The Blind Tiger will celebrate the Fourth of July by presenting a free concert at its new waterfront stage and venue, leading up to the city’s fireworks display just offshore at dusk.
Reckless Kelly, a Grammy-winning band from Austin, Texas, will bring its country-rock music to the outdoor stage along the water at The Blind Tiger. The band has toured the country for two decades and performed twice on “The Tonight Show.”
People of all ages are invited to the concert that starts at 4:30 p.m., and to stay for a great view of the fireworks. No ticket is required, but attendees must be paying customers. The city’s July 4 fireworks display is shot off between Deer Island and the restaurant at 265 Beach Boulevard, on The Great Lawn at Harrah’s Gulf Coast Casino.
This is the first major event to officially open The Blind Tiger’s new open-air, waterfront venue with private cabanas, waterfront seating and stage. It has games for the family, including giant Jenga, checkers and corn hole, and food and specialty cocktails from The Blind Tiger.
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