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Featured Clematis by Night 7/18/19

Enjoy twice the entertainment all Summer in Paradise long at Clematis by Night!

Headliner: The Holidazed| Reggae, Rock
With very diverse styles, The Holidazed’s five-piece reggae/rock/funk band will create a great ambiance, and in turn, make the audience feel carried away – just like they are on holiday! The band creates progressive, heart-pounding music with modern technological inspiration. Their live show on the Great Lawn will help guests relax and in the famous words of Marley, “don’t worry.”

Opening Act: News From Bree | Rock, Pop, Folk
News From Bree is a South Florida-based trio playing a mix of rock, pop and folk - old and new. Its three members have been active in the local music scene for years, teaching as well as performing and recording with groups, including The Helmsmen, Cardinal Moses, Jahzilla, On Target and Jupiter Jazz Collective. Come get the sound scoop from News From Bree at this rockin’ Clematis by Night.

Searching for Where the Party Begins?  Clematis by Night is it!  This highly popular, award-winning weekly concert series is the place to be for great music, mouth-watering foods, and amazing sidewalk shopping.  Since 1995 the City of West Palm Beach has staged over 1,000 Clematis by Night weekly celebrations on Thursday nights in Downtown West Palm Beach.  For more information, call 561.822.1515 or visit us at wpb.org/events.


  • Start Date: Jul 18, 2019 - 6:00 PM
  • End Date: Jul 18, 2019 - 9:00 PM
  • Phone: 561.822.1515
  • Location: 100 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
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  • Categories: Clematis By Night, Community Events, Concerts, Downtown, Neighborhood Events, Parks and Recreation, WPB Waterfront
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