- One ticket to see Stick Figure or Inner Circle with The Supervillains
- General admission
- Door time: one before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $10 to see Stick Figure at Terra Fermata on Thursday, November 6, at 6 p.m. (up to $16.35 value)
- $12 to Inner Circle with The Supervillains at The Inlet in Fort Pierce on Friday, November 21, at 7 p.m. (up to $21.45 value)
- Their sound: a fusion of roots reggae and dub
- Why they’re not called the Stick Figures: Founder Scott Woodruff was originally the band’s sole member.
- The No. 1 album: 2012’s Burial Ground, the act’s fifth release
- The hit single designed for a slow dance with a fire extinguisher: “Smokin’ Love”
Inner Circle with The Supervillains
- How reggae fans know them: as the veteran Jamaican act that formed in 1968 as The Inner Circle Band
- How hardened criminals know them: from their hit “Bad Boys,” which is also the theme song to the long-running TV show Cops
- The band’s ethos, in a nutshell: a fusion of reggae with pop, rock, soul, and the positivity to overcome nearly any setback, including the death of former lead singer Jacob Miller
- How they recently honored Jacob Miller: by coordinating and playing on the 2013 compilation album Hawaii Sings Jacob Miller