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Virginia Key Grassroots Festival Tickets Half Off!

South Florida fans of roots music, rejoice! The Virginia Key Grassroots Festival is returning for its third year in a row to that funny little plot of beach on Biscayne Bay. This year, it even made our list of the top five fests in the Sunshine State worth a road trip.

You can catch out of town acts like Boston-based reggae guys John Brown's Body or African-via-Asheville's Toubab Krewe. And meaty local favorites like Deerfield Beach's Uproot Hootenanny, Fabrika Music's electro-rockers Minimal and Grammy-nominated Latin trio Locos Por Juana.

Since we know you're itching to get in at a discount, New Times' Voice Daily Deals is offering half off tickets for a limited time. Get them now here, before they sell out.

For the full lineup, visit our sister blog in Miami, Crossfade.

Virginia Key Grassroots Festival 2014. Thursday, February 20, to Sunday, February 23. Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Beach Drive, Key Biscayne. Four-day festival passes cost $90 and up via grassrootsstore.org. Call 786-409-5261, or visit virginiakeygrassroots.com.

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