While the three most popular Orlando dueling piano venues remain closed — Pat O’ Brien’s, Jellyrolls, and Howl at the Moon — amid quarantine orders, several smaller venues across Central Florida are starting to bring live entertainment back.
The Social NPR, a new mainstay in downtown New Port Richey, has become a mecca for live entertainment, with acoustic musicians on assorted weekdays, dueling pianos on Friday nights, and hot local bands on Saturday nights.
As venue capacities were lifted to 25% in May, and now 50% as of May 15th, the Social NPR has reinstated their live weekend entertainment, right on the mark of their one-year anniversary. Last week’s premiere show, featuring Premier Piano Shows’ Amy and Randy Keith, Orlando’s dueling pianos married couple, was a huge success, bringing Social regulars back as well as introducing “newbies” to the piano bar concept.
Aside from the Orlando metro area, Premier Piano Shows also serves several venues throughout suburban communities in Central Florida. The Lodge Craft and Brewing Company in Downtown Ocala is another hotspot for live entertainment, and starting again in June, dueling pianos every 2nd Friday night of the month.
As Florida enters phase 2 of the reopening plans, we will be returning to more of our local Central Florida restaurants, including the Twisted Birch Bar and Grill in Rockledge, Copper Chimney Bar and Grill in Palm Bay, and Matt’s Casbah in Melbourne.
Do you own a restaurant or know someone who manages entertainment and want to bring the excitement of interactive live music to your guests? Dueling Pianos is an awesome way to do it. Fill out our contact form and Premier Piano Shows will handle all the rest.
See you at a Dueling Piano show in Central Florida soon!