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G.I. JUKEBOX, A 1940’s MUSICAL REVIEW

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Get ready to travel to the Stage Door Canteen and experience the 1940’s like never before!

Pensacola Little Theatre Mainstage Productions presents Rick Lewis’ G.I. Jukebox with performances running April 17-19 & 23-26.  Director Sherron Moore and Music Director Ginger Caro lead this troop of 12 entertainers in a walk down memory lane that is sure to excite.  Ticket prices range between $14 and $30 with the Theatre Thursday performance being half price. Call the Box Office or visit us online at PensacolaLittleTheatre.com to reserve your seats today! 850-432-2042
 
Synopsis:
During WWII, Hollywood stars and starlets made it their duty to entertain "the boys."  G.I. Jukebox is a night at the Stage Door Canteen. Harmonies straight from the big band and swing era are the backbone of this nostalgic retrospective of an America we'll never see again. Step back in time with us as we travel back on this musical journey.
 
PLT is located inside the Pensacola Cultural Center at 400 South Jefferson St., Downtown Pensacola. For additional information, visit PensacolaLittleTheatre.com or call (850) 432-2042.


FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT THE 31st ANNUAL PENSACOLA CRAWFISH FESTIVAL

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Don’t be shy, dig in! Fiesta of Five Flags is excited to announce that the 31st annual Pensacola Crawfish Festival will take place Friday May 1st Noon-11PM, Saturday May 2nd 10AM-11PM, and Sunday May 3rd 11AM-5PM in Bartram Park, downtown Pensacola. Admission is $5 daily or $10 for a weekend pass (children 12 and under get in free). Join us before 3:00 PM on Friday, May 1, and admission is free! Admission for active duty military with ID on Friday, May 1 is also free. Great food, live entertainment, and activities for all ages await you!

GOOD EATS
Be sure to bring your appetite. This year’s festival features 16,000 pounds of boiled crawfish provided by Mike’s Crawfish Boils from Duson, Louisiana. Cajun dishes such as red beans and rice, boudin balls, seafood gumbo, etouffee, jambalaya, and Cajun pasta will also be available in addition to traditional festival fare.

ENTERTAINMENT
The 2015 festival will gather an array of artists representing New Orleans instrumental jazz, R&B, rock and traditional Cajun music. Headliners include Wayne Toups, Lost Bayou Ramblers, and Voodoo Gumbo. Wayne Toups, a Grammy-winning artist, integrates rock, Cajun, R&B and zydeco music to create a genre that he has dubbed “Zydecajun.” Toups began playing the accordion at age 13 and currently tours all over the country.
Brothers Louis and Andre Michot formed the Cajun band The Lost Bayou Ramblers a decade and a half ago. The Grammy-nominated group plays a revved-up version of Cajun music, with a punch of punk energy and psychedelic fuzz. Voodoo Gumbo, a party cover band from South Louisiana, brings the crowd to its feet with an eclectic mix of dance, rock and country music. Also included in this year’s lineup are the Cha Wa Mardi Gras Indians. Known for their elaborate Mardi Gras Indian costumes, drums and chanting Cha Wa will get the party started on Sunday morning with a second line throughout the festival grounds to "Little Liza Jane." Bring your appetite for soul-stirring music, because this year’s Pensacola Crawfish Festival is bringing The Big Easy to downtown Pensacola!

The 2015 Pensacola Crawfish Festival entertainment schedule:

Friday, May 1st
4:00-5:30 PM Lee Yankie
6:00-8:00 PM Naughty Professor
8:30-10:30 PM Lost Bayou Ramblers

Saturday, May 2nd
11:00-12:30 PM The Ryan Balthrop Band
1:00-3:30 PM Blues Old Stand
4:00-6:00 PM Peek
6:30-8:30 PM Voodoo Gumbo
9:00-10:30 PM The Daisy Dukes

Sunday, May 5th
11:00-12:15 PM Cha Wa
12:30-2:00 PM Hotel Oscar
3:00-5:00 PM Wayne Toups


SHOWTIME 2015: PENSACOLA CHILDREN'S CHORUS CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

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The Pensacola Children’s Chorus, under the direction of Allen and Susan Pote, will celebrate its 25th Season as it presents the annual production of Showtime on May 8, 9 and 10th at the Saenger Theatre in downtown Pensacola.

The 280 member chorus will perform a variety of creative themed segments including a medley of memorable musical moments from the last twenty five years entitled “25 Years of PCC”, a hilarious spoof of fairy tales called “Once Upon a Fairy Tale”. Other featured numbers include “The Best of Broadway”, “Let’s Go to the Movies”, “Pitch Perfect” and selections from Grease and Sister Act.

Additionally, returning alumni Maurica Roland (National Touring Singer), Will Hedgecock (Recording Artist), Caitlyn Frizzell (International Classical Artist) and Jarvis
Derrel (Comedian) will be participating in all performances.

Tickets are on sale through the Saenger Box Office and all Ticketmaster outlets.Tickets prices are: $42.00, $36.00 and $26.00 Performance dates: Friday and Saturday, May 8 and 9 at 7:30pm and Sunday, May 10th at 2:30pm

For more information about this performance or general inquiries regarding the Pensacola Children's Chorus, call 850-434-7760 or visit www.pensacolachildrenschorus.com.

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