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The ‘Venice Spring Fling’ is This Saturday!

The third annual Venice Spring Fling will be held this Saturday at Windward Plaza Park from 11am – 7:30pm! Festival promoter Milton Rosenberg has put together the best lineup to hit the beach in a long time, so this FREE event should not be missed! Meet Me at the Pub, The Chuck Dukowski Sextet and The Untouchables will be the last three acts of the day, which is guaranteed to be awesome!

Venice Spring Fling

Attendees should bring lawn chairs and / or blankets to settle in for the day! While you can’t have alcoholic beverages on the beach, The Sidewalk Cafe is located right next to the park and the music can be heard from their patio! The new Bank of Venice (from the owners of the Venice Ale House) will also be open at 80 Windward and offering “Spring Fling” drink specials all day long, so you can grab drinks and food there too!

The Spring Fling performance lineup is as follows: Samba dance act Samba Da Mudanca, acoustic songstress Stephanie Lallouz (Hunny Bunch), American Tribal Style (ATS) Bellydance and Drums, L.A.-based funk and soul band The Mason Affair, psychedelic rock act Corty Byron (with full band), Ya Harissa Bellydance Theater, punk/prog rock newcomers Mars and the Massacre, funk/soul/spoken-word all-star band Scunc (featuring Michael Jost of Sugarbitch and multi-platinum drummer and producer Andy Kravitz), surf rock/reggae band Meet Me at the Pub, The Chuck Dukowski Sextet (Black Flag bassist Dukowski with Milo Gonzalez of Insects vs. Robots), and the quintessential Los Angeles ska band The Untouchables.

Saturday is expected to be sunny and a pleasant 70 degrees!

For more information, click here!

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