Check out the music schedule from 2018 and stay tuned for the new music schedule for Sarasota Veg Fest 2019!

Enjoy live entertainment from a wide variety of talented bands and musicians!

Live Music & Entertainment is presented to you by: The Fickle Souls

The Fickle Souls

Straight from the mountains of North Carolina, the now Tampa based acoustic folk/indie duo, The Fickle Souls are taking music back to its roots, keeping it simple, and keeping it pure. The band was founded in late 2012 when singer/songwriter Cal Olivier decided to move in a new direction, feeling that folk music would allow him to express a truer range of emotion and life experience. Though recently a trio – incorporating his father Ray Olivier’s unique style and array of percussion instruments – the duo now consists of Cal Olivier on the Guitar and Kick Drum and Hannah Irene on the Harmonium. Cal Olivier & the Fickle Souls have collectively shared the stage, and studio with the likes of; Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, Tommy Tutone, Greg Hawks (The Cars), Rehab, Steel Pulse, Keller Williams, John Paul White (The Civil Wars), along with many more.

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Yaatra Devi & Caravan Project Sarasota Belly Dance Performance

Enjoy Tribal Style Belly Dance with costumed dancers performing elegant choreographies to fusion and/or Middle Eastern dance music.

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Smoove Jamz

Mwiza is a singer-songwriter from St. Petersburg, playing original acoustic alternative music that can fall under the genres of rock, folk, & jazz. His sound is soulful and mellow, and creates good vibes all around.

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Hatley Band

Hatley’s set list includes covers from artists that include Johnny Cash, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kenny Chesney, Elvis, Toby Keith, Jimmy Buffet, Zac Brown, Del Shannons, Box Tops, Marshall Tucker Band and many more. With a booming baritone, a great supporting cast, fabulous original material, and an exciting, high-energy repertoire of covers, Hatley is sure to please any audience.

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Raspberry Pie

With the combined sounds of early 70s pop rock, and late 70s funk and disco, Raspberry Pie have been packing dance floors throughout Florida. Composed of guitarist/vocalist Douglas Horne, keyboard player Ryan Goodwin, saxophonist Nick L’Heureux, bassist Zac Howard, and their robot drummer Clyde, Raspberry Pie are all about feel good songs with tasty grooves and sing along choruses. Since their first show in 2015, they have made a name for themselves as the premiere dance band in Orlando, playing venues such as the Copper Rocket, Wills Pub, The Spacebar, and Tampa Bay Comic Con. Their debut album, “People, Places, and Things” is now available.

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MJbaker & The MJbaker Collective

MJbaker & The MJbaker Collective use influences of artists such as Hall and Oates, India Arie, Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, Billy Holiday, Joan Hart, Pat Benatar and the Dixie Chicks and many music genres like Country, Soul, Jazz, Gospel and Folk. She prefers not to be pigeon-holed into any one particular genre. MJ both excites and captivates her au-dience and is sure to capture audiences and fans for many years to come.

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Tyler Costanzo

Tyler Costanzo is an acoustic guitarist and a singer songwriter from St Petersburg, raised with a love of music and a drive to pursue it. Many of his songs based on real life situations. His favorite genres are hip hop, pop and alternative rock.

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