August's Full Moon Party with American Dinosaur
Live Music. Drink. Dance. Party.
Celebrate August's Full Moon with a beach party and live music! This month, we're featuring Jojo Squirrel, DJ Stu, American Dinosaur, and Aerial Elements acrobats with aerial silks and fire performances! Come drink, dance, and party on the beach.
1:00 pm - Jojo Squirrel & The Homepickles
5:00 pm - DJ Stu
6:00 pm - American Dinosaur
Jojo Squirrell & The Home Pickles:
Made up of vocalists Mike Kavanaugh (Rhythm Guitar), Jevon Daly (Lead Guitar), Gary Pratt (Bass), and Jon Bruner (Drums), JoJo Squirrel performs classic rock and contemporary hits from the Beatles, Eagles, Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead, Doobie Brothers, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, and many more to get you on your feet.
American Dinosaur is a 4 piece stoner rock group out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rock is a label that seems to be thrown around rather loosely these days, but they are truly a Rock and Roll band. The kind of Rock and Roll that you have been searching for since the 70s. Yes, that well written, soul grabbing, face melting Rock and Roll with a new space age twist.
Established in August of 2013, American Dinosaur the band spent their first year together learning and recording their debut self titled album 'American Dinosaur' which was released in April of 2015 both digitally and physically. After the band won the 2nd Annual PHL Live Center Stage, the band experienced great success, first playing a Live @ 5 on Radio 104.5 Philadelphia’s iHeartradio Alternative powerhouse.
In February of 2016, the band began recording their follow up EP entitled One For the Birds at MilkBoy Studios in Philadelphia with Tommy Joyner. The EP was released to great acclaim, with the debut single in rotation on 88.5 WXPN in Philadelphia. The song “Sweepstakes” has received heavy airplay from WXPN, sparking support from Helen Leicht’s Philly Local program, and enthusiasm from Operations Manager and World Cafe talent producer Dan Reed who says,
“Some real rock & roll just when the format desperately needs it… our core audience grew up with the AMERICAN DINOSAUR sound, and yours did too…”