Have all those summer concert cancellations got you singing the blues? We’re truly amped to share that the music is alive and well here at Orlando’s Hometown Playground. Home to some of Central Florida’s hottest venues for live entertainment, several members of our iconic family continue to feature world-class acts every night, all while keeping music lovers safe and socially distanced. From rock bands to country combos to flamenco dancers, there are tunes on tap for every taste. So, put on your dancing shoes as we rock around the top spots for live music at ICON Park.
The first stop of our night on the town is the all new Ole Red. This foot-stompin’ honky tonk delivers some of the finest local and regional country acts this side of Nashville. If country’s not your thing, no worries! The acts here are incredibly versatile, and know how to wail rock, blues, pop, and folk with a Southern-fried flair that’s sure tickle any listener’s ear. HOT TIP: the music sounds even better after a couple of moonshine-based cocktails.
After scootin’ your boots to the sounds of Music City, you can take a load off at Tapa Toro Spanish Restaurant and watch some real professionals at work. Every Sunday through Saturday at 7pm and 9pm, this Castilian kitchen features authentic Flamenco dancing. The rhythmic clacking of the castanets and fancy footwork make the perfect pairing with a cold glass of sangria and tantalizing small plates.
Just across the Lawn, Tin Roof sets all the rollicking fun of a hometown dive bar to the sounds of professional acts that are at the top of their craft. From popular cover bands to masterful singer-songwriters to hilarious comedians, you’re bound to find the best of entertainment no matter what night you decide to show up (as if their beer list wasn’t reason enough)!
There’s nothing like a night on the town listening to some bumping beats from killer entertainers, and we’re excited that live music at ICON Park is keeping the party alive. No matter what night you decide to kick back with some tunes, there’s never a bad time to boogie on down to Orlando’s new live entertainment capital. So be sure to save the last dance for your buddies here at ICON Park, Orlando’s Hometown Playground.