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Electric Piquete and the Spam Allstars Return to Guanabanas for Noche Latina December 29
Monthly Latin music series closes 2018 with two of Miami’s premiere Latin funk bands
Jupiter, FL – December 6, 2018 – The final Noche Latina / Latin music night of 2018 promises to be a very funky one. Miami’s ElectricPiquete(4 p.m., all-ages) and The SpamAllstars(9 p.m., 21 and over) will grace the stage at Guanabanas Island Restaurant & Bar (location: 960 North Highway A1A Jupiter, FL 33477) on Saturday, December 29, 2018. Both performances are free.
“These two bands will create one seamless and absolutely danceable afternoon and evening for music fans,” says Talent Buyer Matt Cahur. “We always look forward to having them here and the local community has tended to respond quite positively to them.” Cahur founded Roots Music, Inc., more than 20 years ago, and has successfully managed rock and reggae acts, and produced and promoted local and regional concerts. He is the lead sound engineer, books all of the live music at the venue, and is also an accomplished guitarist.
Electric Piquete have the distinction of being the first band to play a Noche Latina, in addition to being two-time Miami New Times’ “Best Latin Band” award winners. They mix Latin jazz with American funk and rock elements to form a largely instrumental, instantly-catchy sound. The band are currently in preparations to back soul music legend Timmy Thomas (“Why Can’t We Live Together”) in a series of concerts and in the recording studio. More information:www.ElectricPiquete.com.
The Spam Allstars are not only one of Miami’s most popular, well-known, and longest-running and accomplished bands, but they have been nominated for a Latin Grammy and toured nationally. Part hip-hop, part funk, part electronica, they were founded by musician, producer, and musicologist Andrew Yeomanson, AKA DJ Le Spam. The group’s latest release is their sixth full-length called Trans-Oceanic (2016). Learn more at www.SpamAllstars.com.
Noche Latina began as a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration three years ago and has remained a very popular recurring event. Guanabanas regularly hosts reggae, acoustic and surf-rock bands, so the Latin flavor serves as a quite an interesting musical counterpoint.
For more information about the show and the venue, visit www.Guanabanas.com or call 561.747.8878.
Guanabanas is an open air restaurant and bar with woven tiki huts and banyan trees towering overhead and hand-chiseled coquina stone pathways underfoot. The team maintains a laid-back, island atmosphere where everyone is welcome. The award-winning menu features a fusion of Latin, fresh Florida seafood and traditional Americana fare; an all-new brunch menu is available Saturdays and Sundays. Guanabanas offers a custom catering menu and signature cocktails. Executive Chef Vinny Trupia oversees the culinary operations and also manages a community garden at the neighborhood resource center El Sol.
The establishment hosts recurring “Give Back Thursdays” to help the needs of the local community organizations, partnering with willing companies to help drive donations and money where needed, as well as giving away stage space to allow charities to showcase their cause. Past beneficiaries include the Surfrider Foundation, Martin Memorial Hospital, Haiti Relief Effort, the Brave Maeve Foundation, Freedom Flight for WWII Vets by the Martin County Firefighters, Furry Friends, and many others.
Guanabanas’ food truck can be booked for any event by calling 561.747.8878 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit www.Guanabanas.com.