August's Full Moon Party
Live Music. Drink. Dance. Party.
These sultry summer nights are begging for a late night beach party. August's Full Moon Party will be full on Americana with Rick Monroe's Band as the headline. Check back for more details!
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm: Outshyne:
With half a million road miles and over ten years together, they have weathered all types of adversity and setbacks. Some how when they should have given up, they keep on putting out music. The longevity and determination says a lot about their character and desire to make music. They have had a #1 on Sirius/XM the Highway with "Moonlight Crush". They have played some of the best venues and biggest festivals in the U.S. such as "Taste of Country" in New York and CMAfest in Nashville along with many others. They have shared the stage with Jake Owen, Keith Urban, Darius Rucker, Neal McCoy, Colt Ford, Corey Smith and Gary Allan just to name a few.
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm: Rick Monroe's Band:
World-class entertainer, Rick Monroe brings his music and a magnetic presence wherever he goes. With a down-to-earth Country resonance, Monroe is no stranger to the stage: he’s performed in 17 countries – and every U.S. state except for Oregon. The seven-time Jagermeister Country Brand Ambassador has opened for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Aaron Lewis, Eli Young Band, Charlie Daniels Band, Dwight Yoakam, Montgomery Gentry, Patty Loveless, Trick Pony, Emerson Drive, Pat Green, Randy Houser, Josh Thompson and more; entertained former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, and U.S. troops in Vietnam. Last year alone he traveled over 100,000 miles and played over 120 shows.
Rick grew up in a variety of places - California, Connecticut, Kansas, North Carolina, even England, and his love of music and outgoing personality naturally drew him to the stage. Now based in Nashville, Monroe, believes GYPSY SOUL shows the kind of diversity he can offer as an artist. He says, “I'm not so linear in my approach to music; I'm more diversified. My influences range from A to Z and I always try to put that into my music. But my home base will always be Country because it's not just about the hype of an idea; it's based on songs.” Fans can expect to hear a wide range of material – but Rick promises that it will all be quality. If his chart success is any indication, it’s clear Monroe knows what folks want to hear – and he’s eager to give them exactly that.