Concerts give music lovers the chance to gather together to hear their favorite artist and share one giant, meaty party sub. Share a moment with this GrouponLive deal to the South Dade Food and Rock Festival, presented by Florida Rock Stars, at the Harris Field Pavilion. For $10, you get general admission for one on Saturday, February 23 (up to a $20 value). Gates open at 5 p.m. The festival runs from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The third annual South Dade Food and Rock Festival leaves senses satiated in a five-hour parade of local grub and sing-along classic rock, all under the rain-proof cover of the Harris Field Pavilion. The event, which raises awareness and funds for the Homestead autism charity, dishes out comfort foods such as wings, pasta, stone crab from Joe’s Seafood, and assorted barbecue from Big Pig. Additionally, a cash bar houses top-shelf selections, and local merchants invite audiences members to make their way through massage stands, jewelry displays, and assorted wares. As friends and family bond over food and the sharing of wet naps, a trio of local bands give the evening a soundtrack of familiar favorites.
Hailing from Key Largo, The Regs pack a punch in their set of heavy-rock classics. Singer Little John’s malleable voice box channels Roger Daltrey and Robert Plant as the band plays favorites from The Who and Led Zeppelin. The dexterous talents of 3 Feet Closer span rough-and-tumble subgenres such as county, southern rock, and alternative rock in covers from the’ 70s and beyond, and Colbert the Band covers top 40 rock tunes from the ’80s through today.
The Regs Performing Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir”<p>
Though this merchant sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available. No coolers allowed.
Florida Rock Stars
According to their website, Florida Rocks Stars "like songs with guitars in them." This simple declaration has become a call to action, spurring the group to bring rock 'n' roll to South Florida without kidnapping Bon Jovi. Their ever-growing network of hard-hitting bands and friendly venues combines to thrill audiences with day-long concerts that not only benefit fans, but also raise a portion of the money for local charities.
“Bring your kids they will enjoy it as well ”
1034 NE 8th St.
Homestead, Florida 33030