The birds are back! Conservation Concert season reboot, Jan. 29

The birds are back! Conservation Concert season reboot, Jan. 29

Acquire Sixx returns to the Tropical Audubon Keystone Stage.

Following a 22-month pandemic hiatus Tropical Audubon Society’s Conservation Concert series will reboot on Saturday, Jan. 29, with Acquire Sixx inaugurating the birding organization’s signature live performance series for the 12th year.

Their volunteerism has established the tempo for other nearby bands to abide by in their footsteps on the storied Doc Thomas Dwelling Keystone Phase.

It is with gratitude and heightened anticipation that Tropical Audubon Culture will open its gates on Saturday, Jan. 29, to members, close friends and neighbors to welcome back again Consider Sixx.
Founding band users Dr. Steve Chavoustie (keyboards/harmonica), Harold Norman (drums) and Dr. Ron Sancetta (vocals) have since been joined by Janet Scarpatetti (vocals), Dr. Enrique Hernandez (bass guitar) and Aaron Whitman (direct guitar).

“We’re stoked to return to Audubon, it’s our favorite all-time venue, and we’re actually into supporting an group that helps protect Biscayne Bay and the Everglades,” Chavoustie reported. “I love the water, appreciate to boat and fish, and glad that we can aid shield our organic resources.”

It was Chavoustie who planted the seed for Tropical Audubon’s Conservation Concert sequence. Although attending a personal memorial provider on the Steinberg Character Middle grounds in 2009, he discovered the property’s massive chickee was in dire have to have of repair and instructed, “Let’s maintain concerts right here and elevate the money for a new thatch!”

Since the inaugural January 2010 live performance, the chickee has been re-thatched two times and proceeds from the Jan. 29 live performance will help thatch a new chickee construction, which replaces the hurricane-battered first that collapsed past winter season.

The neighborhood can assistance raise the new chickee by turning out to delight in Take Sixx’s prosperous repertoire of vintage and modern day hits below the Tropical Audubon oaks.

Tropical Audubon Culture is found at 5530 Sunset Dr. Gates open up at 7 p.m. new music commences at 7:30 p.m. lights out at 10 p.m.

Foods and drink: Taco Refreshing Meals Truck and the donation Fowl Bar showcasing craft brew and a bevy of global wines courtesy of Republic Countrywide Distributing Co. (Masks will have to be worn at the Chicken Bar.)

Tickets are $10 donation for every/particular person little ones 12 and under are

Order tickets below: Proceeds profit cash enhancements to the Steinberg Nature Middle grounds and historic structures.

Confined cost-free parking is accessible by way of the 55th Avenue vehicle gate no cost parking alongside 56th Avenue metered parking on Sunset Drive numerous garage and valet parking selections within just one to a few blocks Metrorail assistance to South Miami Station.

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