Governors Club Seafood & Music Beach Party

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Governors Club Seafood & Music Beach Party
Saturday, August 22, 2015 2:00 PM
Governors Club, New York City, NY
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  • Ticket Price: $40.00 - $60.00
  • Door Time: 1:00 PM
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Governors Club Seafood & Music Beach Party
Featuring Badfish-- A Tribute to Sublime, 
Bob Marley Tribute performed By Cannabis Cup Band, 
Gary Nesta Pine- former lead singer of The Wailers
Top Shotta Band featuring Screechy Dan 
Closing out the night,

Badfish-A Tribute to Sublime will perform SUBLIME's 40oz of Freedom album in its entirety + the hits! 

Amazing Food Menu!

Ambrose Beer and Lobster will be featuring it's never before seen fall menu
with fresh Lobster Rolls, Fried Shrimp, Fried Calamari and Fish Tacos. 

Also - the New Orleans Crawfish King himself, SHAGGY will make his return serving up whole lobsters, king crab legs and his famous Louisiana boiled shrimp and clams!
Do not miss out.

Doors Open at 1pm
Music goes from 2pm-9pm

Seafood Platter will be available for $30 during event while supplies last.
Additional Food items will be offered.



And if summer rain showers pop up, you stay dry under the open air tent and enjoy a pint and some funk!

Ages 5 & Under Admitted Free.

These items are prohibited on the ferry and at the show:
Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, etc. (the ferry is walk-on only); outside food and beverages; bottles, cans, camelbaks, canteens, flasks, bota bags, etc.; weapons of any kind; illegal substances; chairs; pets; beach umbrellas

Governor’s  Club/ Governor’s Island, NYC /

The Governors Island ferry departs from the Battery Maritime Building located at 10 South Street, adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry in Lower Manhattan. The ferry terminal is accessible as follows:

By Subway / 1 to South Ferry station / 4, 5 to Bowling Green station / R to Whitehall St. station

There is a $2 fee to ride the Ferry. There will be continuous and frequent ferry service throughout the day.