Dinner and a show – and your chance to help with Ecuadorian earthquake relief…
The City of Miami Beach's monthly Food Truck & Music Festival is back again tonight, Wednesday April 27th from 5pm to 10pm. The event is free and open to the public. Taking place at the
The City of Miami Beach’s monthly Food Truck & Music Festival is back again tonight, Wednesday April 27th from 5pm to 10pm. The event is free and open to the public. Taking place at the Bandshell at 7275 Collins Avenue, this month’s event will cater to a heart-warming cause.
In addition to a large selection of food trucks lined up along Ocean Terrace offering all kinds of unique dining treats, patrons can enjoy performances from the Front Yard Theater Collective, as well as live music inside the Bandshell.
This month’s show comes to us from the award winning Nautilus Middle School Jazz Band! Band director Mr. Raimundo Modia promises a great show, as the 20-member ensemble has been working hard all year and has a very cool repertoire to share with the public, with tunes ranging from Sinatra to Bruno Mars.
Don’t miss your chance to meet some artisan craft vendors and other fun activities inside the venue.
This month, organizers are collecting donations to help with Ecuadorian earthquake relief, in coordination with the Consulate of Ecuador in Miami. Bring your donations of food, toiletries, clothing, and camping supplies to help out our South American neighbors. See the donation table just outside the Bandshell.
More info at NorthBeachBandshell.com