Smooth Caribbean music will fill the air at Tickles Dockside Pub from 7-10 p.m., Friday, May 18. Sammy Watts and his Combo will perform. Watts is a calypso vocalist and guitar player who has been part of the Caribbean music scene since he began playing in Nevis at age 14 on a stringed instrument homemade from a sardine can, nylon fishing line and a shingle.
Dinner specials and Tickle’s full dinner menu will be available throughout the performance. Dancers are welcome, and there is plenty of parking at Crown Bay Marina for both cats and boats.
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