Find a swell time at West End's Hurricane Party with the Movement, Ballyhoo!, Whole Wheat Bread and more

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Actual hurricanes don’t just cutely “stir it up.” No, no, actual hurricanes suck and at their least intrusive loot us of our air conditioning and at their most shake communities to their core. But West End Trading Company’s annual Hurricane Party is more like the apple of the hurricane’s eye – with gusts of reggae rocking in from the North in the form of the music festival’s headliners, the Movement and Ballyhoo!, as well as a regional lineup that’s more stocked than a nervous Nelly’s storm shelter, featuring Beebs & Her Money Makers, Thomas Wynn & the Believers, the Legendary JC’s, Whole Wheat Bread, and many more spread across five stages. Celebrate the start of the new season (June 1-November 30) in Sanford while things are still swell. 



WEST END'S 9TH ANNUAL HURRICANE PARTY with the Movement, Beebs & Her Money Makers, Whole Wheat Bread and more noon Saturday, May 30 | West End Trading Co., 202 S. Sanford Ave., Sanford | 407-322-7475 | drinkatwestend.com | $20-$30

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