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Saturday, July 10, 2021

Orlando music syndicate the Grand Collab bring fresh, eclectic vibes to Mills 50 on Sunday

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Between events and music releases, creative Orlando syndicate the Grand Collab have been in as high a gear lately as we’ve ever seen of them, and their latest production, Encore, is a fittingly grand one.

Kicking off at 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 11, and going into the night at Mills 50 wine bar Grape & Grain, the outdoor live music showcase is a family affair featuring some of the group’s flagbearers like rapper Shinobi Stalin, new star Jazzy Soto (who'll be performing her exceptional debut EP, 21, that we told you about here) and the Collab’s DJ anchors Bonita and the Bear.

Giving the event extra cachet, though, are appearances by the Crossfade (an interesting joint between E-Turn and Leisure Chief) and host AMiAM. Guaranteed fresh, this one.

The event's free and you can lock in your spot with an RSVP here.
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