Music and Dancing Under the Stars
Great live musical entertainment beckons from the outdoor Hollywood Beach Theatre on the famed Hollywood Beach Broadwalk almost every day of the week from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. It takes place throughout the year for free and there are several special theme nights. On Monday, it’s “Theatre Under the Stars,” Tuesday is “Dancing Under the Moonlight,” Wednesday is “On the Broadwalk,” Friday is “Broadwalk Friday Fest,” and Saturday is “Beach Theatre Bandstand.” The music ranges from the blues and R&B to rock and roll and easy listening. And the list of performers is most eclectic. Miguel & Company specializes in music for dancing, the Lu White Band is known for playing everyone’s favorite oldies, Linda Noyes covers the blues, oldies and light jazz, the Clicks play classic rock), Rockin’ Jake gets down with the blues, Avalon brings Irish folk music to the proceedings, Coney Island Baby is renowned for doo-wop, Noreena Downey sings cabaret standards, and InZant Karma regales audiences with hit songs from the British Invasion of the 1960s.
You’re invited to sit back and enjoy the music or, if the mood strikes you in the right spot, get up and dance under the stars on the Broadwalk, which Travel + Leisure Magazine named as one of the Best Beach Boardwalks in America. This unique promenade, which stretches along the Atlantic Ocean for two-and-a-half miles, is ideal for bike riding, jogging, and rollerblading. It also boasts an enticing array of dining establishments and cafés. What’s more, there are several parks that offer many opportunities for fun. The Garfield Street courts are perfect for engaging in a friendly game of paddleball and the cool dolphin play fountain is designed for, well, cooling off. There are also playgrounds, ping pong tables, and picnic tables. Whatever brings you to the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, the music, the dancing or the playing, you’ll have a most enjoyable time. Get the lowdown on everything that’s going on down there by checking out www.hollywoodfl.org/Calendar.aspx.