Florida folk takes the beer garden stage for free show at New World Brewery this weekend

New World is keeping its capacity at 25% since the governor won’t.

click to enlarge Florida folk takes the beer garden stage for free show at New World Brewery this weekend
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Another Saturday night killer BBqustic sesh at New World Brewery. This weekend brings Treble Hook’s Florida Folk and Medicine Show with Bob Anthony to the biergarten. Expect songs about mermaids and other Florida stuff, with Treble Hook—aka Scott Rexroat—representing in a much more authentic way than that Buffett guy. New World is keeping its capacity at 25% since the governor won’t, so get there early if you want a seat at this free gig.

Florida Folk and Medicine Show w/Bob Anthony/Scott Rexroat, Sat. Nov. 28, 7:30 p.m. Free. New World Brewery, Tampa. newworldtampa.com

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