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Hullabaloo has been making music for kids and families for eightteen years. They’ve performed their own brand of foot-stomping, wing-flapping, free-range, organic kid folk across the United States at large festivals and tiny backyard parties. Steve Denyes sings and strums the guitar, Shawn Rohlf plays the mandolin and Brendan Kremer holds it all together on the cajon.

Saturday – 10 am

Sunday – 10 am

Welcome to the worlds biggest celebration of the music of Jimmy Buffett!

Parrot Heads & Pirates flock to hear all the hits from San Diego’s awesome Celebration of Jimmy Buffett.

Expect to be doing a lot of dancing, singing and the occasional sipping of adult beverages. Bring your Hawaiian shirts & salt shakers as we spread the gospel of Jimmy’s Caribbean style hits & hymns… making sure you have a lot of fun while we do it.

Jimmy’s Buffet Always Serves:

  • Crowds Love Jimmy everyone loves the songs, sings & dances

  • All The Songs for a full catalog of hits, deep cuts & a few surprises

  • Authentic Buffett Sound with live Congas, Steel Drums & Melodies

  • Wildly Fun Show with Dancing Sharks, Tiki Towers, Palm Trees & More

  • Proven Professionals having vibed from 100 to 5,000 person shows

  • Boon for Businesses driving record F&B and repeat ticket sales

    Our Captain Chris Maddox has the vocal chops of a pro, performing all over the United States the past 12 years. Chris went viral as the “Crisis Crooner” during lockdown, helping to raise over $150 Thousand for the San Diego Food Shelter. He has been featured on Inside Edition, Ellen’s Gameshow, CBS 8, KUSI 9, and more.

    Experience the Trop-Rock sensation that keeps it Summer year round!

Join us as TWISTED GYPSY celebrates and REINVENTS the timeless music of the legendary FLEETWOOD MAC.

“MORE THAN JUST A TRIBUTE”, Twisted Gypsy takes you back to the early days of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip and the heyday of 70’s Rock ’n Roll. They will transport you back in time to memories you forgot you had with their passion, ULTRA HIGH ENERGY, stellar all-live harmonies, fun stage banter AND RAW, TRACK-FREE performances!

Close your eyes and you’ll be blown away by our modern interpretation of the beloved Mac, who’s music and vocals dominated the hearts of the planet.

Not just another tribute band…


that will forever fill your soul …..

The B-Side Players are a 9-piece band part of a new movement in popular music. A band that honors the international cross-pollination that has always made music the universal language. They use any beat that catches their ear, regardless of geography or genre, to create a compelling, horn driven, polyrhythmic groove.

Ginger Roots and The Protectors are a reggae roots band from Encinitas, CA that was Formed in 2012 by frontman Chase (Ginger Roots) and  brother Spencer Brokaw.  The Protectors, the band, is made up of Spencer on percussion, Fully Fullwood on Bass, Stevie Verhault on guitar, Santa Davis on drums and Alex Somerville on Keys as well as other great musicians occasionally. With their roots melodies, worldly lyrics and electric look and performance Ginger Roots continues to gain traction in the Reggae scene. So far in their short career, they have opened for reggae greats like Steel Pulse, Ziggy Marley, Julian Marley, Stephen Marley, Barrington Levy, Pato Banton, Israel Vibrations, Don Carlos, Mykal Rose, Groundation among many others. Ginger Roots has a strong presence in the studio as well, with recording sessions at Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong studio in Jamaica and also Fully Fullwood’s Kitchen Studio. They are currently working on their Third studio album. ‘Don’t Stop The Groove’, and ‘Vibe Maker’ albums are out everywhere right now!

Listen, breathe. The kick drum is thumping in an offset rhythm to your beating heart and the bass is thundering vibrations through your entire body, tuning you into the stage and every other person standing in the crowd. Lightning strikes in your mind as dueling guitar riffs peel away the fog and a keyboard bubble floats loftily like clouds over it all. Then come the lyrics, messages of connection and grace. Ease flows through the entire scene and you’re awoken by the tingle of resonance on your skin. Do you feel it? This is Iya Terra.From roots that reach down to a magma-hot core of metal heavy grooves, up to branches that reach into a pink sky of conscious soundwaves – Iya Terra is constantly climbing. Iya Terra means higher ground, which they seem to find everywhere, whether it be the top of the latest charts or next year’s festival billing.

Iya Terra brings a modern-conscious approach to songwriting in their ever evolving soundscapes: with messages crafted in love & respect. Currently based out of LA, and with members hailing from the west coast, SLC, and Vegas, their powerful rhythm section provides the heartbeat over which scintillating guitar riffs and soothing vocals float melodies of universal resonance.

Iya Terra released their first EP in 2014, then a debut album “Full Circle” in 2015. Then came the album that aligned the stars, “Sacred Sound” debuted at #1 on the reggae charts and the band’s following has swelled ever since. Their third full length release and second reggae chart topping album “Coming to Light” followed in 2019.

Iya Terra has been cultivating a unique sound and following for years, and their upcoming release, “Ease & Grace,” will drop with the band hitting full stride in 2021. The new tunes are produced by EN Young and feature reggae hard-hitters Tribal Seeds, Trevor Hall, Mike Love, Bobby Lee of SOJA, Alborosie, and the legendary David Hinds of Steel Pulse.

But if Iya Terra wants you to know anything, it would be this: just breathe, set your mind at ease, you got your whole life to live. One step at a time, right here, right now, that’s exactly where you want to be. The rest of your life starts today, so come along. Every single word you say, let it be peaceful, meaningful. Speak from your heart, it’s yearning to be.

High Tide Society plays retro soft-rock smash hit songs from the 70’s and early 80’s. Artists such as Christopher Cross, Kenny Loggins, Air Supply, Michael McDonald, Robbie Dupree, Ambrosia, Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, Toto, and anyone else responsible for the smooth sounds that make up the “Yacht Rock” genre.

The sensationally authentic tribute to ABBA

You can dance and jive and have the time of your life! The fABBA Show is the world class homage to 70’s pop sensation ABBA. Featuring a high-energy, full-of-fun, and internationally acclaimed cast that will take you on a glittery, sparkling, and truly magical journey back to the disco and the 70s. The fABBA Show is famous for their flashy stage production, extravagant costumes, exciting choreography, and innate ability to drive an audience wild. Audiences will dance in the aisles and sing at the top of their voices. The fABBA Show doesn’t just plan to give you a night out to remember, they want to change your lives!

A story behind every song…

Dave Wakeling is a hell of a nice guy! Dave loves to tell you the stories behind his songs, either from stage or after the show.  Ask any one of the thousands of fans who have met him over the years and that’s what you’ll hear. Never mind that Dave is the singer/songwriter from two of the most popular bands of the end of the millennium, The English Beat and General Public, he’s a stand up man from Brum.  Whether it’s the personal as political in How Can You Stand There, making politics personal in Stand Down Margaret, taking a stand against global warming as he did making Greepeace’s Alternative NRG, or helping little kids stand tall with Smile Train, Dave has always stood for something.

And like the might Redwoods of his adopted home of California (dude!), it’s  easy for Dave to take a stand because of his strong roots…

Hailing from working-class Birmingham, England, Dave and The English Beat entered the music scene in the troubled times of 1979.   When The English Beat rushed on to the music scene it was a time of social, political and musical upheaval. Into this storm came they came, trying to calm the waters with their simple message of love and unity set to a great dance beat.

The six member band consisted of singer/songwriter Dave Wakeling (vocals & guitar), Andy Cox (guitar), David Steele (bass), Everett Morton (drums), Saxa (saxophone) and Ranking Roger (toasting). The band managed to fuse all of their respective musical influences – soul, reggae, pop and punk – into a unique sound that was highly danceable. Along with contemporaries such as The SpecialsThe Selecter and Madness, The English Beat became one of the most popular and influential bands of the British Two Tone Ska movement.

Over the course of three albums, The English Beat achieved great success in their home country, charting several singles into the top 10. In addition to their UK chart success, in America the band found a solid base of young fans eager to dance to the their hypnotic rhythms and absorb their message of peace, love & unity. Their constant touring with iconic bands such as The Clash and The Police helped to boost their popularity in the States.

Despite his huge success, Dave didn’t stop singing and acting on the problems caused by what he called the “noise in this world”. The band donated all the profits from their highly successful single version of “Stand Down Margaret” to the Committee for Nuclear Disarmament. They donated their music to causes including the anti-nuclear benefit album “Life in The European Theatre”, “The World of Music and Dance” album focusing on indigenous people’s art, and lent their voice to The Special AKA’s anthemic song of freedom “Free Nelson Mandela”, to name but a few.

Dave Wakeling once told me that every great band only has three really good albums. And true to form, The English Beat disbanded in 1983, after their third album, “Special Beat Service”.

The end of one chapter and the beginning of a new one…

It was at this point that Dave recruited Roger, Stoker (drums) and Mickey Billingham (keyboards) of Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Horace Panter (bass) of The Specials, and  Clash guitarist Mick Jones to form a new band: General Public.  Their first album, All The Rage, met with phenomenal success, charting high in the U.S., U.K. and even winning the band a coveted Juno award in Canada for Best New Artist in 1984.

After the fantastic success of All The Rage, Dave spent two years writing and recording the follow-up album, Hand to Mouth.  Like Wha’ppen before it, this sophomore effort was more introspective, taking fans along with him on Dave’s continual exploration of the light and dark side of human emotion.  The album was a critical and fan favorite, and spawned two hit singles, Too Much or Nothing and Come Again.

After the second General Public Album, Dave decided to go in a different musical direction and follow his own muse.  Having previously worked in Hollywood with John Hughes on his  iconic film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Dave returned to work for the silver screen, producing the soundtrack and recording the title track for Hughes 1988 film She’s Having a Baby. After that he recorded his first solo record, No Warning.  The album maintained the pop sensibilities for which General Public had been known, and in addition exposed even more of the mind and emotions of the man behind it all.

Forward as one…

After his solo album, Dave decided to put his notoriety to good use, and pursued a full-time position saving the planet at a job with Greenpeace.  This didn’t mean a break from music, just a break from being the lead singer, as he stepped inside the mixing booth to produce the Greenpeace album Alternative NRG.

What made this album outstanding and ground breaking was not just the outstanding roster of rock luminaries Dave convinced to appear on the album, including REMU2Midnight OilUB40Annie Lennoxand Sonic Youth, to name a few, but the fact that it was recorded in 14 separate venues across America using a recording truck powered exclusively by solar power – a 160 square foot, 1,920-watt solar panel array contained in a trailer known as Cyrus. The power produced by the solar array, once converted to AC (the sun is DC), generated enough electricity to meet the needs of an average-size house for several days, and was proof positive of the viability of solar and other forms of alternative energy.

I’ll take you there…

After a metaphorical bump on the head from Elvis Costello for abandoning his post as crooner (a true story, ask Dave about it some time), Dave felt the need to “take us there” one more time.  Dave teamed up with old friends to reform General Public and wrote and released his third GP album, Rub It Better, in 1995.  The album and Dave’s return to the stage were met with an outpouring of critical raves and fan support.  The album provided yet another hot single for Dave, with his infectious reggae remake of an old Staples Singers song, I’ll Take You There, climbing the singles charts and anchoring the soundtrack of the very hip, box office hit Threesome, starring Lara Flynn BoyleStephen Baldwin, and Josh Charles.

Having stricken a whole new group of fans with Beat-madness, Dave then disband General Public in 1996. However, true to his philanthropic bent and always looking to help other musicians out, Dave reformed GP in 1998 to play a benefit concert for Sweet Relief, a wonderful grassroots organization that provides assistance to career musicians.

The English Beat goes on…

Having accepted and embraced his true calling again (thanks Declan) , Dave continued to perform, touring back and forth across the States.  Dave did it old school, touring clubs and playing countless gig from sea to shining sea, re-connecting with his Beat and General Public fans and building a strong and loyal fan base that continues to love his songs and embrace the evolution of his music.

Then, in February 2003, we saw a dream come true for Dave and many Beat fans as the band reunited (no, not on that show) for a mini-tour in the UK, which culminated in their sold-out command performance at the Royal Festival Hall! Dave, Everett, Roger, Blockhead and  the star of the show, Saxa, took the crowd by storm!  It was a magical homecoming for Dave and a really wonderful experience for the fans, with band members and fans gathering from around the globe for a night or irie, ska-ful rock-steady Beat!  Being the hard driving ska legend that he is, however, Dave Wakeling was not content to rest on his laurels after the RFH reunion…

Beat this!

Tongue firmly in cheek, feet on the ground and eyes on the future, Dave takes the stage time and again, touring across the States, Canada, the UK and beyond. He does it for two reasons. First, he loves to play music, period. Second, he sees his job here on Earth to be bringing a message of love, unity and a steady, rhythmic groove of danceable songs with a message to the masses. Fans see him as an icon and to the young bands coming up he’s the elder statesman of ska. His swooning croon has been covered by such rock luminaries as Peter TownshendEddie Vedder and Elvis Costello.

He’s repeatedly referred to in the press now as a “legacy artist” and an “icon”:  he’s wasn’t quite sure what it all meant and thought he might be entitled to some extra initials after his name (he wasn’t).

However, he learned what those terms actually mean early in 2006 when, much to his surprise, bemusement, and eternal joy, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame contacted him and asked him for his  trademark Vox teardrop guitar, to be displayed in a place of honour alongside the axes of Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain.  Truly a wonderful and humbling experience for a working class boy from Brum!

Dave is currently entering a musical renaissance and, still enjoying that legacy moment, he’s now planning on going into the studio to lay down a new album. Dave also continues to tour as The English Beat, as he had done for the last three decades, with an amazing all-star ska backing band (featuring players from The English BeatGeneral Public, and guest stars from the likes of The SpecialsThe Selecter, and other 2Tone bands) playing all the hits of those bands and his new songs.  Expect the unexpected and prepare to be blown away by the ever-changing King of Ska!

One thing that hasn’t and won’t change though, Dave Wakeling remains a hell of a nice guy.

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