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Music And Paws In The Park Returns To The Bradenton Riverwalk

BRADENTON, Fla. — (Bradenton, FL) The music is back! Downtown Bradenton’s 400-seat Mosaic Amphitheater on the Riverwalk becomes the beautiful backdrop once again for inspired live music when Realize Bradenton’s popular “Music and Paws in the Park” series returns on March 31, 2017. This free, family-friendly, five concert series is March 31, April 7, 14, 21, and 28, 6–8 p.m., at 606 3rd Ave W, in downtown Bradenton. Local craft beer and other beverages and snacks will be available for purchase.

Audience members are encouraged to bring picnic baskets, blankets, chairs—and their furry companions on leashes. Each event will showcase a different local band, and dogs from local shelters who will be available for adoption. The series is made possible, in part, with support from the Bradenton Downtown Development Authority, the Bradenton Herald, the Royal Pet Rescue, Moonracer No Kill Animal Rescue, and Friends of Manatee County Animal Services. Proceeds from the sale of beverages will benefit these local animal rescue organizations.

For more information, call Realize Bradenton at (941) 621-6471 or visit



Friday, March 31, 6–8 p.m. — Mosaic Amphitheater
Benefitting Royal Pet Rescue
Seranation is a six-piece, reggae-rock/pop band from St. Petersburg, FL. With band members hailing from different musical backgrounds, Seranation has a unique blend that they have labeled “Tropical-Rock”. Seranation constantly delivers catchy lyrics, tasteful guitar hooks, and up beat tempos.


Friday, April 7, 6–8 p.m. — Mosaic Amphitheater
Benefitting Moonracer No Kill Animal Rescue
The Gamble Creek Band is fronted by Kim Betts, daughter of Dickey Betts of the Allman Brothers Band. They’re a high-energy band featuring popular country/southern rock/classic rock hits that appeal to an audience of all ages.


Friday, April 14, 6–8 p.m. — Mosaic Amphitheater
Benefitting Royal Pet Rescue
Renesito compositions denote a broad conception of the sound of the Cuban Tres, in which he uses expressive resources of classical music, jazz and world music. Its roots lead him to recreate and develop melodies, rhythms, styles and rhythms of the Trova, the Changüí Nengón, the Conga, Rumba and Son Santiago, making a kind of journey through the different playing styles of the eastern country, mixed with the urban concept of Arsenio Rodríguez and Child Rivera.


Friday, April 21, 6–8 p.m. — Mosaic Amphitheater
Benefitting Moonracer No Kill Animal Rescue
Ari and the Alibis infuse funk, jazz, and samba with blues, soul, and rock to create a memorable ear-catching sound. In 2016, they were nominated for best local band in Tampa Bay, and Ari for best Jazz vocalist. They also received Grammy nods in two categories: Best Rock Song (Dirty Little Secret) and Best Rock Performance (Dirty Little Secret and Bon Appetit). Ari and the Alibis played at the Bradenton Blues Festival “Appetizer” Concert in 2016.


Friday, April 28, 6–8 p.m. — Mosaic Amphitheater
Benefitting Friends of Manatee County Animal Services
The Glass Onion is dedicated to faithfully reproducing the songs of the Beatles. They use many of the same instruments and amplifiers that the Beatles used to create that “classic sound,” including Rickenbacker, Gibson, and Epiphone guitars, a Hofner bass, and Vox amplifiers. The Glass Onions play all the Beatles most loved classics, as well as songs rarely performed by bands.

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