Second Performance of Summer Concert Series is June 13
The Panama City Beach Parks & Recreation’s Summer Concert Series continues Thursday, June 13 with a 7-9 p.m. free concert at Aaron Bessant Park with the band Good Enough for Good Times.
This funk/breakbeat band is from New Orleans and has been performing together since 2005. Good Enough for Good Times formed to address a shortage of musicians after Hurricane Katrina. A lot of the club owners were calling around asking musicians to put a group together to fill their empty stages. The four played for the New Orleans folks who came home after the storm and needed to hear some good music to get their minds off the aftereffects of the hurricane. The group had such a great time playing together that they continue to do it.
Bring your chairs, blankets and adult beverages and enjoy the show. The weather is going to be beautiful. Food vendors will be on site.
Here's the schedule for the rest of the summer:
- June 20: THE LEE BOYS, Sacred Steel, Miami
- June 27: SOUND ARCADE, 80’s & 90’s, Panama City Beach
- July 4: MY FEVER/SAFE TO SAY, Alternative Rock
- July 11: LOUD PLANET, Rock & Roll Extravaganza, Panama City
- July 18: MUSTACHE THE (THE MUSTACHE, “the” comes before mustache, not after) BAND, 90’s Country, Oxford, Miss.
- July 25: HANDMADE MOMENTS, Silky Alternative, Fayetteville, Ark./Nevada City, Calif.
- August 1: ZENITH SUNN, (SUN with one “n”) Rhythm & Blues, Eric Lindell (California and New Orleans) and Anson Funderburgh (Texas)
- August 8: RUBY VELLE AND THE SOULPHONICS, Retro Soul, Atlanta
- August 15: THE JUDGE TALFORD BAND, Bluegrass, Alabama
- August 22: RONNIE WOLF & THE PACK, Country, Panama City
Many thanks to our sponsors, including The St. Joe Company, Texas Roadhouse, PCB Entertainment, Beach Radio 95.1, Bay Landscape, Frimet to Z, SpringHill Suites, Pier Park and Simon Inc., and the Panama City Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Public Information Officer Debbie Ward can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 233-5100, Ext. 2261.