Tsunami Wave Riders

Ronnie Tsunami is a composer, musician and lead singer with Tsunami Wave Riders, which has won multiple awards including Winner of “Best Country Artist” – Charlotte Music Awards, Winner of “Top Beach Band in North America” – Rising Star Awards, Winner of “Best World Music Artist” – Charlotte Music Awards, and Winner of “Single of the Year” – Hawaii Music Award.

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Flow Sisters

Flow Sisters are a Tampa based duo singer/songwriter project created by Alexa and Bella Toro. The band features a combination of eclectic musicians who’ve come together to create a melting pot of Funk, Soul, RnB and Psychedelic Fusion. With vocal harmonies that enlighten your mind and positive lyrics that heal your soul you won’t want to miss the next Flow Sisters set.

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Lauren Lajas

Lauren Lajas is an American singer originally from Sebring, Florida. Her influences include Haley Williams, Ryan Tedder, Miguel, Lenny Kravitz, Pink!, Jon Bon Jovi, and Christina Aguilera. Her eclectic taste in music is directly heard in her sound: a little bit of soul, a little bit of pop, just a drop of folk, and a whole lot of heart to go along with her sassy lyrics to create a one-of-kind artist who is sure to make a lasting impression. Lauren recently released her 1st EP, entitled “Small Town” this year with plans of of an album and a mini tour in 2019.

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Pangaea is a father (Steven Andres Richards) and son (Wade Richards) duo based out of Seminole Heights in Tampa. As a lifelong guitar player, the elder Richards had hoped his son would share his same passion for guitar. His son however fell in love with the steel pan (steel drum). Out of their love for music and their love for each other a delightful musical collaboration was born. The two have blended their passions for their instruments to present you with a unique musical experience. The duo plays classic reggae/island music and have created their own take on some rock and roll favorites. Pangaea will be preforming several original compositions as well.