The City of West Palm Beach has the perfect way to enjoy Sunday afternoons this summer…live music, friends, food and fun. Sunday on the Waterfront is held once a month at the Meyer Ampitheatre on Flagler Drive. The events run from 4:30-7:00 PM and best of all…Sunday on the Waterfront is always FREE! Parking in city garages and at city meters is also free. So grab a chair or spread out a blanket on the great lawn and enjoy! For more information call 822-1515 or visit wpb.org/waterfront.
May 15, 2011
Opener – Derek Mack Band
Headliner – “Who’s Bad” The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band
From ABC to You Rock My World, no song is forgotten in this electrifying revival of Pop Music’s Royal Highness. As the longest running MJ tribute band and the only one that predates his passing, Who’s Bad has awed Michael Jackson fans at sold-out shows the world over. Whether you idolized the Jackson 5, fell in love to Human Nature or memorized all of Thriller’s creepy choreography, Who’s Bad is authentic, music-driven, must-see entertainment that navigates you back to that special place.
June 19, 2011
“Forever Young” A Tribute to Rod Stewart
Rick St. James has amazed audiences around the world with his ferocious energy and powerful voice. Expect all of the Big hits like Maggie May, Hot Legs & Forever Young from the 70’s and 80’s. The dance hits. The soulful 90’s, featuring some famous duets, and of course, The American Songbook. Right up to his latest classic rock album. More than a tribute show, this is entertainment and a display of talent not seen on the tribute landscape.
July 17, 2011
Looking forward to celebrating their 26TH year in 2011, The Fabulons continue to be Florida’s favorite party band. This Show / Dance / Variety / band performs a wide variety of music, including Motown, 1950’s Doo-Wop, classic rock, disco, R & B, Beach Boys, Beatles, best of the girl groups, “Grease”, and the standards you’ve grown to love over the years.
August 21, 2011
Opener – Hollywood LoveScene
Headliner – Edwin McCain
There are many facets to Edwin McCain’s career. He’s a platinum-plus recording artist whose hits “I’ll Be,” “Solitude,” and “I Could Not Ask for More” have brought him to the attention of millions, and a tireless troubadour whose rapturous concerts regularly sell out. The seeds for McCain’s blend of southern soul and acoustic storytelling were planted some 20 years ago in Greenville, where he born and raised, and where he still resides. Having grown up singing in the church choir, as a teen he fell in love with everything from the poetic songwriting of noted North Carolina tunesmith David Wilcox to the ’70s soul of Earth, Wind & Fire. Eventually, he would become the self-described bastard child of everything from Motown, the Gap Band and Roger & Zapp to James Taylor and Jim Croce.
September 18, 2011
“Absolute Queen” The Ultimate Tribute
Absolute Queen is an amazing Tribute to the legend and majesty that is Queen! They accurately portray QUEEN as close as possible with look-alike performers, authentic costumes, stage setup, effects and props, equipment, and showmanship. Lead Vocalist Martyn Jenkins has an amazing voice and history related to Queen as he was in one of best Queen Tribute Bands for some time in the UK called “Night At The Opera”.
October 16, 2011
“UV” The U2 Tribute Show
This Tribute band is what many critics are quickly calling “the U2 fans’ choice”. The authentic sound and look of one of the best bands on the planet! UV is an incredible authentic U2 show with a singer whose resemblance to Bono physically, vocally, and passion and connection with the audience leaves the crowd breathless. Add in Eddie as “The Edge” with signature look and amazing guitar mastery and sound, plus UV has an amazing rhythm section with groove and power!