Break of Dawn
Friday, March 11th, Starting at 6pm
Break Of Dawn is a modern fun cover band of friends playing music for your entertainment. The members have over 40 years of collective experience performing live all around the world. They have played with artists such as Prince, Rod Wave, Jason Derulo, Big Sean, Sheila E, Rae Sremmurd, Monster Jam, Elevation Worship, and more. With two amazing dynamic vocalists, they will be performing hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s, and today!
Saturday, March 12th, Starting at 6pm
Whiskey Trip is a 4-piece Honky Tonk-influenced band from the Florida Treasure Coast. Named for one of their favorite Gary Stewart songs, the band was formed in 2020 by friends who met playing in local bars over the last 30 years. All of the members were influenced by Gary Stewart, Jamey Johnson, and of course, various Southern Rock Bands. Their unique brand of entertainment, hard-driving lead guitar, vocal harmonies, and sometimes impromptu additions of songs not previously played together will make you want to dance and sing along. Now known as one of The Treasure Coasts Best Party Bands by fans, they have had the pleasure of opening for artists like Mark Chestnut & David Lee Murphy. Over the years, members singularly have been with bands who have opened for Alabama, Dickie Betts & Great Southern, The Charlie Daniels Band, The Bellamy Brothers, Lee Ann Womack, and many others.
Front Porch Blues
Monday, March 14th, starting at 6pm
The Front Porch Blues band sings traditional blues tunes, such as “Key to the Highway”, “Sweet Home Chicago”, “Stormy Monday”, and “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out”. We’ll do some Jimmy Buffett and Kenny Chesney for the beach crowd, and standards from the 60’s, like “Mustang Sally”, Fire and Rain”, and “Can’t Find My Way Home”.
Wednesday, March 15th, starting at 6pm
Tumbleweed is a Sebastian-based Rock n Blues cover band, featuring Lee Miller on bass, Tony Rodriguez on drums, and Dave Scott on guitar!
Everyone in the band sings Lead, adding to their diverse sound! Over the last couple of years, they have made quite a name for themselves packing local clubs and their dance floors. Always a Good Time!
Don’t miss them this year at the Indian River County FireFighter’s Fair Wednesday, March 15th, starting at 6 pm.
The Paul McCall Jazz Quintet
Thursday, March 17th, starting at 6pm
The Paul McCall Jazz Quintet is a Vero Beach based Jazz and Blues band, featuring Paul McCall on trumpet, Tom Snellgrove on bass guitar, Claudio Berardi on drums, Don Bestor on keys, and Dave Veator on guitar.
The band brings a wide diversity of experiences and musical influences to the bandstand. From straight ahead Blues and Jazz standards, to extremely funky, and a little bit wild interpretation of many popular songs.
Like every member of the band, Paul McCall has performed to large audiences, including in 2012 at the Hollywood Bowl Playboy Jazz Festival, Festivals and Tours in many genres, from classical to county and everything in between. The diversity of the band brings highly entertaining, high energy with lots of heart and passion to their music.
Saturday, March 19th, starting at 6pm
Born and raised in Kansas City, MO some would describe Vallery Valentine as a Midwestern girl at heart. However, now describing herself as a southern girl, Vallery Valentine is glad she made the move to Ft. Pierce, FL in 2001. Vallery Valentine’s very presence on stage will captivate you. Her vocals and stage presence are not only electrifying but charismatic and controlled to where you know she was not only born with the gift of song but convinces you that she was trained in her craft. Valentine attended Bethel College in Newton, Kansas on a Vocal Music & Performing arts scholarship. She is both an accomplished vocalist and a published author. Valentine currently sings professionally where she is dominating the market with her ability to portray Funk, Soul, Motown, Jazz, R&B, Dance, & Gospel in an unforgettable manner. She has opened for a variety of multi-platinum artists including Keith Sweat, Shai, Silk, Goodie Mob, Confunkshun, Sam Salter, Urban Mystic, Chubb Rock, Nathan Mitchell, and Elan Trotman, and has been an artist on the Nationally Syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show tour. Valentine's 2018 album Love Sessions produced a strong buzz, gaining airplay for her single Sara Smile. Love Sessions debuted at #15 on the UK Soul Connoisseurs Chart. Vallery's NEW singles "On Top" and " Can't Forget", both released in 2021 are following suit from her previous works and dominating the airways as well as popular streaming platforms such as Pandora & Spotify. Vallery currently performs in festivals, and productions worldwide. When asked what her upcoming objectives and goals were, Valentine responded simply, “to inject myself into my God-given talent. I want to live in the heart of music & the soul of performing."
Daily Free Entertainment
Scott's World of Magic
Live, large illusions using kids selected right from the audience. Kids will have a ball while making lifetime memories. Dale Scott and Ana are award winning illusionist from the Society of American Magicians. They have toured the world and become one of the most in demand variety talents. Original grand illusions, comedy magic and cool special effects are presented on their spectacular new stage!
John Simon "Comedy Hypnosis" Show
GET READY TO BE HIP-NO-TIZED AS MASTER HYPNOTIST JON SIMON PRESENTS HIS HILARIOUS COMEDY HYPNOSIS SHOW!IT'S NON-STOP LAUGHTER AS VOLUNTEERS FROM THE AUDIENCE ARE HYPNOTIZED RIGHT BEFORE YOUR EYES AND SOON BECOME THE STARS OF THE SHOW!!SHOW TIMES:
Rust and Flame Blacksmith Demonstrations
Interactive Educational Entertainment, bringing history to life through our mobile Blacksmith Shop!
Showtimes: Entertainment Daily
The Firefighter Training Show
Weeknights: 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Weekends: 3:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
The Firefighter Training Show plays off every childs curiosity to one day be a "Firefighter - Hero."
The show allows volunteers from the audience, usually kids but we can use adults, to become our firefighter trainees(audience participation show). After being fitted in fire jacket and helmet the new trainees are introduced to the audience as their next generation of heroes and the volunteer firefighters are divided into two teams.
When the alarm tones sound calling engine one to duty it's all trainees on deck. Each firefighter trainee/team gets to complete the basic tasks at our simulated fire scene: laying out fire hose, attaching it to the fire truck and putting on a nozzle. Using a real fire extinguisher to squirt water at simulated flames in our smoke rescue building in hopes they can knock the flames out of the window putting out the fire then enter the smoke filled building to make a heroic style rescue, demonstrating how to crawl low under smoke.(we use an odorless, non-toxic, white smoke; smoke dissipates in about 1 to 3 minutes) The dialog between our fire chief the audience and the new trainees is riddled with humor and educational information such as, in case of fire "Get Outside and Stay Outside" only firefighters attempt rescues. In between fire alarms the fire chief also introduces important fire safety lessons "Don't Hide,Get Outside" and "Crawl Low, Under Smoke".
What comes off as entertaining and fun today may save a life in the future. Throughout the show the audience is encouraged to cheer on our new trainees, as the shows activities become a friendly competition between our volunteer firefighters. The winner or team that wins our competition is our 1st place team and as a reward they get to climb tower one and aim its water cannon at which ever part of the audience they feel wasn't cheering them on during the earlier events. The show ends with our fire tower water cannon shot. (fun paper streamers shot high into the air over an audience expecting they're about to get 3000 gallons per minute wet)
Nobody is left out of our show. After tower ones suprising water cannon shot the audience is invited to stay and all the kids can practice "crawl low, under smoke" through our smoke-rescue facility, touch and feel real fire fighting equipment . All post show activites are free except kids size fire hats or other firefighter related toys/safety coloring books we may offer for sale.
Our extensive set of props and stage effects include: professional costumes, up beat music, alarm sound effects, flashing lights, smoke rescue building, fire extinguishers, fire hose & nozzles, fire hydrant, fire hose fountain, fire tower, streamer launcher and the kids size fire truck. All kid size and kid friendly equipment that produce big size fun.
Each show lasts approximately 20-30 minutes and involves 4 audience members, usually kids. Post show we operate the smoke-rescue facility letting all the kids practice "crawl low, under smoke" and offer good fire house hospitality for an additional 5-15 minutes.
We have uniforms for age 2 through adult so anyone could become our next fire fighter trainee.