm on Saturday, April 20, and features funk, hootenanny, disco and reggae music. We’re also featuring friends of Christopher’s Kitchen, the organic and plant-based cuisine restaurant located in Midtown, who will be promoting healthy living, yoga demonstrations, organic samplings and lifestyle wares to our plaza. This is a free event with ample, free parking. Don’t miss this one of a kind Peace, Love & Wellness Music Festival.
The event line-up joins the dining and shopping destination’s 16-week free concert series, Music on the Plaza; the swede fest™ palm beach amateur film festival; Dance Drink & Dine on the Plaza, Valentine Paws on Parade and more.
DATE: Saturday April 20, 2013
TIME: 2:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Mainstreet at Midtown 4801 PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens
Our special guest emcee will be Jesse Furman of The Jove Comedy Experience and The Shed Radio Show.
The YOGA ZONE
Featuring free, mini yoga classes from local studios. Attendees are invited to BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat):
THE YOGA ZONE - SCHEDULE
LIGHTHOUSE ArtCenter | Contemporary exhibition opening curated by local artist, Sibel Kocabasi *pending.
The Lighthouse ArtCenter 'Adult Graffiti Wall'
LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE
Performed on the Emergency Care Services of JFK Medical Stage
The Ellameno Beat, from Jensen Beach, Florida, is a youthful reggae group that thrives off the sun, salt, and surf of south Florida. The band’s songwriter, lead singer, and lead guitar player Reggie Froom founded the band in 2012. The band has quickly made a name for itself for both its original roots reggae music and its covers of such bands as Steel Pulse, Tribal Seeds, and SOJA. The band is rounded out with Dylon Hixon on bass, Kyle Lange and Walker Brantingham on keys, and James Rosenblit on drums.
KRISP is a rare South Florida band that unites the local music scene's various factions under one dance beat. The usual downtown hipster club crowd, the Tobacco Road types, the Electric Pickle set, event he singer songwriters have all found something to love in this quartet. It makes sense - there are a few different threads to grab onto in this groups four-to-the-floor rhythms.
The sound is totally danceable, bordering on disco rhythms, but totally organic; those funky, retro synth loops are all live.
Suenalo - How best to describe the sound of the 8-member musical extravaganza known as Suenalo? Jam band. Fusion. Latin funk. Multicultural cocktail. The sound of Miami. Afro-Latin-Baby-Makin’- Descarga-Funk. Take your pick -- they all work!