Joyland Country Music Night Club, at 5520 14th St W, Bradenton, FL 34207, is celebrating the first annual Red White and Booze Bash, Wednesday July 3. This will be a fun filled party to kick off the Fourth of July weekend, with live music from the band Pitbull Toddler, featuring members of the Mike Calta radio show.
There will be drink and shot specials all night, as well as DJ Chuck to keep you moving on the area’s largest dance floor. Doors open at Joyland for the Red White and Booze Bash at 7pm on Wednesday July 3, and the party rocks until 2am. Admission is $5 for 21+, $10 for 18-20.
For the Red White and Booze Bash Independence Day party, Joyland is expecting a huge turnout, similar to Joyland’s Memorial Day Kickoff party, which was an amazing success. The Greg Billings Band performed at Joyland on May 24th and the house was standing room only. It was a non-country Rock -N-Roll concert event featuring the singer of former Epic records band Stranger. The rock-n-roll concert was so popular, that Joyland will be having non-country Rock-n-Roll live music events on a regular basis.
Joyland will also continue hosting country music concert events by major national country superstars. Joyland’s Neal McCoy concert on May 10 was the first of many such country music concerts to come to Bradenton, FL. The concert crowd packed the house with audiences of all ages. Fans from 18 years to 80 years were singing along with Neal McCoy as he put on one hell of a show. He even signed autographs from the stage while he was singing. He signed hats, boots, shirts, or whatever the fans handed to him. It was fun to watch as he kept on singing and signing with a smile. Neal McCoy was a first rate entertainer and Joyland looks forward to welcoming similar country music superstars to their 15,000 square foot concert venue.
Photos from Joyland FB page.