Concerts in the Village

Coast 93.3 welcomes the return of Concerts in the Village with the Mattie Kelly Arts Foundations. It’s a spectacular line-up this year. Buy tickets here. And listen to win tickets with Leslie & Chris in the Morning at 7:30am.

April 20 – Post Modern Jukebox 

One part celebration of vintage music and culture, one part Saturday Night Live for singers, a Postmodern Jukebox show is an unforgettable trip back in time sure to make Pop Music History in Destin. This isn’t just a concert; this is a must-not-miss music experience. Tickets are $30-$35. 

April 27 – Roman Street Party Band

Get ready to get on your feet and sway to the beat. Hailing from Mobile, Alabama, Roman Street delivers a lyrical amalgamation of acoustic guitar, classical, gypsy, contemporary jazz, Latin and nuevo flamenco sounds. There is a reason this mesmerizing music group is a proven local favorite. Tickets are $15-$20.

May 4 – Ozomatli

A cacophony of sounds melding salsa, jazz, funk, reggae and hip hop is Ozomatli. This social-minded ensemble rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1995 to give voice to Latinos, fight for workers’ rights, and promote a global unity. After performing around the world, they are ready to rock Destin headed into Cinco de Mayo weekend! Tickets are $20-$25.

May 11 – Lucky Chops – New Day, New Tour 

Lucky Chops has been unleashing high-energy brassy funk on the world since forming in NYC in 2006.  The intensity of the band’s energy is fueled by their desire to share the healing and inspirational power of music with others. It’s your lucky day to see Lucky Chops live in concert. Tickets are $20-$25.

May 18 – Yacht Rock Revue

This top-notch group of musicians trademarked the term “yacht rock,” both metaphorically and literally (U.S. Registration Number 3834195). From humble beginnings in a basement, they’ve rocked onstage with John Oates, Eddie Money and now headline sold-out shows across the country. While rising from bars to amphitheaters, they’ve ticked every box on the Rock Star Accomplishments bingo card, except for one: writing and singing their own songs. Tickets are $30-$35.

May 25 – Sinfonia Gulf Coast feat. Morgan James in Symphonic Soul with special guest Ryan Shaw

Morgan James brings the classic sounds of Memphis accompanied by Sinfonia Gulf Coast. This program is a love letter to one of the great American birthplaces of soul, featuring brand-new arrangements of Memphis classics by Al Green, Otis Redding, Ann Peebles, Sam and Dave, and, of course, Elvis. James rounds out the evening with her own Memphis soul originals and storytelling. Hear your favorite soul tunes come to life in a brand-new way that will have you dancing and singing along! Tickets are $30-$35.

June 1 – Gotta Groove Band 

Gotta Groove Band puts a fresh spin on popular cover tunes from the ‘60s to today. With outstanding vocals and top-shelf musicianship, they feature own arrangements and mixing many popular tunes together to create a fun flow of entertaining energy. You will not want to miss the party this Land O Lakes, Florida, band throws down. Tickets are $15-$20.

June 8 – Adam Ezra Group

Fusing folk intimacy and rock energy with soul power and pop charm, the band first emerged from Boston in the early 2000s and quickly garnered widespread acclaim for their bold, insightful songwriting and interactive, euphoric performances. Tickets are $15-$20.

June 15 – Journeyman: A Tribute to Eric Clapton

At just 17, Shaun Hague was named “Best Young Blues Guitarist” by The House of Blues. By 21, he was sharing the stage with the likes of blues phenoms such as Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Amos Lee, John Waite, Terra Naomi and John Fogerty. In honor of his biggest musical influence (Eric Clapton), he and his three-member band have been making waves with their powerful live music performance. Tickets are $30-$35.

June 22 – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy With appearances from the Hollywood Bowl to Lincoln Center, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy continues its decades long mission to celebrate and revitalize jazz and swing music — America’s original musical art form — and bring joy to audiences around the world. Get ready for a jumpin’, jivin’, wailin’ good time. Tickets are $30-$35.

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