Funshine Music Festival: Day 2
Rockin' The Midway at The Funshine Music Festival presented by Tampa Bay Times! This 3 day festival takes place Fri, May 3rd - Sun, May 5th at The Amphitheatre and The Florida State Fairgrounds! With over 30 artists of different musical tastes performing on 6 stages, over 60 rides & attractions and endless beer and food options, this festival has something to please everyone!
Fri, May 3rd: 4pm gates
Train, Phillip Phillips, The Smashing Pumpkins, Cheap Trick, Good Old War, Youngblood Hawke, Dead… Show more
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New York native Kevin Devine began his career fronting emo outfit the Miracle Of 86, but, by 2002, he moved on to solo, semi-acoustic work with CIRCLE GETS THE SQUARE. By the middle of the decade, Devine's two LPs on Triple Crown Records caught the attention of major label Capitol....
Detroit's Ted "the Nuge" Nugent is one of rock's greatest anomalies. Following his run with the Amboy Dukes, Nugent hit the peak of his fame in the mid-1970s playing a high-octane brand of screaming arena rock and putting on one of the most over-the-top stage shows ever....
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An American rock band that started in a Chicago basement in the early ‘70s, Styx went on to fill arenas with their soaring power ballads.
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