St. Pete’s Postcard Inn brings local favorites to four-day volleyball tournament and music festival

The party kicks off Friday.

click to enlarge Cliff Brown, who plays Postcard Inn in St. Pete Beach, Florida on May 28, 2021. - Cliff Brown/Facebook
Cliff Brown/Facebook
Cliff Brown, who plays Postcard Inn in St. Pete Beach, Florida on May 28, 2021.

Loads of folks will be in the parking lot outside Raymond James Stadium for Sunset Music Festival this weekend, but if a beach fest is more your speed, then Postcard Inn has the plug.

Starting Friday and running through Monday, its volleyball tourney and music festival hosts acts like DJ and producer Cliff Brown (who co-founded production team J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League—which won a Grammy for its work on Mary J. Blige's 2005 album The Breakthrough)—plus local favorites (DJs Casper, Deacon, Sandman) plus reggae (Tribal Style, Baddaskat), rock (Shevonne & The Force) and country bands (Soul Circus Cowboys).

A daily schedule is available, and while exact set times aren’t listed, the event’s Facebook page states “ best sand volleyball competition by day, and live music performances by night.” Tickets are only required for Saturday and Sunday, Friday and Monday are free. Parking is not included, so make a plan or get a room.

PCI Rocks the Beach Music Festival & Volleyball Tournament: Shevonne & The Force w/DJ Cliff Brown/Tribal Style/Reggae Lou & the Kind Budz/Soul Circus Cowboys/Baddaskat/DJ Sandman/DJ Casper/DJ Deacon/more. Friday-Monday, May 28-31, $39 and up. Postcard Inn on the Beach, St. Pete Beach. INFO

See a list of Tampa “Safe & Sound” live music venues here.

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