Seven Days Out is your guide to entertainment events, concerts, festivals and activities in Escambia and Santa Rosa County.
Jazz Gumbo: Jazzing up the Beach Boys
5:30 p.m., doors; 6:30 p.m., program; Monday June 20. Seville Neighborhood, 130 E. Government St. Jazz Pensacola President Fred Domulot and his “Good Vibrations” gang present June’s Jazz Gumbo, Jazz Interpretations of Brian Wilson & The Beach Boys. Musicians include Fred Domulot, drums/vocals; John Link, keyboards/sax/vocals; Cynthia Domulot, keyboards/vocals; Donovan Murdorf, bass; Michael Lett, sax; and Jensen Cadenhead, percussion. $10 each for Jazz Pensacola members and guests, $12 for non-members, free for students with ID and uniformed military. Also join Jazz Pensacola at this event and admission is free. Appetizer includes a cup of seafood gumbo. More info: 850-433-8382 or jazzpensacola.com.
Monday night blues
7 p.m. Monday, June 20. Seville Neighborhood, 130 E. Government St. The Seville Neighborhood and Blues Society of Northwest Florida bring the “blues” back to the Seville neighborhood entertainment district. The event features live blues music and “BBQ and Bud” food and drink specials. More information: 850-434-6211 or sevillequarter.com.
Groups on the beach
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21. Gulfside Pavilion at Casino Beach, Pensacola Beach. Pensacola Beach’s popular outdoor summer concert series featuring artists for every musical taste. With a lineup of regional artists, Bands on the Beach offers an eclectic musical experience all summer long. This week features Elvis Remembered. Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Free. More information: 850-932-2257 or visit pensacolabeach.com.
Tuesday night jazz
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 21. Seville neighborhood, 130 E. Government St. Enjoy jazz with Melodious Allen and The Funk Heads at Lili Marlene’s. More information: 850-434-6211 or sevillequarter.com.
10th Annual Dinner with Strings Tied
5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 23. Jackson’s Steakhouse, 400 S. Palafox St. As the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra enters its 97th season, it is dedicated to promoting community well-being through engaging musical activities, like this special performance at Jackson’s. This is an opportunity that will offer newcomers and symphony enthusiasts a dinner show by musicians from the Pensacola Symphony; Stephanie Riegle, flute; and Katie Ott, harp. Musical selections will include a variety of favorite classics and light pop. Guests will enjoy a range of musical styles. More info: jacksonsrestaurant.com.
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Tunes by the Dunes Concert Series
7 p.m. Thursday, June 23. Navarre Beach Marine Park, 8705, boul. Gulf, Navarre. Tunes by the Dunes is a series of free spring concerts held on Thursday nights. Enjoy a relaxing evening listening to local music and food vendors. Spectators are encouraged to bring their own beach blankets and lawn chairs. Organized by the Navarre Beach Chamber of Commerce. This week features the Glenn Parker Band. Free. More information: 850-939-3267 or navarrechamber.com/tunes-by-the-dunes.
A chorus line
7:30 p.m. Thursday to Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday from June 10 to 26. Pensacola Little Theatre, 400 S. Jefferson St. Enjoy a superb musical concept that captures the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition. Exploring the inner lives and bittersweet ambitions of professional Broadway performers, the show features one powerful number after another. Memorable musical numbers include “What I Did for Love”, “One”, “I Can Do That”, “At the Ballet”, “The Music and the Mirror”, and “I Hope I Get It”. pensacolalittletheatre.com.
Slow Bike Ride in Pensacola
6 p.m. Friday, June 24. 11 Palafox Place, Suite C. Pass the historic buildings and businesses of Blount and Brent. The journey will take approximately one hour and 10 minutes, at a relaxed pace. No one will be “dumped” or left behind. Children must be at least 10 years old to ride a bike and 10-16 year olds must be accompanied by an adult. No animals are allowed on the rides. Cyclists under 16 must wear a helmet by law; Ages 16 and up, helmets are recommended but not required by law. More information: 850-687-9968 or email@example.com.
Mystery Dinner Theater: Death of a Pirate
6 p.m., doors; 7 p.m., show; Friday and Saturday June 24 and 25. Seville Neighborhood, 130 Government Street E. Seville Neighborhood and Improbable Cause Mystery Theater presents: A Pirate’s Death for Me! Pirate Murder Mystery Dinner Theater Show. $65. For ages 18 and up. More information: 850-434-6211 or sevillequarter.com.
Anjelah Johnson Reyes
8 p.m. Friday, June 24. Saenger Theatre, 118 S. Palafox St. Anjelah Johnson-Reyes became an internet sensation with her viral video, “Nail Salon”, which led to numerous stand-up, television and film opportunities. That same year, she joined the cast of “MADtv” as a series regular, which spawned another internet sensation, “Bon Qui Qui”. This quirky character, a disgruntled, unfiltered fast-food employee, has been enjoyed, seen, and replicated by over 65 million people worldwide. Tickets start at $39.75. More information: 850-595-3880 or pensacolasaenger.com.
Wig’n Out Dance Party
8 p.m. Friday, June 24. Vinyl Music Hall, 2 S. Palafox St. Wig’n Out is a DJ-led dance party where the DJ spins the best 70s/80s dance hits to get the crowd dancing. The evening includes great tunes, favorite dance hits, a wild room of wiggly attendees, souvenir mugs, video surprises, a professional photographer with a photo booth setup, and branded merchandise. Free, but ticket reservations are required. For ages 18 and up. More info and ticket details: vinylmusichall.com.
Pensacola Bud Light Fishing Rodeo
From Saturday 25 to 26 June, from 12:01 p.m. to Sunday 6:00 p.m. Flounder’s Chowder House, 800 Quietwater Beach Road, Pensacola Beach. Cash rewards and prizes await the angler who weighs in on the top three fish of 21 different species. In addition to the rodeo, there is the Step One Automotive King Mackerel Challenge with separate buy-in and cash and prizes awarded to the boat that brings in the biggest king mackerel. There is also the In-Shore Challenge and the Academy Sports and Outdoors Junior Rodeo. More information and prize details: pensacolasports.org.
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Pups for Pride Paw-rade and Drag Fashion Show
6:00 p.m. Saturday, June 25. Perfect Plain Brewing Co., 50 E. Garden St. “Drag out” for an evening of fun to strut your stuff in and celebrate Pride Month. Participants will be able to choose their drag song, strut their stuff and show off their skills for a chance to win three prizes. The perennial will be decked out with rainbow decor and the perfect backdrop for puppy pride photos. Drag queen Raven Samore will host the event and mingle with all attendees. Admission: $30 per dog. More info: www.wolfgangparkandbrews.com.
Rumors – A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac
7 p.m., doors; 8 p.m., show; Saturday June 25. Vinyl Music Hall, 2 S. Palafox St. Formed in 2014, Rumors took the United States by storm with their scorching renditions of Fleetwood Mac songs. Fans across the country say Rumors is the band to see if you’re looking for an authentic recreation of live Fleetwood Mac shows. In just under five years, the band have earned a reputation as the best Fleetwood Mac Tribute band and have also made fans internationally. $20. For all ages. More info and ticket purchase: vinylmusichall.com.
Blues on the Bay
6 p.m. on Sunday, June 26. Community Maritime Park Hunter Amphitheatre, 301 W. Main St. This free concert series is one of the most popular events for locals and visitors alike to spend the last hours of their weekend listening to great music with their family and friends in a great atmosphere. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring coolers and lawn chairs. Guests of all ages are encouraged to enjoy the cool bay breezes while listening and dancing to some of the area’s top musical talent. This week features Still Standing. More information: 850-436-5670.
red clay lost
7 p.m., doors; 8 p.m., show; Sunday June 26. Vinyl Music Hall, 2 S. Palafox St. The Red Clay Strays are the hardest working band in the business. True, unyielding road warriors with an old soul, these men of music have the guts to give the world the best music and experience it’s ever had. The group released their debut single, “Good Godly Woman,” in 2019 and followed it up with “No Way To Know” in 2020. $10. For all ages. More info and ticket purchase: vinylmusichall.com.
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