The latest music happening brought to you by Belle Forino, everybody’s favourite event organizer, is “Eat to The Beat on MainStreet“, to be held on Saturday November 21st, from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m., at the Mainstreet at Midtown outdoor area in Palm Beach Gardens.
The press release for this event promises “ thirteen food trucks, three bands and five hours of dancing, eating, drinking and fun”, so let’s get into the details of the bands. Of the three musical acts slated to perform, the one best known to local music fans is probably Miami’s Spam All-Stars. This nine-piece hip-hop/Latin/ funk/electronica band counts many musicians within its fanbase, so you know they don’t suck. The Spam All-Stars have also performed at West Palm’s premier music event, Sunfest.
The other Miami act on the bill is Magic City Hippies (formerly the Robbie Hunter Band). This group’s sound is best described as acoustic guitar music mixed with Latin and hip-hop grooves.
The band Flow Tribe hails from New Orleans, and lately The Big Easy has been noted for producing jazz/soul acts with jam-band sensibilities (think Galactic and Trombone Shorty). So expect a lot of bluesy-soulful music you can jam out to.
So to recap, Eat to The Beat promises three very danceable bands, a plethora of food options, and did we mention it’s free? Get your hungry, hip-shaking butt up to Palm Beach Gardens for a good time this Saturday afternoon…