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March 9, 2019
S. A1A and South Bridge
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December 7, 2018, 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Marina Square
The children’s activities include a Giant Slide and a bounce house. Have your face painted by Masquerade Expressions.
Arts & crafts vendors will line up in front of the Indian River in Marina Square.
Make sure you bring your appetite when you come to Friday Fest. The food variety includes Greek, Latin, BBQ ribs & chicken, seafood, Americana, and various snack items.
Admission is always FREE at Friday Fest and there is always plenty of food, music, and activities for all ages! Parking Garage is open and free for your parking convenience!
DINE, SHOP, AND ENJOY BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC, DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCE
Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Melody Lane and Avenue A, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Yearly Sponsors of Friday Fest includes: Garber Buick/GMC of Fort Pierce, iHeart Medias WAVE 92.7 and OLDIES 103.7, Billy’s Bounce House, Coca-Cola, Gotta Go Green, Ocean Chiropractic & Health Centers, Macaroni Kid, Park’s Rental, and Southern Eagle Distributing
December 7, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Sunrise Theatre
Ohio-born trumpeter Dominick Farinacci is a technically gifted and lyrical artist with a bent for swinging, straight-ahead jazz. Born in Cleveland in 1983, Farinacci first began playing trumpet in the sixth grade. Along with private lessons, he gained valuable experience attending the Saturday music program at Cleveland’s Tri-C Community College. By the time he entered high school, he was already an accomplished jazz musician, performing regularly around the city.
As a teenager, Farinacci was selected as a member of the prestigious High School Grammy Awards All-Star Big Band in California; an honor he earned three years in a row. Also during high school, he attended the Berklee College of Music Summer Jazz Program and opened for trumpeter Wynton Marsalis at the Tri-C Jazzfest in Cleveland. Based off that performance, Marsalis invited Farinacci to appear on the PBS concert special Live from Lincoln Center: A Tribute to Louis Armstrong.