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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Selection Reminder: Sunshine State of Mind invades downtown Orlando!

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Sunday, July 17Sunshine State of Mind

Dayum, has this town been hurtin’ for a block party for a minute and a half. Just in time to cure the summer doldrums comes this mishmash of Orlando’s best and brightest, set to take over Pine Street downtown between Court and Orange Avenues. Featuring the always-down-to-party Solillaquists of Sound and their local relatives SKIP and Jimmy, Grey Matter, BMF and others, this all-day bill is rounded out by some unusual yet thoroughly welcome names: Pop-rock oddities Circus, scruffy blues-rockers Everyday Ghosts, a capella-with-benefits group Yella! and even a parkour demo by Team Zoic. – Justin Strout (Noon at Downtown Orlando, Orange Avenue and Pine Street; $10)

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