The City of Altamonte Springs and XL 106.7 FM are partnering to present the 23rd annual Red Hot & Boom festival on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at Cranes Roost Park in Uptown Altamonte.
More than two decades since it first began, the free event has grown into an anticipated family-friendly tradition, drawing more than 175,000 spectators celebrating the spirit of summer. in America
Here’s what you need to know before attending this year’s Red, Hot & Boom.
WLOQ 102.5 and the City of Altamonte Springs are joining together for Jazz Jams Uptown featuring Nils and Mike MacArthur on June 15, at the Eddie Rose Amphitheater in Crane’s Roost Park.
Nils is a jazz guitarist who has received many accolades, including Song of the Year and Song of the Decade for the 2005 track, “Pacific Coast Highway.”
Sharing the stage will be saxophonist Mike MacArthur, who released his newest CD, “Feels Like Home,” this month. It features 10 tracks of jazz standards and originals, produced by Grammy-nominee Brian Bromberg.
The concert will run from 7pm to 10pm, and is free to attend. Cranes Roost Blvd. will be closed during this event, and no pets, bottles, food, alcohol or coolers may be brought into the park.