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Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival

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While savoring fresh seafood, relax to some of Florida’s top musical groups, with genres ranging from R&B, blues, jazz, rock and Caribbean sounds. Performers this year will be: Kara Nally Band (blues, funk), Billy Rice Band (country rock) and Kettle of Fish (rock, blues). Saturday enjoy the live energy of the Whole Band feat. Callie Chappell (Americana, rock, variety), Twinkle & Rock Soul Radio (soul, rock), Selwyn Birchwood (electric swamp funkin' blues) and Thunder Beach (classic dance rock) and Damon Fowler (blues). Finish the weekend on Sunday to powerful performances by Dean Johanesen (swing, gypsy jazz). For more information about food options and small business vendors, please visit our website.

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