Sep 202018

This year marks the 45th celebration of the annual Oktoberfest on October 12, 13, 14 and 19, 20, 21, 2018. The American German Club’s
Oktoberfest is its largest single cultural event highlighting German culture, heritage and traditions. The volunteer run festival is held during  the second and third weekends in October, rain or shine. Several publications tout the festival as one of the largest and most authentic Oktoberfests in the United States, with approximately 35,000 visitors expected over the two weekends.


For its eleventh anniversary appearance, the “Heldensteiner” band returns from Munich Germany, directly after performing in the Lowenbrau tent at the world famous Munich Oktoberfest. The Hobfrau Festhaus will host the band “Echt Baerig”, also straight from Munich. Other culturally authentic entertainment will take place throughout festival grounds and inside the Festhaus. Children can enjoy the club’s playground plus a carnival with rides and games for all ages. Unlimited ride wristbands and single ride tickets will be available for purchase.

Food and Drink:

Authentic Munich Oktoberfest foods such as sauerbraten, schnitzel, goulasch, rotisserie chicken, roast pork, sausages, bratwurst, bauernwurst, meterwurst, leberkase, currywurst, traditional pretzels, giant pickles, potato pancakes, German desserts and much more will be available throughout the festival grounds. A variety of Hofbrau beers plus domestic craft and favorites will be on hand. German schnapps, wines and frozen drinks will be available, as well as plenty of soft drinks and water.

About the American German Club of the Palm Beaches:

In 1964, three German Americans kicking around a soccer ball at a Sunday picnic envisioned the creation of a social club. Their mission: to bring families together in the interest of sharing the traditions of their heritage. After much volunteer work and fundraising, the American German Club was born and continues to thrive with a multicultural membership dedicated to community outreach and promoting friendship among diverse communities.

Admission & Location:

Adults, $12. Children, 12 years and under, are free and must be accompanied by an adult

American German Club of the Palm Beaches
5111 Lantana Rd., Lake Worth, FL 33463


Friday, October 12 – 5pm to 11pm
Saturday, October 13 – Noon to 11pm
Sunday, October 14 – Noon to 8pm

Friday, October 19 – 5pm to 11pm
Saturday, October 20 – Noon to 11pm
Sunday, October 21 – Noon to 8pm

More Information

Follow updates to Oktoberfest of the Palm Beaches via their Facebook Event Page

More details on this and other events at the German American Club can be found at:


Sep 042018
Grease Burger Bar

America’s love affair with the all-mighty cheeseburger spans almost a hundred years of juicy, lip-smacking delight and on Tuesday, September 18, it’s time to celebrate.  Grab a napkin and enjoy a juicy, protein-packed masterpiece at Burger Bar, Death or Glory, Grease Burger Bar, Habit Burger Grill, and The Beauty and The Beeeef.  Habit Burger is also partnering with No Kid Hungry, and guests who donate $3 or more to help end childhood hunger will receive a free cheese Charburger on their next visit.


Here are the top five cheeseburgers to sink your teeth into on National Cheeseburger Day:


Habit Burger

Habit Burger Grill’s Charburger

Enjoy America’s “Best Tasting Burger” at Habit Burger Grill while raising funds for No Kid Hungry. Its Charburgers are cooked over an open flame and were named the best tasting burger in the nation by a leading consumer magazine. The Habit Restaurant, Inc. is continuing its commitment to help end childhood hunger in America by partnering with No Kid Hungry for a fourth year. Over the past four years, The Habit has raised over $1 million for the No Kid Hungry campaign, providing millions of meals for kids across the country. All seven South Florida locations will participate in the charity partnership. The Habit will be collecting donations for No Kid Hungry and offering guests who donate $3 or more to the No Kid Hungry campaign a free Charburger with cheese certificate, good on a return visit August 28 through October 2, 2018.


Burger Bar

Burger Bar’s The Lone Star

Get ready to unleash your inner cowboy at Burger Bar in Palm Beach Gardens because The Lone Star is coming to town. The fully loaded prime beef blend burger is topped with cheddar cheese, crispy onion rings, thick-cut bacon, mayo, and BBQ sauce. Served on the hip, gourmet burger joint’s signature bun, this cheeseburger will have your taste buds yelling “yeehaw!” before the last bite.


The Beauty and The Beeeef

The Beauty and The Beeeef Super Pac Man

The Beauty and the Beeeef is grilling up a mélange of drool-worthy and seismically sized 8-ounce Angus “beefwiches” like you’ve never experienced before. Take a bite out of the Super Pac Man, a superhero of smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, mac n’ cheese, caramelized onions, and red onion. But the real wow factor of this gourmet burger is its bun — breaded, deep-fried mac n’ cheese.


Grease Burger Bar

Grease Burger Bar’s Mr. Bigg

Feeling hungry? Take on the 12 oz. Mr. Bigg at Grease Burger Bar in downtown West Palm Beach. Covered in melted pepper jack cheese, flame-grilled to perfection in a cast-iron skillet and crowned with deep-fried Applewood smoked bacon, caramelized frizzled onions, and warm garlic aioli, it’s a delicious piece of gastro-pub art.


Veggie Burger

Death or Glory’s Veggie Cheeseburger

Vegans and meat-eaters alike are raving about the edgy Veggie Cheeseburger at Death or Glory, Delray Beach’s popular bar and restaurant. The plant-based patty is made from a mixture of mushrooms, onions, beets, tamari, vegan Worcestershire sauce, and forbidden rice, a black delicacy once reserved for Chinese Emperors to ensure good health. The savory burger is topped with house-made pickles, raw onions, white cheddar and fancy sauce, a mixture of ketchup, dijon, mayo, Worcestershire sauce and Tabasco and served on a potato bun.


About The Habit Restaurants, Inc. 

The Habit Burger Grill is a burger-centric, fast casual restaurant concept that specializes in preparing fresh, made-to-order chargrilled burgers and sandwiches featuring USDA choice tri-tip steak, grilled chicken and sushi-grade ahi tuna cooked over an open flame. In addition, it features fresh made-to-order salads and an appealing selection of sides, shakes and malts. The Habit was named the “best tasting burger in America” in July 2014 in a comprehensive survey conducted by one of America’s leading consumer magazines. The first Habit opened in Santa Barbara, California in 1969. The Habit has since grown to over 230 restaurants in 11 states throughout California, Arizona, Utah, New Jersey, Florida, Idaho, Virginia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Washington and Maryland as well as four international locations. There are seven Habit Burger locations in South Florida. More information is available at


About Burger Bar

Burger Bar, owned and operated by Heaton Companies, headquartered in Palm Beach, Fla., is a full service, ‘classy casual’ restaurant located conveniently at Donald Ross Road and Military Trail in the Donald Ross Village Shopping Center, Palm Beach Gardens. Burger Bar offers 20+ varieties of burgers, top-notch entrees and alternate dishes, salads, snacks, wings, and a wide variety of domestic, international and craft beer, fine wine, and premium spirits.


About The Beauty and The Beeeef

The Beauty and The Beeeef is located at 10300 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 239, Wellington, FL 33414. Built around a spacious floor plan, the restaurant mixes industrial design elements, retro novelties from the Hillsboro Antique Mall, bespoke furnishings, and street art murals with a rock ‘n’ roll vibe. The restaurant is located on the upper level near Macy’s and Paragon Wellington Theater.


About Grease Burger Beer & Whiskey Bar

Grease Burger looks and feels like something out of NYC’s Meatpacking District circa the turn of the century. With a working fireplace, long solid oak bar and steel meat hooks hanging from the ceiling the place is steeped in character. The restaurant also has a sports bar component with 14 flat screen TVs. Grease gets all cable sports packages so every major game is always on. Grease is located in downtown West Palm Beach just a few steps from the Clematis Street fountain and the new Downtown Park.


About Death or Glory

Death or Glory is located at 116 NE 6th Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33483 in the historic Falcon House, which was originally built in 1925. Its name was derived from the battle cry motto of the Queen’s Royal Lancers and made popular in the 1979 song “Death or Glory” by The Clash. Its canopied, outdoor Tiki Bar is a is a popular hangout for the Delray Beach community and visitors.


More places to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day

Galley at Hilton West Palm Beach 

Galley Burger

Galley Burger

Hilton’s executive chef Miguel Santiago will be serving up the eponymous Galley Burger ($19), a fork-tender brisket and short rib-blended patty bathed in foie gras butter and stacked with Vermont sharp cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, and accompanied by hand-cut French fries.

Galley at Hilton West Palm Beach is located at 600 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach. For more information, visit or call               (561) 231-6000.

Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

Sunset Grill Cheeseburger

Sunset Grill Cheeseburger

Cheeseburger gourmands can also stock up on juicy offerings at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek’s relaxed, en plein air restaurant, Sunset Grill. Chef John Baker’s flaming up 8-ounce fresh-ground chuck comfort food classics like the Sunset Grill Cheeseburger ($11), crowned with Applewood smoked bacon, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and topped with a sunny-side-up egg; the Quesadilla Burger ($12), a two-napkin masterpiece with housemade pico de gallo, chipotle sour cream, and cotija cheese served on a tortilla shell bun; and the Cuban Burger ($12), an international showstopper layered with ham, mojo marinated pork, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard on a brioche bun.


Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is located at 5550 NW 40th Street, Coconut Creek. For more information, visit or call        (954) 977-6700.

Go Greek at Gyromania Grill

greek cheeseburgeNot known as a hamburger joint, this restaurant sells a lot more Gyro wraps but the same toppings, including tzatziki sauce go great on top of their standard 5oz. patty.  Add a few strips of Gyro meat and some feta cheese crumbles and you’ve got a Greek Cheeseburger! They have priced it the same as their standard double-cheeseburger for only $7.70.

Gyromania Grill has 3 stores, one in Coral Springs, one in Boca Raton (Garden Shops) and another along 441 in Wellington.  Find more details at



Black Angus Build-it-yourself Burger at Galuppi’s

chili-cheeseburgerOur choice for the most under-rated restaurant for burgers is Galuppi’s in Pompano Beach.  Their menu only lists two hamburgers, one with the standard toppings for $10.50 and another one with hickory BBQ sauce, jalapeño jack cheese,applewood smoked bacon, crispy onion straws for $12.00 including fries.  We recommend either due to the high quality meat and expert grilling.  However, if you look at the menu closely, you’ll see that you can add various toppings for a little extra.  So we started out with their standard 8 oz. black angus burger and added chili and cheese toppings.  It was a little messy but well worth it!   Sit outside on the patio and you’ll love the view too!

Galuppi’s Restaurant & Patio-Bar is located at 1103 N. Federal Hwy in Pompano Beach.  For more information, visit their website or call (954) 785-0226.

Like a bargain?

Burgers Tuesdays

Brendan’ Sports Pub in Pompano Beach offers 2-for-1 burgers and steak-fries every Tuesday so you can celebrate National Cheeseburger Day all year round!

Check out more bargains on our updated calendars of Daily Dinner Deals around town.


Aug 172018
tommy the who

The Who’s Tommy is a rock musical with music and lyrics by Pete Townshend based on The Who’s 1969 rock opera Tommy. The musical originated in San Diego, California, on July 1, 1992. The Broadway theatre debut took place the following year at the St. James Theatre and closed on June 17, 1995, after 899 performances.  The play subsequently was produced by various touring companies throughout North America and Europe.  In Boca Raton, local theater company Q2Q partnered with Boca Black Box to bring the show to Boca Raton on August 16,  19, 23 and 26, 2018.

About Tommy

Based on the iconic 1969 rock concept album, The Who’s Tommy tells the story of a pinball-playing, deaf, mute and blind boy who triumphs over his adversities. Theatrical wizard Des McAnuff translated this five-time Tony Award-winning musical into a high-energy, one-of-a-kind musical theater event featuring music and lyrics by Pete Townshend. After witnessing the accidental murder of his mother’s lover by his father, Tommy is traumatized into catatonia and, as the boy grows, he suffers abuse at the hands of his sadistic relatives and neighbors. As an adolescent, he’s discovered to have an uncanny knack for playing pinball and, when his mother finally breaks through his catatonia, he becomes an international pinball superstar.

To fully appreciate all that this musical has to offer, read the act by act description via Wikipedia.

tommy boca black box


General Admission: $30  VIP $40

Purchase online at:

A limited number of discount tickets may be online via our partner: Goldstar

Aug 072018

The Symphony of the Americas, a designated Major Cultural Institution in South Florida’s Broward County, and Broward Center for the Performing Arts performance partner, presents internationally acclaimed guest artists from around the globe. Its 30th Anniversary season celebration continues this July and August, with its acclaimed summer music festival presenting one month of performances throughout Florida and the Americas.
Refreshing cool waters and the Oscar winning movie Shape of Water, are all inspirations for Ft. Lauderdale’s own Symphony of the Americas annual Summerfest – The Shape of Music.

As the longest running music festival in Florida, the masterful sounds of
Summerfest’s Chamber Orchestra will reach audiences in corners of the world who have never before experienced the exhilaration of live orchestral performance, as well as perform for thousands throughout South Florida, including a July 21st concert in its performance home, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

Summerfest traditionally features musicians and soloists from acclaimed orchestras throughout Europe, including Mission Chamber Orchestra of Rome, the Hungarian Virtuosi, I Musici (Italy), Orchestra Symphonique du Mont Blanc (France), and others, performing several styles of classical and popular music for strings, all joined in a cultural exchange by principal musicians of our own Symphony of the Americas. Summerfest outreach includes a July week of performances for residents and students of Panama in partnership with the US Embassy, Bern Resorts, Junior Achievement and Rotary Clubs.

Presented in association with Europe’s Musicfor, the festival aligns with their international mission of promoting music, donating musical instruments and their work with young students. More than 10 different countries are represented on stage at Summerfest concerts.

Nourish your artistic soul under the baton of Artistic Director, Maestro James Brooks-Bruzzese, in the music of Bach, Handel, Saint-Saens, Mozart, Delibes, Ginastera and the legendary Argentinian, Carlos Gardel. Included also is a commissioned composition by Italian composer in residence, Lorenzo Turchi-Floris, Soloists are the festival’s Concertmaster, Orlando Forte of Cuba, the Symphony of the Americas Principal Oboe, Marco Key-Navarrete and acclaimed international organist Tim Brumfield, among

Summerfest features two performances of varied musical repertoire in a special 2-Night CONCERT SERIES SUBSCRIPTION: Fri. July 20 at St. Gregory’s Boca Raton, and Sat. July 21 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, both at 7 pm. Tickets begin at just $ 30 per person for the Series.
Summerfest is sponsored in part by Riverside Hotel, ACE Rent-a-Car, Wells Fargo, Helen Ingham Foundation, Il Circolo, Musicfor, Broward Cultural Council & Board of County Commissioners and the Madelyn Savarick Trust.

Maestro James Brooks-Bruzzese, Artistic Director

Sat. July 14 John Knox Village . 2:00 PM
Pompano Beach, FL Musical Program One
Box Office 954-783-4040 Closed to the Public
Sat. July 14 Miramar Cultural Center Theatre 7:30 PM
Miramar, FL Musical Program One

Sun. July 15 Tradition of the Palm Beaches 2:00 PM
West Palm Beach, FL Musical Program Two

Thurs. July 19 Dor Dorim Auditorium 7:00 PM
Weston Philharmonic Society Musical Program Two
Weston, FL $30 / $50 VIP / $10 students

Fri. July 20 St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church 7:00 PM
Boca Raton, FL Musical Program Two
Info. 561–395-8285 $20 | VIP $45 (VIP seat &

Sat. July 21 Broward Center for the Performing Arts 7:00 PM
~ Amaturo Theater Musical Program One
Fort Lauderdale, FL $20 / $35 / $60 VIP seat & post954-462-0222

Sun. Aug. 5 Sunrise Civic Center Theatre 2:00 PM
Sunrise, FL Musical Program Two

Thur. Aug. 9 Susan B. Katz Theater 7:00 PM
Pembroke Pines, FL Musical Program Two

Fri. Aug. 10 Pompano Beach Cultural Center 7:30 pm
954-545-7800 Musical Program Two $20 / $35 cabaret seating w/

Sat. Aug. 11 Miami Lakes Methodist Church 7:30 PM
Miami Lakes, FL Musical Program One

Sun. Aug. 12 Cultural Council of Indian River County 2:00 PM
Christ by the Sea, United Methodist, Vero Beach Musical Program One
772-770-4857 $35

Summerfest 2018

Jul 232018

So you’re in a cover band and it’s Monday morning. Time to get out the checklist!  Where will you be performing this coming weekend?  Do you have a Facebook event page set up to invite friends and fans? Do you have a simple flyer that shows where and when you will be performing?  Have you emailed your fan base? (What do you mean you don’t have an email list!?) Is your cover band listed on the calendar at or whatever website serves the area where you are playing? Is your Facebook and website band pages showing an up-to-date list of all your upcoming gigs? How about the venue where you are playing – do they have your band listed on their Facebook page and website? This isn’t rocket science! 🚀 

Here are some tips and basic instructions for those of you who are new to all of this.

Facebook Event Pages

Whether you are in a cover band or a solo act, Facebook event pages serve two purposes.  First, they act like a calendar.  If you click on the EVENTS tab on any band’s page, you can see where they will be performing and where they have been previously.  Second, they are a great way to spread the word.  Here are some tips based on my experience:

  1. Make sure the event page is set up under the band’s page, NOT your personal page.
  2. Upload a cover photo that is appealing to the eye and does not look like your band is rehearsing a garage filled with junk.
  3. Make sure the title is catchy like a newspaper headline and includes both the band’s name and the venue’s name.  This will make it easier to find when anyone searches Facebook using either name.
  4. Fill in ALL of the blanks.  That means writing out a description that talks about the band, the venue and includes drink specials and any special celebrations such as birthdays and anniversaries.  The more exciting, the better!
  5. There are some metadata blanks that are used by Facebook to better understand when they should show your event to people who are interested in other events that are similar.  So, for category, be sure to indicate MUSIC.  Is there anything else?  For tags, you might have to try a few different keywords before you figure out which ones are in the Facebook dictionary.  For  example Nightlife, Drinks, Dance Music, etc… You won’t find Rock Music or Party or other keywords that you might think should be there but work with what is available – you only get to use three.
  6. If you look carefully, you will see another blank for co-host.  Be sure to add the venue as co-host so that when they accept it, your event will automatically be listed on their Facebook page.  If the venue is not showing up as a valid name, visit their page on a separate browser and look for the menu option “Like as page” then make sure your page likes the venue page and ask the venue to like yours.  Note that this is not the same as you personally LIKEing their page.
  7. Ask each band member to RSVP and invite friends from their personal Facebook page who live within driving distance of the venue. I always find it ironic when I get invitations from cover bands and less people RSVP than exist in the band itself. Also, be careful who you invite! The worst thing you can do is invite out of town friends and then have them comment “wish I could attend but I am attending your aunt’s birthday party in Rhode Island”. Also, try not to invite musicians from other cover bands who you know will have a gig the same night as your event.  They will end up leaving comments advertising their gig instead and that’s a faux-pas as far as Facebook etiquette in my book.
  8. If you run into technical difficulties with any of the above, it might be due to the fact that Facebook mobile is not exactly the same as the desktop version which usually offers more features.


Make a Flyer

Why is it that you have a cover band filled with artistic people but nobody knows the first thing about using Photoshop?  No problem! Try my favorite online tool that is so easy to use that even a non-artsy person such as myself can make a decent looking flyer in just a few minutes.  Here’s the link:  It’s free! Here are some tips:

  1. Set yourself up with a username and password. They will then let you store all of your creations at no charge at all!
  2. Pick a size and shape for your flyer or click the button that says “use custom dimensions” and use a minimum of 500 px for the width and 700 px for the length if you want a standard 5×7 vertical flyer.
  3. Click the UPLOADS button in the side menu and upload your band’s photo, logo and venue logo while you’re at it.
  4. Drag the uploaded  images onto your blank canvas and stretch them to make them bigger or smaller depending on where you want them placed.
  5. Add text using the TEXT button.  Try not to use too many different fonts no matter how excited you might be about making your first flyer. Be sure to include the time, date, location and phone number of the venue (not your band’s phone number!).  Optionally, add in the venue’s website.
  6. Click DOWNLOAD and save your creation to your laptop or phone.  It’s that easy!
  7. Now that you have a flyer, you can share it with the other band members on Facebook by simply tagging them in your post.  You can also post it on Instagram and Twitter.


Email your fans and followers

Don’t have an email list?  Set one up using and they’ll give you all the tools to create professional looking email blasts with up to 2000 emails for FREE!  They will even give you the code to insert a sign-up form on both your website and Facebook page.


Submit your gigs to websites that will list them for free

Don’t assume everyone uses Facebook.  And even if they do and your page has thousands of followers, Facebook will only show your posts to a select number.  Find new ways to reach people.  Here are a few websites you can use to get your gigs showing up on Google when people are searching for live music in their area:


  1. WeekendBroward – Lists live music, comedy, karaoke, and more on hour by hour calendars specifically for Broward county (Fort Lauderdale area) and Palm Beach county (generally Boca Raton to West Palm Beach).  Submit using this link several days to weeks ahead of time:
  2. Eventbrite – A great source for upcoming events in any city.  Create a free account and anytime you create a gig, it will be saved so that the next time you play at the same venue, you can simply hit the copy button (under manage events tab) and within minutes, your event will be live on the internet.  Here’s the link to get started:
  3. Yelp Events – Since Yelp is at the top of Google’s search results for just about anything, why not take advantage and submit your gig using their EVENTS tab.  Once again, set up a personal Yelp account if you don’t already have one, then look for the EVENTS option on their main menu.  Get started at:

You can easily find many more websites to submit your events by using Google or Bing to search for “Live Music in (insert city)” and look at page 1 results.  You might be surprised at what you find!

Good luck!

It took me years to learn all of the above but I’m sharing this with you because there’s nothing worse than playing to an empty room, especially if your band is any good, right!?  If you want to speak with me, one-on-one, with personal help with any of the above, you can reach me via the contact-us page on this website.  If you just want to buy me a virtual drink 🍸for helping you out, there’s a DONATE button on the About-Us page.

Best of luck!

Rob “Weekend” Concierge


Jul 102018
Rock the Dock

Shooters Waterfront kicks off its’ annual Rock the Dock concert series this Saturday, July 14th, the first of three monthly outdoor musical performances hosted at the popular waterfront restaurant. The three-part weekend event will take place on July 14, August 18, and September 29 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Guests will enjoy live, classic Rock ‘n’ Roll performed by South Florida’s beloved local bands as well as food and drink specials on the sparkling Intracoastal Waterway.

The summer soiree will take place on Shooters’ lawn, and the party will span the venue’s more than 4,000 square feet of breathtaking waterfront space, offering a prime location for guests to arrive by land or sea.

The Fourth Annual Rock the Dock Concert Schedule Includes:

Saturday, July 14, 2018

• The Livesays – 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
• Big Rock Band – 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Saturday, August 18, 2018

• Jeffrey James Gang – 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
• True Rumours: The Definitive Fleetwood Mac Show – 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Saturday, September 29, 2018

• Pee Wee Lewis and the Hues – 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
• The Pixels – 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Shooters Waterfront is located on the Intracoastal Waterway just south of Oakland Park Boulevard. Rock the Dock concerts are free and open to the public. The restaurant boasts 340 feet of dockage and valet parking. For reservations, please call 954.566.2855.

About Shooters Waterfront:

Shooters Waterfront proudly embodies the memories and historic spirit of good times, great food and incredible views of the Intracoastal Waterway. After the 2014 remodel, Shooters reemerged as a destination restaurant with a modern look and new menu serving as Ft. Lauderdale’s best take on waterfront dining. The new ownership has successfully revitalized the restaurant while preserving Shooters’ one-of-a-kind atmosphere that loyal customers have come to know and love. From the sophisticated outside lounge to the contemporary dining room accompanied by three state-of-the-art bars, patrons can enjoy scenic Intracoastal Waterway views from day into night. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner, with a popular weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday (dogs welcome). Boasting 340 feet of dockage and complimentary valet parking, guests are welcome to arrive by land or sea. For more information, visit or call 954.566.2855.

Rock the Dock