Florida folk band Mona Lisa Tribe will soak St. Petersburg in lush harmonies

If you love First Aid Kid, then you’ll like this SoFla outfit.

click to enlarge Florida folk band Mona Lisa Tribe will soak St. Petersburg in lush harmonies
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UPDATED 6/29 4:15 p.m.

Go where Garden Club is and you’ll find a new band to love. That’s what’s happening at this Tuesday show where the Tampa Bay area jazz and neo-soul outfit plays alongside a new local act, Paylakes, as part of a bill headlined by South Florida folk outfit Mona Lisa Tribe, which utilizes lush, three-part harmonies to make a strummy brand of pop that’ll please fans of First Aid Kit, I’m With Her and even the Lumineers. This show is free to attend, but only open to music lovers who are 21 or older.

Anyone under 21, or anyone who'd rather see the band at a coffee shop, might want to see Mona Lisa Tribe at Black Crow Coffee's Grand Central location on Monday, July 1. More information on that show is available on social media.

Mona Lisa Tribe w/Garden Club/Paylakes. Tues., July 2, 9 p.m. No cover. The Bends, St. Petersburg. INFO.

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