Stage 26 Artisan Inn Main Stage 8 (Outside) VENUE PASS REQUIRED 1PM-11pm FULL BANDS Hosted By: Ben Datin and Johnny Cakes 1:30 Aunt Stellas Ashes, (pending) Hard Rock, DeLand 2:30 Yugoskavia- Ska, Punk Orlando, 3:45 The Stereotypes- Punk/Alt, St. Pete 4:45 The Skandals- Ska/Punk/Reggae, Miami 6 PM After The Fact! rock/ska/punk, ft myers FL 7PM Teflon Don - Ska!, Orlando 8PM Wild Engines-Joyful Noise, Deland 9PM Johnny Cakes & the Four Horsemen of the Apocalyps Punk/Calypso, St Pete 10PM UNRB - Ska, Rock, Jazz, Latin, St. Pete
5 day festival in West Palm Beach, Fla. The following local, regional and national acts are performing: Anberlin Andre Bobby Lee Rodgers Brooke Fraser Cee Lo Green Cherry Poppin' Daddies Dharmata Earth, Wind & Fire Funky Seeds Gregg Allman Inspired Flight Jason Mraz Jeff Beck Jeff Harding Jesse Young Band Joel DaSilva Local/Regional Band - TBA Mayday Mayday Memphis Soul Revue MGMT Mike Posner Neon Trees Never Shout Never Niki J. Crawford Nothing Rhymes with Orange O.A.R. Panic Bomber Pee Wee Lewis and the Hues Preservation Hall Jazz Band Prince Royce Sarah Packiam Sarah Packiam Seminole Casino Winner Shazman Sick Puppies STAGE IS DARK Steel Train Styx Sublime with Rome Taking Back Sunday TBD The Avett Brothers The Elements of Jazz The Gallery The Kinected The New Planets The Supervillains The Vegabonds Toad The Wet Sprocket Tribal Seeds Ziggy Marley
Sounds Like: Sublime, Weezer, O.A.R., DISPATCH, 311
Label: email@example.com, Vdub Records
Manager: Evan Brenner
Bio: Variety Workshop blends the best music has to give through a tolerance for all points of view and styles to produce an evolving sound.
The band’s first album is currently distributed in Best Buy stores , iTunes, Amazon.com and Pandora Internet Radio.
Variety Workshop has played with national he...See Full Bio
“Between almost every song, the crowd chanted “Vdub!” ever aching for more. By this point, Neptune had run out of beer other than Coronas, apparently unprepared for an older crowd than usual, but beer was the least of my concerns. I was keeping up with the pleasantly morphing sounds of Vdub”