Five Acts We're Psyched to See at Coastline Festival
Rookie season is looking bright for the Coastline Festival. The one day music, craft beer, food truck, and art oasis is completely stacked with a great lineup on all fronts and a super pumped crowd eager to be a part of the first-ever event. A special treat for West Palm, this indie circus is heavy on live music with a modern electro-indie twist.
The local beers will be consumed with gusto and the Isle of Art will no doubt see its fair share of inspired eyes. But here at County Grind, we can't help but foam at the mouth over the musical lineup. Big names, up-and-comers, and local acts will all be gracing us with their presence on what is bound to be a whirlwind of a day. To make sure you plan out the perfect festy schedule, here are our picks for five Coastline bands you have to see.
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We're about supporting all things local at New Times, and luckily Coastline gives us that opportunity. Recently added, Fort Lauderdale bands Civilian and Kids will be providing the necessary homegrown SoFlo flavor. Kids' breezy yet structured sound blends in perfectly with the lineup of artists that have no doubt inspired them along the way. We are excited to see them, but probably not as excited as they are to share the stage with some of indie-pop's finest.
4 The Neighbourhood
It might never dip down cold enough for a sweater in our delightful South Florida bubble, but we do have a thing for sweater weather. The lead single off The Neighbourhood's first full length offering was like a musical suction that led directly to listening to the entirety of "I Love You" on repeat. The album comes with many a jam, and we're stoked to hear these chilled out songs live.