Community Arts & Culture PresentsÂ A Day at the Beach featuring Palo, Tomas Diaz y SuÂ Orquesta andÂ Elastic Bond, April 4
Community Arts and CultureÂ inÂ conjunctionÂ withÂ Rock the Moon ProductionsÂ areÂ hosting the secondÂ Â Â A Day at the Beach ConcertÂ for their 2014-2015 season on Saturday, April 4th, 2015, beginning at 5 p.m. at theÂ North Beach BandshellÂ (7275 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33141). The final installment of the series will feature theÂ GrammyÂ andÂ LatinÂ GrammyÂ
nominated bandÂ Palo!,Â Tomas Diaz y SuÂ Orquesta, with the infectious smash hit “Suky,” and Nacional Records recording artists,Â ElasticBond. The show is open to all-ages, and ticket prices range from $10 during presale throughÂ Brown Paper Tickets
Â and $20 at the door.
A Day at the Beach is an on-going concert series featuring some of the hottest national, regional and local acts, dedicated to fostering an appreciation and understanding of a vast assortment of musical genres. The series is wrapping up its third season with an assortment of musical showcases that highlight the vibrant and rich Latin community that makes South Florida so unique.
Palo is an Afro-Cuban funk band led by pianist and producerÂ SteveÂ Roistein, and also featuresÂ Dr. Ed Calle, formerly of theÂ Miami Sound MachineÂ and a session ace in his own right, on tenor saxophone.Â Tomas Diaz y Su Orquesta is the solo project ofÂ Tomas Diaz,Â SpamÂ AllÂ Stars‘ lead singer and percussionist.Â Elastic Bond, label mates toÂ ManuÂ Chao,Â LosÂ AmigosÂ Invis
ibles, andÂ BombaÂ Estereo, and their tropical psychedelia will open the show.
There will also be a variety of food and drinks available for purchase, including from Â Hooters, as well as a fund-raising raffle full of great prizes. For more information, including vendor and sponsorship opportunities, contact call
ABOUT COMMUNITY ARTS AND CULTURE
Founded in 2002,Â Community Arts and Culture, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, aims to foster appreciation and understanding of a vast assortment of arts and cultures by educating individuals of all ages and social backgrounds through workshops, lectures and artistic performances in local communities. They provide underserved areas with an outlet to participate in outreach programs and to nurture an array of local artists whom exemplify the diversity found in the South Florida community.
CAC produces several events during the year including theÂ A Day at the BeachÂ concert series, theÂ Afro Roots World Music Festival,Â Festival of the DrumÂ andÂ Let the Children Have Music and DanceÂ events.