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Mardi Gras Music Festival

Elektric Voodoo Headlines the Second Annual Mardi Gras Music Festival!
Saturday, March 9, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Lake Concord Park

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Headlining this year’s exciting event is Elektric Voodoo, a 7-piece band from Southern California. Led by Scott Tournet, Elektric Voodoo blends classic Afrobeat, Latin, rock ‘n’ roll, jazz and blues into its own unique genre that tastefully straddles the line between modern and vintage. Rounding out this powerful ensemble with Tournet (vocals, guitar, harmonica) is Matt Bozzone (drums/percussion), Ty Kiernan (congas, timbales, percussion), Travis Klien (tenor sax, keyboards, percussion), Brad Nash (baritone sax, percussion) Willie Fleming (trombone, vocals, percussion), and Luke Henning (bass). Tournet is a founding member of Grace Potter & the Nocturnals.

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This year’s exciting festive event will kick off at 5 p.m. with the Mardi Paw Dog Parade sponsored by the Casselberry Friends of the Park.  The Muttley Krewe of Hounds of all shapes and sizes dressed in Mardi Gras regalia will be on full display with their entourage and  brightly decorated strollers, wagons and carts.  Registration and check-in will be at 4 p.m. near the Art House.  Cost is $5 per pet entry.  Winners will be awarded in several different categories.  Proceeds will benefit Pawmosa Dog Park.

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Bring blankets and chairs and come celebrate an incredible Mardi Gras evening with free entertainment by Elektric Voodoo.  Disabled parking and drop-off is next to the Casselberry Art House (127 Quail Pond Circle) and the front of the Casselberry Police Department (4195 S US Hwy 17-92). General parking is located at the parking lots of Home Depot and Target.

For more information, visit www.casselberry.org or email .

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