North Mississippi Allstars will headline the three-year anniversary of Tuffy's in Sanford

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North Mississippi Allstars - WYATT MCSPADDEN
  • Wyatt McSpadden
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Fans of North Mississippi Allstars may want to alter or just simply add on to their concert plans this month. The roots music heroes have had an Orlando date locked for a while now at the Dr. Phillips Center's pandemic-adapted Frontyard Festival, but it was only an opening slot for headliner Blackberry Smoke on April 27.

Diehard Stans might want to look instead at the headlining Allstars performance just announced by Tuffy's Music Box, the music venue of Sanford's Tuffy's Bottle Shop & Lounge. Four days after the Dr. Phillips Center show, on May 1, the North Mississippi Allstars will do an outdoor performance to celebrate Tuffy's three-year anniversary. The show will be outdoors and limited to half capacity.
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Opening will be eclectic, locally tied St. Pete band Someday Honey, who impressed at the Dr. Phillips Center's AMP'd Series. Tickets now available.



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