- $10 for one ticket to the South Dade Food and Rock Festival (up to $20 value)
- When: Saturday, February 1, at 5 p.m.
- Where: Harris Field Homestead
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 4 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
South Dade Food and Rock Festival
- Who'll be there: Jade Sanders, Main Highway, Head First, and Colbert the Band
- When Jane Sanders started composing her crisp country songs: age 10
- Number of songs she's written in the four years since: 70
- Timeless hits covered by Main Highway: "867-5309/Jenny," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," and "Back in the U.S.S.R."
- Who makes up Head First: self-described guitar wizard Mickey Filippucci, drummer Brian Ferland, bassist Mark Diehl, and golden-piped singer Janae Deleon
- Songs Janae might lend her voice to: "Sweet Child of Mine," "Whole Lotta Love"
- Colbert the Band's modus operandi: performing Top 40 rock tunes from the '70s through today
- What you can do between sets: head over to the food stands to feast on barbecue, stone crab, and buffalo wings
- How to wash it all down: sip top-shelf liquor at the cash bar, or attach a miles-long hose your kitchen sink before leaving home
- Who you'll help by bidding on autographed classic guitars at the silent auction: Relay for Life
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 money for local charities.