Listed below are the Night Sounds Concert Series held at Sebastian Inlet State Park. Most concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. and last about 2 hours. Please bring your favorite folding chair and enjoy lovely music while watching the sun set over Sebastian Inlet. The BG’s Surfside Grill and Adventures will sell soft drinks, water, snacks, hamburgers and hot dogs. Night Sounds Concerts are held September through May. The concerts are held on Saturday evening nearest the full moon. Often the moon rises over the stage accentuating a wonderful outdoor concert evening.
The concert is free with regular park entrance fees. The concert will be held at the pavilions on Coconut Point located on the south side of Sebastian Inlet Bridge.
Night Sound Concerts will resume in September.
Saturday September 22, 2018
The Ladies of Soul and the LOS Band
The Ladies of Soul are three singers backed by the four piece LOS Band. They play music inspired by great R and B, dance, funk and classic party tunes. Known for tight harmonies and high energy, The Ladies of Soul connect with the audience. Their fun show is contagious with dancing to your favorite party and dance classics.
For more information about The Ladies of Soul visit, http://ladiesofsoulband.com.
Saturday October 20, 2018
Free Range Strange
Free Range Strange is an organic, poly-rooted quartet with their own unique approach to high-energy string band music. Focusing on original material while infusing traditional folk, modern bluegrass, old time blues and country, Free Range Strange has carved themselves their own niche in the string-band world.
For more information about Free Range Strange visit http://freerangestrange.com
Saturday November 24, 2018
Souljam is a five-piece band that plays extended versions of rock n roll jam music. Playing cover tunes of the Grateful Dead, Phish and the Tedeschi Trucks band with a few original songs mixed in. Creativity, self-expression and the joy of their music radiates through their sound and vibe.
For more information about Souljam visit www.souljamband.com
Saturday December 22, 2018
20th Street Jazz Band
The 20th Street Jazz Band is a 15 piece band that plays traditional jazz standards, favorite swing and popular music. Their concerts bring out big smiles and get the dancers up and “cutting the rug.”
For more information about 20th Street Jazz Band visit www.facebook.com/20thstreetjazzband
Saturday January 19, 2019
3 Ring Circus
3 Ring Circus plays country music with a touch of rock n roll. 3 Ring Circus has their own special versions of familiar music that gets people dancing in the isles and down the rows with othes seating, smiling and tapping their toes.
Saturday February 9, 2019
SIRSY is an Indie Pop Rock duo that The Boston Globe calls “Little band, big sound.” SIRSY’s music is chock full of soul and sincerity, with a touch of sass. They have 6 CD’s of original music. Their lyrics can be a little dark or introspective but their stage presents radiates joy. The Times Union says “Clever, smart songs with more hooks than a tackle box.” Melanie Krahmer’s voice is capable of a lion’s roar or a floaty whisper. Rich Libutti’s guitar work has been called “Killer rock guitar riffs” by Instrumental Magazine. Together they have created a dynamic, full sound. Their newest CD was produced by Grammy-winning producers, Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade.
For more information about SIRSY visit www.sirsy.com
Saturday March 16, 2019
Alize has been getting people dancing to their reggae music with many years. Recently reformed with some new band members which have ignited the positive reggae vibe. Alize also blends other types of music into their show including Island, SOCA, Top 40, Funk, Soft Rock and even a little country.
Saturday April 20, 2019
St. John’s Wood
St. Johns Wood is a five-piece band that transports you back to the music of the 1960’s British invasion. This is the music that helped define a generation; it includes The Beatles, The Stones, The Who, The Kinks, The Zombies, The Animals, David Bowie, Eric Clapton and many more. Enjoy the music that is etched into the golden history of Roll ‘n’ Roll.