Pine Island Sounds Sails Again Dec. 12

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

The 502s will perform on the second Pine Island Sounds cruise benefiting SCCF. Photo provided

The Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation, in partnership with Captiva Cruises and Todd and Leanne Marcum, is excited to announce the second “Pine Island Sounds” cruise of the season featuring “The 502s.” This fundraising concert series directly supports SCCF’s water quality efforts including research, policy, and educational outreach for the very waters the concert cruise sails on.

Led by earnest banjo-strumming songwriter, Ed Isola, The 502s are a band of brothers whose sound has received critical acclaim as celebratory, wholesome, and utterly life-affirming. The 502s are undeniable rays of Florida sunshine, spreading joy one rambunctious folk song at a time.

This sunset concert cruise is quickly gaining notoriety for the high level of talent that is performing in the extremely intimate, open-air setting of The Lady Chadwick.

“The first concert cruise with Elizabeth Cook sold out quickly, so please plan accordingly,” said SCCF Events Manager and Pine Island Sounds Producer Jeff Siwicke.

This Dec. 12 cruise is scheduled to sail from 4 to 6 p.m. from McCarthy’s Marina on Andy Rosse Lane, Captiva. The 502s will celebrate the sun slipping below the horizon in spectacular fashion. Each ticket includes a “First Drink’s on Us” coupon thanks to Jack and Janie as well as an individual snack box. A cash bar is also available onboard. You can purchase tickets and find more information at at Eventbrite.

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