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VOL. 22 NO 4                                                                                  APRIL 2021

      Start Me Up – A Tribute To The Rolling Stones

      Takes The Stage At Abacoa On April 17

         Start Me Up brings to the stage a high energy, authentic   Me Up and many other classic hits. The look and sound of      COVID-19 safety  measures remain in  place  for  all
      performance of the Rolling Stones. From the moment the band   Start Me Up is the next best thing to being at a live Rolling   attendees, including:
      takes the stage and to the final song, you will be on your feet   Stones concert!                       • Facial coverings are required for all attendees.
      and singing to dozens of timeless Rolling Stones anthems     Another live music free community concert brought to      • Social distancing guidelines as issued by the CDC
      including Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Brown Sugar, Miss You, Start   Abacoa Amphitheater by Robinson Entertainment and Legends   will be required and the Abacoa Amphitheater capacity
                                                                                 Radio, so make plans to join   has been reduced to 50 percent.
                                                                                 your friends on the lawn at      • Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols, such
                                                                                 the amphitheater on April 17   as the guidelines issued by the CDC, will be followed by
                                                                                 at 7:30 p.m. for this family-  the event producers and sponsors onsite.
                                                                                 friendly event, sponsored by      Live Concerts at Abacoa are proud to present a full
                                                                                 Schumacher Automotive,    year of iconic tribute artists as a free community event!
                                                                                 Jupiter Medical Center, Good   Mark your calendar for these upcoming dates for 2021:
                                                                                 Greek, Harley Davidson,   May 15 – Ticket to the Moon: ELO Tribute
                                                                                 New York Life Agent – Lisa   June 19 – The Caribbean Chillers: Jimmy Buffet Tribute
                                                                                 Sliney, Groovytek, Humana   July 17 – The Beach Buoys
                                                                                 and Stadium Grill.        Aug. 21 – Steely Dan Tribute
                                                                                   This event is free and   Sept. 18 – Almost Abba
                                                                                 open to the public – bring   Oct. 16 – The Petty Hearts: A Tom Petty Tribute
                                                                                 your chairs and blankets   Nov. 20 – China Grove: A Doobie Brothers Tribute
                                                                                 for an evening of live    Dec. 18 – The Essence of Motown
                                                                                 music under the stars in the
                                                                                 beautiful outdoor setting of
                                                                                 Downtown Abacoa.
      Irish Fest Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

      Report and photos
      by Penny Sheltz
         Jupiter Irish Fest was a
      full  day  of  authentic  Irish
      music, food, drinks, dancing
      and fun at Abacoa!
         The  Palm  Beach
      County Pipes and Drums
      and firefighters opened the
      event. Hundreds of residents
      and guests celebrated the
      Irish at Abacoa by sampling
      traditional Irish cuisine like
      shepherd’s pie, corned beef and cabbage, Irish stew, boxty,
      coddle, colcannon and more.
         Folks also enjoyed fine Irish whiskey like Jameson and   for kids and adults alike to win prizes. One lucky family won
      shared a few pints of Guinness, Harp and Smithwick’s with   a trip to Ireland and many entered the 50/50 raffle benefiting
      friends and family!                                the Wounded Veterans Relief
         Entertainment was provided by live bands from Ireland,   Fund. The event ran from 11
      along with Irish dancers, and Palm Beach County Pipes and   a.m. to 10 p.m.
      Drums. Some folks even tested their skills at the game of hurling
      or learned how to pull your own pint! There was a dress contest   Irish Fest on page 7
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