* Mardi Gras Casino– Great Concert Series (Hallandale Beach)

Posted on November 1st, 2013 · Hallandale Beach Music/Events/Other

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* Mardi Gras Casino– Great Concert Series (Hallandale Beach)

I don’t know about you guys, but Jeff Eats thinks that it’s absolutely absurd to pay a “king’s ransom” to buy a a concert ticket…sometimes, the service fees are literally more than the “seat” price.


This past year the Mardi Gras Casino has/had a Rock N Roll/Pop concert series that priced tickets at $10, $20, $40 a ticket—with a service charge of maybe a buck or two per ticket. The acts that have already appeared…The Lovin’ Spoonful, The Grass Roots, The Association, The Atlanta Rhythm Section, The Marshall Tucker Band, Jay & The Americans—still left to go, Fire Fall on November 12th and The Manhattans on December 31st…

Be smart– keep an eye on Mardi Gras Casino’s website as the casino has all types of entertainment coming through—and you won’t have to go for you lungs to get a ticket.

5 Comments to “* Mardi Gras Casino– Great Concert Series (Hallandale Beach)”

  1. Lou Adler says...

    jeff, I saw jay and the americans and the grass roots there. terrific concerts and all of the seats are good. this is a great place to see a show on a nice night as the venue is outdoors. as you mentioned the tkts are priced just right.

  2. Azureblue says...

    $10.00 tickets with $1.34 fee is a bargain!! Tickets will be available for purchase on this site & at the Mardi Gras Casino Coffee Cart. Tickets sales will end on Brown Paper Tickets the day of concert November 12th, 2013 at 4pm.

    All Gold Carded Members that are eligible for a 50% discount must visit Mardi Gras Casino to receive the discounted pricing.

    Ticket holders can enjoy our $14.95 buffet at French Quarter for a discounted price of $10.95.

    The genealogy and musical roots of Firefall run deep in the fertile soil of American folk/rock music. Along with contemporaries like Crosby, Stills and Nash, The Band, The Eagles and Loggins and Messina, they created a sound that defined a generation and forever changed the musical landscape. Defying industry labels, they creatively melded country, folk, easy listening, and rock n’ roll to create a sound that was uniquely their own. Firefall is one of the few surviving bands of this genre, remaining true to the founding vision throughout the bands’ 30-year history.

  3. JAMES says...

    Best priced shows in Florida.

  4. Joe Castman says...

    I saw The Grass Roots and they were sensational.
    Mardi Gras is practically giving the tickets away. Every seat is good.
    Check this venue out.

  5. MK says...

    Just heard Jeff Eats on 740am. Nice comments on the Mardi Gras.

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