If you have eight hours (or some portion thereof), we’ve got a great suggestion for this Sunday, March 5th: Buzz Fest! This is a family-friendly music festival with ten bands on three stages, hosted by Bay Buzz in celebration of local musicians.
Gator’s Cafe on Treasure Island is your destination Sunday. In addition to music, there will be local vendors, children-friendly activities, merchandise raffles, a booze barrel raffle, dancing, and food and drink specials.
Music at the beach? Tickets $10 in advance, $15 at the door? You KNOW you need some of this! And children 12 and under are free!
We DID mention live music. Headlining are funk monsters Holey Miss Moley, right before they leave for their big national tour (read more here) and Porkupine, a band that ranges from bluegrass to funk and rock and practically everything else, under the direction of The Rev. Funky De.
You’ll hear Americana roots from American Song Box and get a “rock & roll sideshow, playing all your favorite party rock songs” courtesy of Black Sun Circus. How about uke-fusion from JCT 27 and rock & reggae by Tropical Disturbance?
Daisy & The Drivers play rock, alternative, and new country, fronted by Jenny Dugger. Kayla Korpics is a singer-songwriter, and JD and Zetha Lewis play folk, country and Americana. Add Steve Vacklavik to the mix, and you have one fine afternoon (and evening) of music!
Music, food, beverages, dancing and the beach — from 2 to 10 PM!
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