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SunFest Tickets for Saturday, May 4, Are Half Off Today!

Nowhere else in the universe will you be able to yell the words "I want you to want me!" along with Cheap Trick's Robin Zander, while covered in paint, except at this year's SunFest. 


The Saturday lineup features both the band that sung "Surrender" and the world's largest paint party, Life in Color. This year's colorful concert will feature Miami's own producer and DJ David Solano and progressive and electro house DJ Morgan Page. Also on the bill that day is American Idol winner Phillip Phillips, Slightly Stoopid, and reggae group Tribal Seeds. 

A one-day Saturday pass'll usually run you 37 bucks, but for today only, you can get your ticket for only $18. Continue on for details. 

Visit voicedailydeals.com and click away to get your Voice Daily Deal. 


SunFest. May 1 to May 5, 100 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. Visit sunfest.com for full lineup, which includes Smashing Pumpkins, Kendrick Lamar, and Train. 


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