Editor's Rating

Included with the two-day $5 admission to the 15th Annual Florida Keys Seafood Festival is a fantastic entertainment lineup with a diverse musical variety to suite everyone’s tastes. On Saturday, January 18, at 11 am, The Shanty Hounds, featuring the singer/songwriting duo of Dani Hoy and Key West Chris Rehm, will play a variety of trop rock original music and covers from many genres. At 1 pm, Coconut Victrola offers a nostalgic blend of Swing, Jump blues, rock n roll & New Orleans brass meets modern day songwriting featuring Trumpet, Piano, Standup Bass, Electric guitar, tuba and drums accompanying the captivating vocals of Belle Jampol. At 3 pm, nationally recognized multi-instrumentalist prodigy Myles Mancuso and his band entertain with their original style of music blending Roots Country, and R&B. Myles spreads his musical talents across Guitar, Keyboards, Drums and Bass. And finally, the featured performance of ERASMITH Band, a World Class Aerosmith Tribute Band will perform music from the “Classic Era” and 40+ years of fan favorites. This look-alike, sound-alike talented group of musicians from the mainland will blow guests away with their authentic performance. Festival attendees are invited to walk this way on down to Bayview Park to enjoy an amazing lineup included in the $5 entry.

On Sunday, January 19 the Latin/American stylings of The 3Amigo’s kicks off the day at 11 am followed by The Happy Dog who will take on everything from Marley to the Dead at 1 pm. This Philadelphia-based band regularly plays throughout the region, from Key West to New York. To finish out the festival, Fairweather Friends fronted by saltwater conch Ken Fairbrother, lead singer of the Stoned Crab Band out of Marathon is joined by bass player from the band, Mike Corvette to entertain with a mix of old fashioned rock and roll with an island vibe.

The Florida Keys Seafood Festival is organized by the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen’s Association in partnership with the Florida Keys Tourism Development Council. For more information visit http://www.floridakeysseafoodfestival.com and The Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen’s Association (FKCFA), an industry association working to provide a sustainable future for the many local fisheries within the Florida Keys at https://www.fkcfa.org/

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