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March 9, 2019
S. A1A and South Bridge
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February 28, 2019, All Day
Hollywood stars debut under Fort Pierce skies this season, as “Movies in the Fort” brings big-screen entertainment to local parks for the very first time.
On various Friday nights from January to May, parks in six local neighborhoods will host FREE outdoor movies featuring today’s blockbusters and classic family favorites.
Movies in the Fort gives residents in all parts of the city an opportunity to engage with their neighbors and community. Fort Pierce is committed to increasing access to family-friendly cultural opportunities, and this new movie-series is a perfect example of this work.
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Patrons are also welcome to bring their own picnic dinner. Visit the City’s Facebook page for details about pre-show activities on select movie nights.
Movies, dates and times are subject to change, for more information call 772.467.3031.
February 28, 2019, 7:00 PM @ Sunrise Theatre
Metallica, Deep Purple, Leonard Cohen…the best hits of all-time musical legends come together in Born To Dance, an impressive extravaganza created by award winning group Los Vivancos. Born To Dance. A coral work in which tap-dance, humor, martial arts, musical virtuosity and aerial performances converge to create a beautiful onstage utopia. A concert in which flamenco, symphonic and metal scores alternate with live musical interpretations, an avant-garde wardrobe design and a daring technical production.
With an innovative set design that turns dance into a near balancing act performance, the show is an audacious display of spectacular athleticism, great technical virtuosity and artistic eclecticism. With this work Los Vivancos end a cycle of their careers, concluding a trilogy – 7 Hermanos, Aeternum, Born To Dance that took them nine years to complete. You don’t want to miss this superb show!