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Mark your calendars for October 19, 2014 from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Meyer Amphitheatre on Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach.  Sunday on the Waterfront is a FREE event organized by the city of West Palm Beach that takes place once a month.  This outdoor experience is sure to please with pleasant autumn weather.  Bring a lawn chair, cozy blanket and a picnic basket. Sprawl out on the lawn across from the waterfront, kick back and relax to the sound of music.

The next family friendly concert scheduled is “Victor Wainwright & the Wild Roots”. Tennessee based Wainwright and his band are known as “power house blues, Memphis soul and roots rock n roll”.  Their career began over ten years ago with genuine rock and roll and evolved into music representing virtually every corner of the blues.  It is said that Victor Wainwright’s insatiable interest in “music discovery, sheer love for entertaining and curiosity have led him all around the world, and the resulting perspective is a reflection of his passion for entertaining and creating progressive roots music in an effort to move the art form forward. Composer, producer, vocalist, entertainer and award winning piano player, Victor Wainwright is a raucous high-octane, dynamic performer and crowd pleaser with soul to spare.”

Downtown West Palm Beach is one of the larger cities in Palm Beach County.  It offers a metropolitan feel along the six miles of Flagler Drive with city life and residential options with plenty of galleries, museums, restaurants, shopping and more things to do.   Walk to Clematis Street after “Sunday on the Waterfront” and visit the busiest street in the city.  Clematis Street offers an extended dining, bar, and nightclub life open nearly every day of the week. 

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