Rockin’ Robinson is an Orlando-centric music festival celebrating artists of all types and genres held in the Milk District of Orlando, east of downtown.
There will also be food and beverages for purchase, local vendors, and more. This show is rated all ages.
General admission is $10 for those over 12 years of age (including you adults), and $5 for kids age 5-12.
A VIP package is $30 and includes event admission, Rockin’ Robinson T-Shirt and Koozie and 2 drink tickets.
The Milk District Main Street will present the third annual Rockin’ Robinson, an Orlando-centric music festival celebrating artists of all types and genres, will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020.
In this week’s Orlando dining news round-up, chef’s dinners, cocktail dinners, and new openings. Are you hungry? Let’s dive in…
Chef John Rivers will be joined by Chef Greg Richie (of Soco Thorton Park and Baoery Asian Gastropub) for the next installment of The COOP‘s Chef Series on Wednesday, April 27.
The interactive demo will include Chef Richie’s Chicken Fried Steak with Truffled Pan Gravy and Chef Rivers’ Cinnamon Roll Bread Pudding. Samples of the demo dishes will be served, and each guest will leave with recipe cards.
Mexican eatery Gringos Locos announced this week they are planning on opening a second location in Orlando’s Milk District.
The popular fast-casual restaurant serves up a variety of tacos, burritos, and other tasty Mexican grub at very wallet friendly prices.
No exact location has been given, but the Milk District is located about 1 mile east of downtown Orlando, along Robinson between Bumby and Primrose. No opening date has been given, either.
Gringos Locos original location is at 20 E. Washington in downtown Orlando.