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28 June 2019
Backstage Pass at The Music Lot: Reasonable Doubt sponsored by Downtown Dance
$5 Tickets.
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Backstage Pass is back! We have one concert left featuring Reasonable Doubt.We don't have a stage, but we do have a great parking lot at the Center for the Arts, so this year, we're going to rename our series Backstage Pass @ The Music Lot.We'll have everyone's favorite things about the event—drinking, tables, live music, and fun!The concerts will begin at 6:30pm, and the Center for the Arts parking lot will open at 5:30pm.Tickets are $5. Tables are available for purchase at $50. Find more information on the Panama City Center for the Arts website at www.pccenterforthearts.com/backstage-pass.Rain decisions will be made by 4:30 PM on the day of the concert and reschedule dates will be determined and announced should they be necessary.The concerts are made possible by the following organizations: Innovations Federal Credit Union, Hancock-Whitney Bank, Island Junkies, Southern Supply and Downtown Dance.More About Anthony Peebles
Singer/songwriter Anthony Peebles finds inspiration in his life and imagination—from family members to magical places he's traveled or read about. His first instrument was a dulcimer his father built. Then came drums at age 13, and guitar at 16. Having a career in music has always been his dream, and he's been making it a reality for the past few years, touring the country and releasing his debut album earlier this year called “Different Faces.”More about Backstage Pass
Backstage Pass grew out of the Concerts in the Park series begun in 1986, by Florida First Federal and late community leader, Roger Schadd. From 1986 to 2008, free outdoor concerts were held every summer featuring local bands. In order to keep the series going during the recession, Backstage Pass began welcoming guests through the Backstage Door of the Marina Civic Center in 2009, and the first band was “On Call”, led by the late Hulon Crayton. Tickets were $5 (and they still are) and the community embraced it from the first downbeat. We are so grateful to continue this wonderful tradition.
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