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By David Volz
Music, great food and fun made the Pompano Beach Seafood Festival a wonderful and successful event. This year, the Seafood Festival featured a new layout that stretched along the newly renovated beach section of Pompano Beach. Live music was presented on two stages and people could enjoy a wide variety of seafood offerings. And there were art and craft booths.
Tone Farkas of Steel Soul enjoyed the chance to perform at the Seafood Festival. Brian Smith enjoyed the opportunity to sell custom made coastal furniture. And thousands of people enjoy listening to music and eating seafood items such as coconut shrimp, crab cakes and fish dishes.
By David Volz
The Pompano Beach Seafood Festival was a huge success as thousands of people enjoyed wonderful seafood, music, fun and camaraderie. There was something for everyone and people had a great time.
There was continuous live music on three stages and there were 140 craft booths offering a huge variety of art and crafts.
On Saturday there was rock and roll with a variety of local bands anchored by Bad Company and former lead singer Brian Howe and Loverboy.
Vele Dabeski enjoyed the chance to serve top notch seafood to people who came to the event. “We were offering crab cakes, coconut shrimp and grouper. This is a nice event,” he said.
Denine Priddy said, “We are offering a wide variety of seafood items. We love being here.”
Mylo Anthony, a manager and performer with the Lifeline band said he and his fellow performers enjoyed the opportunity to perform.