You can tell when it’s spring in Florida (which actually starts in January), but now that we’ve hit March and temperatures have pushed into the 80s, concerts and festivals are popping up all over.
Consider the 1904 Music Hall. Those folks decided that this Saturday, March 4th, would be the perfect time for a FREE five-year anniversary block party in Jacksonville, with Roosevelt Collier & Unlimited Devotion Performing The Grateful Dead as headliners!
There will be three stages of music plus silent disco, meaning “the music (will) never stop!” More superb bands, DJs and EDM artists will be on hand to keep you dancing long into the night!
The Parkerurban Band is back to rock your soul, and the Bryce Alastair Band and Bonnie Blue are ready, willing, and able to do the same. The Good Wood Band is a Herringtons thing, and be sure to check out Blackwater Grease (with Greg Sears and Joe Knoebel). Need some party prog? Try DigDog! Master Radical, Ginger Beard Man… there is just so much talent in and around Jacksonville and Florida!
On the other side of things, Vlad the Inhaler, DJ Triclops I, Lurk City, and DJ Don McCon are just a few of the fine DJs who will be workin’ it. Meanwhile, there will be a live mural painting by Nicole Holderbaum & friends.
Don’t even pretend you have something better to do. Music starts at 4 PM and runs until (at least) 2 AM.
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