Mullins will close out the two-day festival. This well-known singer-songwriter brings his special brand of Americana southern roots to SongFest for the second time in two years.
“He was just so popular last year and is such an amazing talent, we were thrilled he was able to come back for this year’s festival,” remarked Todd Ramquist, festival organizer.
Mullins hails from Atlanta, Georgia and is best known for some of his early work including his hit top-40 song Lullaby. These days, his music is still powerful but a little more southern roots inspired and country infused. His latest hit, My Stupid Heart, inspired by his recent divorce, has been receiving critical acclaim.
Tickets are on sale now at www.safetyharborsongfest.com for the two-day event, which takes place April 2 & 3 on the town’s picturesque waterfront park located next to the Safety Harbor marina and pier. Safety Harbor SongFest is presented by Bright House Networks and proudly sponsored by the Tampa Bay Times.
This year’s confirmed lineup also includes national recording artists Robin Zander, Otis Taylor, Love & Theft, Ben Sollee, Matt the
Electrician, Daphne Willis, Chris Gelbuda, Joe Craven, Anne Harris, The Vespers, The Shook Twins, HONEYHONEY, Dan Rodriguez, David Jacobs-Strain, Tall Heights, Mastersons, and many more who pull from a wide range of influences, including blues, bluegrass, country, jazz, pop, world beat and more.
Performances will be enjoyed at two stage areas on both days, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. Musicians will also perform at local venues in downtown Safety Harbor throughout the weekend. Tickets can be purchased directly from www.safetyharborsongfest.com.
For more information on Safety Harbor Song Fest and Safety Harbor Art and Music Center please visit www.safetyharborartandmusiccenter.com
About Safety Harbor Music and Art Center and Safety Harbor SongFest
SHAMc is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to promote education in the fine art, visual arts, and performing arts. Todd Ramquist and Kiaralinda (no last name) wanted to create a community arts center for many years. SHAMc is currently under construction in downtown Safety Harbor and is quickly becoming a landmark. Founders Ramquist and Kiaralinda are both local artists who are globally renowned for their art house, Whimzeyland.