THE EYE

Seawalk Music Festival

Lyndsy Serdynksi, Kenneth Lee, Samantha Wilbur
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Lisa Heise, Bryan Meyer
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Rachael Warfield
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Roberto of The Big Kahuna
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Fusebox Funk
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The crowd came early to get their seats and enjoy the sunshine.
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Local vendors
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Bungee seats and inflatable slides were provided for children.
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Scott Brightman, Brittany Haggard
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Be Easy
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The crowd began pouring in during the late afternoon.
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Ben Hardy, Bruce Dellasla
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Ryan Campbell of Split Tone, Esther Abel, Candace Collins, Ben Hardy, Bruce Dellasla, Tessa Parise, Matt Powe
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Hoola-hoopers were in abundance as the festival atmosphere took over the pavilion.
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Matt Powe, Tessa Parise
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Kyle Frasier, Evan Peeples
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Danka
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DJ EL to MC
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Steve Tasker, Michelle Saint Aubin, Ryan Driggs, Christina McCollough
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Mama Blue
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Hundreds came out to the Community First Seawalk Music Festival June 15 to enjoy the local musicians, vendors and food trucks. Mama Blue kicked off the event at noon with her jazz performance. Following the smooth jazz was the upbeat tempo and always energetic Danka as they played an array of originals while putting their twist on crowd favorites such as Bob Marley. Be Easy took the stage next with an acoustic set of original songs and covers of Michael Jackson hits. Rachael Warfield filled the air with her unmistakable voice. Fusebox Funk got the crowd moving with their original funk and hip-hop. Then local favorite Split Tone took the stage to a packed pavilion as they kept the crowd dancing into the night.

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