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Blues, Brews, and BBQ at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek This Saturday

That's right, the third-annual barbecue, beer, and blues extravaganza is coming back to the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek this Saturday, April 3. If you're a fan of any of those three things, you should definitely check this out.

What makes the event so cool? First off, it features musical guests the Radiators, Bonerama, the Blasters, and Betty Padgett. The Radiators and Bonerama are both jazz-funk jam bands from New Orleans, which is the perfect music to listen to while quaffing ales from around the world. You'll be able to do that in the Bx3 tent, which, in addition to being air-conditioned and fully contained, will feature more than 100 local and international beers to sample.

I went last year, and sampling was easy thanks to short lines and lots

of space. The tent's bar-height tables set up in front of the stage

made drinking and soaking in the jams a comfortable and enjoyable time.

In addition, food from Rock 'N' Roll Ribs, Rosie Baby, Bru's Room,

and the Casino's own Fresh Harvest will be available for purchase.

Rosie Baby's crawfish and jambalaya sound like an easy pair for the

beer and tunes. Plus, last year, the casino's culinary team pulled out

all the stops and made some fantastic 'cue. If I remember correctly,

they had beef brisket with Tootsie Roll barbecue sauce. That's just


The event kicks off at 3 p.m. and runs until 11. Tickets cost $30, or $35 at the door. Get them at

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John Linn

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