TBPH Bus Trip

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Helloooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Tampa Bay parrot Heads!!!!!


We are checking to see if there's an interest in a day bus trip to this event in November. Please email membership at finsup.com<mailto:membership at finsup.com> by Wednesday, July 15th with "I'm interested" as a subject line or message. More information to come.


2nd ANNUAL MUSIC ON THE VINE (MOTV) Trop Rock Festival featuring four top acts and helps benefit the Trident House for Navy Seals.

Endless Summer Vineyard & Winery announces their 2nd ANNUAL MUSIC ON THE VINE (MOTV) Tropical Rock Music Fest, Saturday November 21rd from 11am-7pm. The celebration of a day of Trop Rock music is in honor of Jimmy Buffett's move to Key West from Nashville, in November of 1970, and the beginning of a unique Florida music genre that celebrates all things sand, sun, surf and salt.    

If you are not familiar with the term; Trop Rock is a fairly recent genre of music that is growing in popularity and incorporates elements and influences of rock and roll, reggae, country, Caribbean, Calypso and zydeco music, with themes and musical compositions inspired by a sun, sand, surf and island lifestyle. Trop Rock Festivals are popping up all over the country with some of the biggest being Music on The Bay in Tampa and the Meeting of the Minds in the Keys. "Now we have one right here on the Treasure Coast known as Music on the Vine (MOTV)", says Endless Summer owner Gary Roberts.

This year's MOTV event is a Who's Who of Trop Rock music. Headlining the day is one of the movement's premier Trop Rock bands: The Eric Stone Band from Marathon, Florida. Eric was the featured artist in the May edition of Phlockers Magazine, a new magazine dedicated to the lifestyle and music events of Trop Rock and Parrot Head fans. Eric has called his music Nautical American, and in addition to being well-known in the states, he enjoys celebrity status at many of the Virgin Islands most famous music venues, such as Latitude 18, Foxy's, Corsairs, Myett's, Sidney's Peace and Love, Bomba's Shack, and many other boater-loving bars. Eric has over 12 CD's to his credit, with at least one song selling over 100,000 copies and has played to crowds of over 85,000. 

Also on the play bill are Rob Mehl, "Sunny Jim" White and The Highway One Band. Rob Mehl grew up surfing in Southern California and Hawaii. He says the lifestyle has influenced his music and defined his sound and creates a feel good show that is "splashin' with passion". "Sunny Jim" White also grew up in Southern California, and like Buffett, after a stint in Nashville headed south to the pristine clear waters of the Tropic, before settling down in Sarasota in 2000. With over 10 CD's to his credit, his fans enjoy songs that tell stories of life in the Caribbean and the tropical sunshine. Known affectionately as "Sunny", Jim is a mainstay at many of the biggest Trop Rock events around. Finally, the 2015 Live Entertainer of the Year Award winners, Melbourne's own, the Highway One Band are back for the second year with their leader Joel Thomas handling the emcee duties for the day. This is a special day for all the music acts too, as they are all friends, and the grand finally will be a rare and special jam by all artists and something no one will want to miss. And if that's not enough, the next day (November 22nd) is Endless Summer's  Mango-ritaville Sunday from 1-5pm, with the Mango Brothers Band from Merritt Island keeping the Trop Rock spirit going for a second day. 

To add to the Tropical music vibe Chef Anthony will be sure to have his craft Burgers including a special Cheeseburger in Paradise with lettuce, tomato, Heinz 57, French fried potatoes, and of course an onion slice and American cheese among many other offerings. In addition to Chef Anthony offerings, Good Eats and Sweet Treats Food trailer will also be on hand with their unique American Thai fusion fare spotlighting seafood and classic desserts. If you scream for Ice Cream, Scoop Coop Ice Cream truck will be on hand to satisfy, as well. Endless Summer will add to the spirit with beverage specials like Wine Sangria Slushees, Wine Margaritas, Landshark and other Florida and Caribbean beers, and Come Sunday Mimosas, in addition to all their regular beverage offerings. 

This is a Rain or Shine event, with other fun things to do besides listening to great music all day, like awine tasting in the winery tasting room and browsing the unique gift shop, and games like; 9 hole disc golf course through the vineyard, giant lawn chess and giant jenga, several corn hole games, hula hoops and more.  

Early Advance General Admission Tickets are only $17.00 until August 31st, when they go to $19 through October 31st and finally $21 through November 20th. Day of tickets are $25.  So get yours now and save! Special group pricing for 10 or more are available by calling the winery at 772 460 0500. Like last year, this is a Trop Rock Party with a Purpose, with $2 of each ticket sold going to the local charity: TRIDENT HOUSE FOR NAVY SEALS, a tranquil waterfront residence located directly along the beautiful Indian River in Sebastian, Florida. The lovely home serves as a critical and complimentary respite for the families of U.S. Navy SEALs and all Special Operations Forces who need a break from the longest war in the history of our country. .

For those who will be coming from out of town, our Host Hotel is the Holiday Inn Express West in Fort Pierce, conveniently located between I-95 and Florida Turnpike exits in Ft Pierce at 7151 Okeechobee Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34945. It is only 8 minutes from the winery and as our Host Hotel partner they will be offering significant discounts to customers who mention Endless Summer Winery when making their reservations. Reservations can be made by calling 772 464 5000.

If you have a fully contained RV, you can stay with us right here on the winery property by joining Harvest Hosts (www.harvesthosts.com<http://www.harvesthosts.com/>), a great program that allows you to stay at wineries and farms all over the country. We will have limited spaces so call to reserve yours early. 

Endless Summer Vineyard and Winery is a certified Florida Farm Winery handcrafting award winning wines at 4200 Johnston Road in Fort Pierce Florida. We are open Tuesday through Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 11am-6pm and every Sunday we have music and food events from noon-5pm.

As with all our events: NO OFF PREMISE COOLERS, FOOD, OR BEVERAGES OF ANY KIND including water allowed. We will have everything you need, including ice and water. You will be asked to leave the premises if you do not comply. Also pets, other than bonafide service dogs, are not allowed.

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