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Affordable Living for Seniors with Gulf Coast Symphony & A Taste of the Cape

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Seniors have another opportunity for great food and entertainment at a reasonable cost - the Gulf Coast Symphony Concert is free and food tastes start at $2.

Symphony at Sunset PLUS the all-new Taste of the Cape Sunday, February 9, 2014.

FREE pops concert outdoors

The community tradition continues--and is now expanded! Gulf Coast Symphony has teamed up with the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral.

More than 20 local restaurants, plus a wide variety of craft beers, margaritas, and wine. Enjoy musical performances from local school groups, and finish the day with another sensational Symphony at Sunset!

Admission is FREE; food and beverages $2-9. No outside food, alcohol, coolers, or pets allowed.

Bring lawn chairs and appetite for great food and music in a beautiful Southwest Florida setting!

What to Know When You Go

  • Admission is free
  • Gates open at 1:00 p.m., event ends at sunset (~6:00 p.m.)
  • Purchase food & beverage tickets on site; no outside food or beverages or coolers allowed

  • Bring lawn chairs and/or blankets
  • Leave pets at home
  • Enter from Sunnybrook Avenue at Cape Coral Parkway; Sunnybrook Avenue and Beach Court will be closed to vehicular traffic
  • Accessible parking available at SunTrust Bank (530 Cape Coral Pkwy E), Capital Bank (506 Cape Coral Pkwy E), and Ice Sssscreamin (520 Cape Coral Parkway E)

  • Parking available at: Capital Bank (506 Cape Coral Pkwy E), the empty lots in the 400-block of Cape Coral Parkway, Club Square (with shuttle to park), and the Veterans Museum (with shuttle to park)

  • Musical performances:

    • 1:30-2:15 - Challenger Middle School Jazz Band
    • 2:45-3:15 - Hector A. Cafferata Jr. Elementary Chorus
    • 3:30-4:00 - Trafalgar Elementary Chorus
    • 4:30-6:00 - "Symphony at Sunset" free pops concert from the Gulf Coast Symphony (main stage)
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