Sandstock Not Woodstock, An Old Hippie Celebration At The Flora-Bama

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Wear your favorite “hippie” attire next Saturday, August 6th, as the Flora-Bama goes back in time in a tribute to celebrate the 47th anniversary of the “3-day festival of Love and Music” that would come to define the “hippie” generation. 

Festivities begin at noon with all your favorite artists dressing up while performing renditions of their favorite songs made famous by “Creedance Clearwater Revival, The Grateful Dead, Joe Cocker, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan and other greats from that fabulous era!

Featured artists to include Hotel Oscar, Foxy Iguanas, LeaAnne Creswell, John Joiner, Darrel Roberts, Mario Mena, Logan Spicer, Jack Robertson, Stolen Faces, Federal Expression, Dallas Moore Band and the rest of your favorites.

The first 100 folks will receive complimentary “Love Beads” and “Flora-Bama Brownies” while they last. Souvenir “Tye-Dye” shirts will also be available in the Gift Shop with a portion of proceeds to benefit the local Community Drug and Alcohol Council.

About The Flora-Bama, The Flora-Bama Lounge and Package is a gulf front oyster bar, beach bar, and Gulf Coast cultural landmark, touted as being America’s “Last Great Roadhouse”. The Flora-Bama takes its name from its location on the Florida-Alabama state line. This famous Gulf Coast establishment has been entertaining visitors and locals alike since 1964. Featuring 365 days a year of live music from top regional and national acts as well as home of the world famous “Interstate Mullet Toss and Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party”.