The ultimate 90’s party! With a high-energy live band that performs from a list of hundreds of 90s songs, and a DJ who can spin before, after, and in between sets, Saved by the 90s is the world’s best and longest-running 90s party and they’re here to rock your world.
Great Music! Authentic Food!
Family fun for everyone. It’s carnival season and our city’s favorite Fort Mardi Gras returns for its third year bringing fun, food, drinks and authentic music for the whole family to Downtown Ft. Lauderdale. It’s all happening Saturday, February 10th from 4 to 10PM outside on the street and inside the Revolution Live complex at 100 SW Third Avenue in Ft. Lauderdale and admission is FREE!
Come feast on local cajun and creole flavors like Gumbo, Jambalaya, red beans and rice provided by Shuck N Dive! Immerse yourself in authentic Live Music, jesters, mystique and more you’ll have to see to believe!
In the spirit of Mardi Gras and New Orleans we’ll be featuring:
– Fort Mardi Gras returns with the ‘King’ Doc Reno of BIG 105.9FM.
– Shuck N’ Dive will fly in a 1000 pounds of Crawfish boil and we’ll be shucking on fresh Louisiana oysters
– Louisiana’s drink specials like Hurricanes, Daiquiris, Ice cold beer such as Abita and more
– Krewe Stage with authentic New Orleans sounds, live music and pop up burlesque shows
– Music by The Rockin Jake Band and music by the brass all stars
– Crawfish Chow Down and Oyster Eating contests
– Beads and a face painting station for the kids
– The Bazaar, a marketplace full of top regional independent and craft artists will line up the streets.
The event is sponsored by Big 105.9, Shuck N’ Dive, Bud Light, Abita Brewing Company, Sazerac, Southern Comfort and Damn Good Hospitality. Also, mark your calendars to wrap up the Mardi Gras celebration at Shuck N’ Dive for Fat Tuesday March 28th.
Tickets go on sale Friday November 17
The Revolution formed in 1979 when Prince joined drummer, Bobby Z and keyboardist Matt Fink. Over the next four years, several formations would emerge until finally Prince found the band he felt could master the challenging musicality of his vision. The legendary final line-up included Lisa Coleman on keyboards/piano, Wendy Melvoin on guitar and Brown Mark on bass. The Revolution was credited on three Prince studio-albums, Purple Rain, Around the World In a Day and Parade while some members also played on 1999, Controversy, Dirty Mind, Around The World in A Day and Sign O The Times. Together, they earned multiple #1 hits, as well as two Grammy® Awards and an Oscar, with the song “Purple Rain,” for Best Original Song Score in 1985.
Rumours has meticulously put together a show that spares no detail. Rumours recreates Fleetwood Mac’s legendary persona, in all its youthful glory from 1975-1987. From period accurate equipment and costumes to spot on characterizations and musical performances, Rumours takes you back to a time when music was still an unbridled cultural experience and bands weren’t afraid to put on a show. Relive the rock and roll magic with Rumours.
SIZZLA Kalonji in Concert backed by the Firehouse Band
Friday, September 22nd 2017
Sizzla Kalonji and Allstar friends
backed by Supa Twitch | Dutty Dex | Waggy Tee
Doors Open 10PM | Showtime Midnight
Revolution Live 100 SW 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Early Bird $25 (Limited Availability) General Admission $35 VIP Meet & Greet $55
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Tickets Available at the Revolution Box Office or on Ticketmast.com
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The Reverend Horton Heat is perhaps the most popular psychobilly artist of all time. The Reverend (as both the three-man band and its guitar-playing frontman were known) built a strong cult following through constant touring, manic showmanship, and a twisted sense of humor. The latter was nothing new in the world of psychobilly, of course, and Heat’s music certainly kept the trashy aesthetic of his spiritual forebears. The Reverend’s true innovation was updating the psychobilly sound for the alternative rock era. In his hands, it was something more than retro-obsessed kitsch — it had roaring distorted guitars, it rocked as hard as any punk band, and it didn’t look exclusively to pop culture of the past for its style or subject matter. Most of The Reverend’s lyrics were gonzo celebrations of sex, drugs, booze, and cars, and true to his name, his concerts often featured mock sermons in the style of a rural revivalist preacher.
After two decades spent chiseling their unique, multi-genre infused sound, Dirty Heads have finally come into their own. Following in the footsteps of their California brothers Sublime, Huntington Beach’s Dirty Heads mix hip-hop, reggae, and rock along with that laid-back South Cali attitude. Since the release of their 2008 debut Any Port in a Storm, the five-piece band—Jared Watson (vocals), Dustin “Duddy B” Bushnell (vocals/guitar), Jon Olazabal (percussion), Matt Ochoa (drums) and David Foral (bass)—has consistently experimented with their sunny style, leaning heavily on reggae fused with hip-hop cornerstones and scaling back for more acoustic fare, darting between extremes.
Grunge Fest! Nirvanna (Nirvana Tribute) & Facelift (Alice in Chaine Tribute)
Tickets on sale now
Songwriter. Guitarist. Singer. Bandleader. At only 20 years of age, Marcus King’s dazzling musical
ability is evident throughout The Marcus King Band. Operating within the fiery brand of American
roots music that King calls "soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock," it highlights King’s gorgeous,
rough-hewn vocals, soaring guitar work and heartfelt songwriting all amidst a group of masterful
musicians who, together, are quickly becoming one of the country’s most sought after live acts. Raised in
Greenville, South Carolina, King was brought up on the blues, playing shows as a pre-teen sideman with
his father. Going beyond the sonic textures of his acclaimed 2015 debut; The Marcus King Band
broadens his sound, touching upon everything from funky R&B to Southern soul and Americana in the
process. His band gets in on the action too, stacking the songs with blasts of swampy brass, a lock-step
rhythm section and swirling organ. Ever the multi-tasker, King bounces between several instruments,
handling electric and acoustic guitar — as well as pedal and lap steel — while driving each track home
with his soulful, incendiary voice.
The Magpie Salute is an exciting new band that features musicians who have played together for decades throughout various projects and share a musical bond. The band brings Rich Robinson, the guitarist and co-founding member of The Black Crowes, together with two key members of Crowes fame – guitarist Marc Ford and bassist Sven Pipien – alongside drummer Joe Magistro and guitarist Nico Bereciartua. The Magpie Salute marks the reunion of the Robinson and Ford guitar team which ended back in 1997 when Ford left The Black Crowes. The band also boasts a fine cast of vocalists, including lead singer John Hogg (Hookah Brown, Moke), former Crowes singer Charity White and background singers, Adrien Reju and Katrine Ottosen. The term “Magpie Salute” references a British superstition about the imperative to salute a Magpie anytime you see one in order to ward off negativity, or to have a good day. Clearly, The Magpie Salute intends to mix it up, breathing new life into musical bonds, rooted in tradition and the universal language of Rock and Roll.
Trombone Shorty has released “No Good Time,” the third single from Parking Lot Symphony, the Blue Note debut by the beloved bandleader, singer, songwriter and horn-blower born Troy Andrews, which comes out this Friday, April 28. The shuffling, bluesy song was written by Troy and the album’s producer Chris Seefried, and features Troy singing and playing trombone, trumpet, keyboards and drums backed by his stellar band and a choir.
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue have also announced an extensive Fall headline tour that kicks off September 14 at ACL Live in Austin, Texas, and includes two nights at Terminal 5 in New York City (October 13-14). Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue comes to Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale for two nights, Friday & Saturday, September 29 & 30 with Dumpstafunk.
The band also plays album release shows tonight in NYC at the Bowery Ballroom, and this Saturday, April 29 in New Orleans at their annual Treme Threauxdown at the Saenger Theatre. Trombone Shorty will also perform on May 7 at the 2017 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, where he has inherited the festival’s prestigious closing set in the legacy of great New Orleans artists like the Neville Brothers and Professor Longhair. A summer co-headline tour with St. Paul & The Broken Bones will include a performance at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on August. 30. For more tour details visit tromboneshorty.com/tour.
General Admission tickets are $36.50 in advance and $40.00 day of show.Fan pre-sales begin Tuesday, April 25 at 10am, with general tickets going on sale Friday, April 28 starting at 10:00 a.m. To purchase tickets go to the Revolution Live Box Office (No Fees at Revolution Box Office), www.livenation.com and all TicketMaster outlets or charge by: 800-745-3000.