The summer of 1969. Moon landings and the very first Woodstock. A season of peace and love, also a time when the center for music and togetherness was located in the beautiful Coconut Grove neighborhood.
Thanks to the Coconut Grove BID, we’re reviving that special moment in the historic neighborhood’s past, and transforming Peacock Park into our very own day of peace and music! We’re paying homage to the epic festival with a Tribute to Woodstock in honor of its 50th anniversary. Swing by for outdoor festivities to kick off the summer with great vibes, live music, artisan vendors, art activations and all the things we love to gather for.
Enjoy two special 60s tribute sets by Miami’s very own musical songstress, Shira Lee. Expect to hear folk, jam, and rock-fueled adaptations of Woodstock classics and more. Explore art activations, kids activities, and refreshing summer eats & drinks while you take in the happy Grove neighborhood.
Free with RSVP, dogs and children welcome.
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Thank you to all those that support the efforts of the Coconut Grove BID, this and other events are for you and wouldn’t be possible without you. For pictures of the French Quarter Block Party, click here or visit our Facebook page.
Florida Avenue was transformed into a celebration filled with brassy funky tunes by South Florida favorites Bad Apples Brass Band and Spam Allstars, with New Orleans inspired specialty items from the neighborhood eateries and drinks fit for any get-down on Saturday, March 2nd from 12PM-3PM!
The event was free and open to the public.
Also, if you attended the Permanent Vacation Block Party held on Saturday, January 19th on Main Highway with performers Soulixer and Grammy nominated Locos Por Juana, be sure to check out the pictures in the “Permanent Vacation” facebook album online.