Tonight’s MusicFest features ‘Blane’s Not a Name’

This month’s MusicFest features local favorite ‘Blane’s Not A Name,’ a local band known for its “punked-up” versions faded ’80’s tunes. That’s right, most of the group’s songs from the 80’s are re-vamped new wave classics. Click here to hear what we’re talking about: As always, there will be food, beer and wine for sale, arts and crafts vendors and bounce houses, a rock wall and face painting for the kids. Lawn chairs are recommended. Coolers are not.

Here are the details:

What: MusicFest Downtown Stuart monthly concert series

When: 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. the third Friday of every month.

Where: Gazebo Park, one block from Osceola Street and Colorado Avenue, next to the Martin County Courthouse

Admission: FREE!

More information: 772.288.3033 or

Benefitting: The House of Home and The Martin County Future Group

House of Hope is a nonprofit agency, founded in 1984, that provides food, clothing, emergency financial assistance and life-changing case management services to Martin County residents. Our clients are adults and children in need — typically low-wage workers, single parents, senior citizens, the recently unemployed, veterans and families suffering through life crises.
The mission statement of the Martin County Future Group is to promote truth and balance for the betterment of Martin County, to educate and inform our citizens, to act as an advocate of improving the quality of life for all residents while preserving our natural environment and creating a healthy, sustainable economy.