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Music festival heads to Memorial Park for two days
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Posted: 2014 Aug 08 - 06:52

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MARTIN COUNTY -- The 27th Annual Dancin' in the Streets music festival is bigger and better than ever this year, with two days packed full of musical performances, food, drinks, vendors, kids' activities, and more! Located in Memorial Park, the festival will take place Aug. 22 from 5 p.m.-midnight and Aug. 23 from noon-midnight.

Martin County's oldest and best-loved music festival brings thousands of people to Downtown Stuart every summer, and the new location in Memorial Park will give guests more room to enjoy the three stages of live music.

Friday night kicks off with an evening of reggae, including Ballyhoo!, Cisco Adler, The Supervillains, Bumpin Uglies, Fayuca, and Moska Project. Saturday's lineup includes country greats Old Southern Moonshine Revival, Clare Dunn, Haley & Michaels, and Bryson Jennings. Other local favorites are scheduled to perform including Fresh Catch, Ben Prestage, Cervaza, Lucky Dogs, and many more!

Advance two-day tickets are available for $20 and single-day advance tickets are available for $12 online at www.ticketmaster.com or at any Seacoast National Bank location in Martin, St. Lucie, Palm Beach, or Okeechobee counties.

At the gate, tickets will be $25 for two days and $16 for one day. Coolers and pets are not permitted.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/stuartdancininthestreets, email dayna@snydermarketingsolutions.com, or call (772) 370-2030.

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