Saturday, March 30th arrive at 6 pm starts 7:00PM
This year’s concert presented by the City of Weston and the Rotary Club of Weston is predicted to be bigger than ever as each year thousands of area residents look forward to enjoying this annual concert in the park. This year we are proud to present......
STARSHIP: FEATURING MICKEY THOMAS
Christopher Cross virtually defined adult contemporary radio with a series of smoothly sophisticated ballads and contemporary pop, including the #1 hit, “Sailing”, the lead single “Ride Like the Wind” and Top 20 hits, “Never Be the Same” and “Say You'll Be Mine”. Christopher Cross received an unprecedented and record-setting five Grammys in 1981, including Best New Artist and Song of the Year for “Sailing.” He soon scored a second #1, as well as an Academy Award, with “Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)”. Adding to his accomplishments: one Golden Globe Award, nine million worldwide album sales, four #1 singles and nine Top 20/AC hits. Christopher Cross continues to tour and produce new, insightful and sophisticated music.
Starship: Featuring Mickey Thomas is one of the most iconic rock bands from the eighties, recording several of the decade’s biggest anthems, including Grammy nominated “We Built This City”, “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” and “Sara”. The resurrection of the band still performing these hits today was started in 1979 when Mickey Thomas joined Paul Kantner to re-form Jefferson Starship. In 1984, the band’s name was changed to just Starship. In 1985, Starship released the album that would come to define the eighties, Knee Deep in the Hoopla, which featured two #1 hits; the album reached #7 on Billboard and went platinum. Starship followed-up their initial success with their third #1 single in 18 months, “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now.” The current Starship features the longest running line-up in the history of the band.
Don’t miss joining your friends and family for a night of great music under the stars!
The event is perfect for families as it is set in a comfortable and safe environment. Many families come early to get good seating and bring along a picnic and games as they wait for the start of the evening. The Event Stage is close to the park’s largest playground which is a plus for those with smaller children. Concert attendees do need to bring their own lawn chairs or blanket for seating. Food concessions will be available and while people are welcome to bring in their own food or beverages, alcohol is not permitted.
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The concert is held at Event Stage next to the Weston Community Center, inside of the Weston Regional Park. For more information, please call[masked] or visit www.westonfl.org for more information.