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2013 Gulf Coast Summerfest at Pensacola Beach

PENSACOLA BEACH   -   An R  &  B concert on Pensacola Beach is in the works..

"Banks Enterprise" wants to set up a stage on the sand on Casino Beach the Saturday of Labor Day weekend which is August 31st.
    
Organizers are still booking acts for the "2013 Gulf Coast Summerfest". ...

Source: www.weartv.com/

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