Seven Mary Three to Headline Rock N' Roll Beer-B-Que July 3

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There will be beer! There will be barbecue! There will be Southern-fried rock!

New Times has teamed up with Seminole Paradise Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood to present the inaugural Rock N' Roll Beer-B-Que on July 3.

The first band confirmed for the all-you-can-eat, all-you-can-drink event is Virginia roots rockers Seven Mary Three, best known for the mid-'90s hit "Cumbersome."

For a refresher, stream the gritty track below. Watch the unembeddable video here.

The guys later released "Wait," which was featured in the Kirsten Dunst film Crazy/Beautiful. If you don't believe, watch the video below.

While 7M3 grinds out the music, there will be a huge assortment of eats. Participating restaurants include: 

El Rey De las Fritas

Miller Ale House
Tap 42
Mickey's Bar

Bru's Room

Truckin Good Pizza

Wings & More

Bar B Q Jack's

Whiskey Tango

El Carajo

Featured beers for the event:

Bud Light Lime
Shock Top Belgian White
Wailua Wheat
Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale
Michelob Ultra Lime Cactus
Kona Longboard Island Hopper
Bud Light Golden Wheat
Michelob Ultra Dragon Fruit Peach
Michelob Ultra Pomegranate Raspberry
Budweiser Select 55
Alexander Keith's Brown Ale
Alexander Keith's Lager
Alexander Keith's Pale Ale
Landshark Lager
Margaritaville Paradise Key Teas

Seven Mary Three at Rock 'N Roll Beer-B-Que. 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 3. Seminole Paradise Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood. 21+; tickets cost $35 in advance, $45 at the door, $75 for early admission VIP. Click here.

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