live performance

Reggae on the Block 3 featuring some of the reggae best artists on the scene at the moment. Located in the center of downtown Orlando at the corner of Washington St. and Orange Ave. Saturday May 7th 2016.  This year's lineup includes The Expendables, Chronixx, Collie Buddz, Common Kings, J. Boog, John Brown's Body, Passafire, The Movement, The Expanders, Sammy J, Mike Love, Hirie, Wheeland Brothers, and Lindsay Perry (Billabong).

For more information visit reggaeontheblock.com

King Center for the Performing Arts

Spend an unforgettable evening with the Brevard Symphony Orchestra and vocalist Hugh Panaro, one of Broadway’s most popular leading men, for a program featuring Broadway’s greatest hits!

In early 2009, in a dimly lit, smoke filled bar on the East Coast of Florida, Kilt the Messenger powered up their guitars, struck in their bagpipes and introduced a small crowd to a brand of indie punk rock, the likes of which few had heard before.

King Center for the Performing Arts

Mike Love, one of reggae music’s rising stars, brings a multitude of influences to the table, all tied together by the common goal of making the world a better place. Love fuses the simple rhythms of classic reggae with the complex changes of classical and rock music to come up with a style wholly unique to him. But it’s his message, his passion, the wisdom behind his words that truly resonate with his fans. His songs take you on a journey, one of healing and inspiration. One designed to help you on your path to knowledge, wisdom and understanding.

King Center for the Performing Arts

Jesse Cook is a Canadian guitarist, composer, and producer whose music embraces cultural influences from around the world. After two decades of criss-crossing the world in restless pursuit of inspiration, innovation and collaboration, the Paris-born, global-guitar virtuoso, changed course for his ninth studio album One World. Instead of exotic locales, he stayed home in his studio and relied on his own devices, uniting the sounds of flamenco, classical, rumba, world beat, pop, blues and jazz.

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