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The sun painted the final day of the 2019 Beale Street Music Festival in bright colors as puffy clouds floated about in the sky like cotton balls. It was a picture-perfect afternoon as the sold-out crowd began to fill the Tom Lee Park shortly after the gates opened. The music started early with the happy go lucky sounds of 24-year-old Memphis native Healy. The upbeat singer mixes musical genres like a Long Island Ice Tea of music.

Quintessential Irish-American Celtic punk band FLOGGING MOLLY and legendary American punk rock band SOCIAL DISTORTION are teaming up for the ultimate Summer tour.

Quintessential Irish-American Celtic folk punk band FLOGGING MOLLY will be returning to the Hollywood Palladium with special guests Face To Face for their 5th annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration. Not only will you get a host of entertaining live music, you'll be surrounded by food trucks, games, prizes, and plenty of booze among other things.

Flogging Molly's Salty Dog Cruise is scheduled to set sail March 10th - 13th 2017 to the Bahamas! To debut the mini skate ramp aboard the cruise ship, Matt Hensley and Flogging Molly have invited legendary H-Street Skaters, along with other iconic riders. The ramp is being built by Brian Schaefer of the renowned Skatepark of Tampa.  The third annual three night, four day floating festival will make stops in Coco Cay and Nassau, Bahamas.

The Langerado Music Festival, at Bicentennial Park in Miami Florida March 6-8, announces additional artists.  Modest Mouse, Gene Ween Band, Deerhunter and Alberta Cross join the already stellar line-up.  Artists already on the bill include Death Cab For Cutie, Snoop Dogg, Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, Thievery Corporation (Live), Slightly Stoopid and Dashboard Confessional join Flogging Molly, Broken Social Scene, Girl Talk, Cold War Kids, The Faint, Gym Class Heroes, Tricky, Chromeo, Mute Math, Black Kids, Café T

Grateful Web was again on-hand today at the Mile High Festival, just outside of Denver, Colorado. Check out photos & video clips from today's bands and festival-goers.  We'll have a lot more

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