Summer concerts continue in Miami, Globe

Courtesy photo On Saturday night, July 31, the Cover-Ups will be playing in Globe’s City Hall Park at 6:30 p.m

Weekly free live entertainment continues in Miami on Saturday night, July 24, with Los Implikados - three hours of guitar-driven ballads and corridos sponsored by the Globe-Miami United Fund and volunteers with Miami Genesis. Practice your most robust “grito” to be ready for a festive night of musica norteno from 7 - 10 at Veterans Memorial Park. Summer music is outdoors and free -- but bring cash for snack bar options including bean and also red chile burros, nachos, soda, candy, popcorn and cotton candy. Preview the band; check out a few videos at, and mark your calendar for Aug. 7 when Neto & Imagine return to Miami. Weekly live music alternates between Miami and Globe.
On Saturday night, July 31, be ready to dance or sing along to favorite classics from the 60s, 70s and 80s live under the stars with the Cover-Ups. Featuring Globe-Miami native Tammi Crum Smith with Kevin Crum, Jeff Schmahl and Steve Gardner, the band will be serenading Globe’s City Hall Park at 150 N. Pine St.; showtime is 6:30 p.m. These musicians pride themselves in presenting classics as faithfully as possible using the full force of stellar vocals and professional delivery. They’ve been known to throw in a little country and contemporary rock, but are especially popular for covers of Pink Floyd hits as well as The Hollies, John Mellencamp, ZZ Top, Journey, Tom Petty, The Eagles, Van Morrison, Linda Ronstadt, The Beatles, Rascals, Rolling Stones and more. Want to request a special song? Like and follow the Cover-Ups on Facebook at, call 602-571-7390 or email [email protected]



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