Woodystock returns for it’s 3rd year to the Historic Virgina Key Beach in Miami. The benefit festival is set to begin at 2pm on Saturday, December 12th with performances by The Expendables, Maxi Priest, Cris Cab, Bachaco and Future Prezidents.
Since 2011, The Woody Foundation has raised more than $700,000 to help those with paralysis and spinal cord injuries and has helped provide equipment to hospitals and raise funds for local charities. Named after James “Woody” Beckham who suffered a spinal cord injury making a rugby tackle in January 2011, Woody, his family and friends have bonded together help others with paralysis. The Woody Foundation also distributes Woody Packs at no cost to the user – the Woody Pack is a backpack loaded with assistive devices to help those with limited hand functioning.
Now in it’s 3rd year, Woodystock promises to be bigger than before. There will be music, cold drinks, tasty food, live art and nothing but good vibes on Saturday as they celebrate for a great cause and party on the beach.
To keep the crowd entertained the show will kick off with a performance by Miami native. fresh off his tour with Pharrell Williams, Cris Cab who will debut new music and include some special appearances from label mates and famous friends. Following Cab’s performance, reggae legend, Maxi Priest will take to the stage to perform his hits, “Close to You”, “Wild World”, “That Girl” and more.
The show will continue with a performance by Miami-based group Bachaco who will set the mood with Latin-infused reggae jams followed by Future Prezidents from Palm Beach who broke out at SunFest 2013 when they opened for Jimmy Cliff. Closing out will be The Expendables, a reggae rock band from Santa Cruz, California giving concert goers a taste of their signature West Coast surf reggae rock vibe.
Tickets are currently on sale now for $20 general admission, $80 VIP, to purchase click here.