Live Music

 

Rootfire At The Park is a music & lifestyle festival with the promise of exceptional music and thoughtful details that make a day outside better. Things like free sunscreen, games, and discounted tickets if you ride your bicycle. We are highlighting craft vendors who create thoughtful food, and local vendors who keep the energy close to home. In the beverage world, we extend the term craft to not only cover quality beer and wine, but to also offer a place to enjoy other beverages ranging from kombucha to kava kava, and beyond.

King Center for the Performing Arts

Some things are built to last. During the course of its two decades of making records, O.A.R.’s lead singer and primary songwriter Marc Roberge; drummer, Chris Culos; guitarist, Richard On; bassist, Benj Gershman and saxophonist/guitarist, Jerry DePizzo, has created and maintained a sort of a parallel universe. In effect hiding in plain sight from the world outside, the band fills arenas and amphitheaters as it crafts and releases relatable songs with big pop hooks with all of this activity going down completely apart from the mainstream.

King Center for the Performing Arts

The Brevard Symphony Orchestra’s 2016-17 Season opens with American Landscapes - a special All-American concert event unlike anything you’ve ever seen! Three enormous panoramic screens will be suspended above the orchestra and you’ll see two breathtaking presentations created by Multimedia Artist Nicholas Bardonnay of Westwater Arts.

As one of Florida’s premier pianists, John Ryan has been featured at the finest venues and private clubs along the East Coast for over 35 years. He performs regularly as a solo piano artist and also performs concerts and events with his duos, trios, and bands.

An exceptional pianist & singer with a rare diversity of talent, John Ryan performs music from a broad selection of genres and eras, with a performance song list in the many thousands, including an extensive repertoire of his own original compositions.

John Mayall
King Center for the Performing Arts

For over 50 years, John Mayall has served as a pioneer of blues music, rightly earning him the title, "The Godfather of British Blues." In 2013, John signed with producer Eric Corne's label, Forty Below Records, and has since been experiencing a true artistic and career renaissance. This revival continues with the release of a brilliant new studio album titled, Find a Way to Care. About the new album, Corne says, "I really wanted to feature John's keyboard playing on this record. He's truly one of the most lyrical, economical and underrated keyboardists around.

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