- $9 for one ticket to the South Shore Music Festival and Chili Cook-Off (up to $17.25 value)
- When: Saturday, November 8, at 1 pm
- Where: International Showmans Club
- General admission
- Door time: 12 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
South Shore Music Festival and Chili Cook-Off
- Gwen Sebastian: with a croon that moves between girlish and gritty, this Nashville singer-songwriter overcame her loss on NBC’s The Voice with a much bigger victory—touring with Miranda Lambert and mentor Blake Shelton, then recording the #1 single “My Eyes” with the latter
- Jason Michael Carroll: the long-haired country star behind “Alyssa Lies” and “I Can Sleep When I’m Dead” pulled off a double whammy with his debut album Waitin’ in the Country, which hit #1 on the country charts and #8 on the pop charts (a rare phenomenon in the industry known as the “Billy Ray Cyrus Effect”)
Also appearing: Soul Circus Cowboys Makenize Raye Zebron & James Mason Grace
- Chili Cook-Off: After a successful solo career as simply Bean, this tasty legume met the backing band of peppers, tomatoes, garlic, and cumin to form the ever-popular southern staple Chili. For an extra $5 charge, guests can fetch sample bowls of Chili’s greatest hits from award-winning area chefs.
- Corn Hole: Erroneously referred to as “tailgate” or “bean bag toss” by those who don’t know better, this beloved outdoor game has tested the aim and mettle of underarm pitchers since the age of the dinosaurs (who were bad at the game due to their short arms). Expect excitement as South Shore’s top tossers vie for $2,500 in cash and prizes (including $1,500 in cash payouts) in the Mega Corn Hole competition. Pre-registration for the tournament is required, and the entry fee is not included with this Groupon.
- Honor Flight: festival proceeds help to support Honor Flight’s mission to send WWII veterans to memorial sites in D.C. so they can pay respect to their fallen comrades
- Feeding America Tampa Bay: as part of the largest domestic hunger relief organization in the country, Feeding America Tampa Bay provides food to over 400,000 people in need throughout West Central Florida