Panama City—Downtown Panama City has a thriving entertainment scene, with local businesses keeping the city alive with events, activities, and live music.
For some the fun lasts all night, for others the next day. But downtown is packed with things to do every week, so there’s enough for everyone to come and go. Here’s a look at the upcoming events, entertainment, and activities in downtown Panama City over the next few days.
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Live music at Harrisons
Start your weekend with Southern and coastal cuisine at Panama City’s newest waterfront restaurant. Harrison’s Kitchen and Bar5 Harrison Ave. features live classical and Southern rock music by the GreenHead Band on Fridays from 6-9pm.
Additionally, live music by local musicians is served at Harrison’s every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday starting at 6:00 PM and Sunday brunch from 10:00 to 11:00 AM.
For more information, call 850-979-5550 or visit www.greenhead.band.
Psychedelic night at Mosey’s
Moses Downtown, 425 Grace Ave. for Psych Night on Fridays from 7pm to 11pm. This event includes artists, vendors, food and beverages, and live entertainment. Mosey’s will also shoot promotional videos for Psych Night and the growing psychedelic scene.
Enjoy live performances from local and regional talent such as Soul Machine, Valdosta Psychedelic Masters, Elder Flovvers, hometown psychedelic surf rock, John Ceaser & The Ceaser Salad, Panama City indie rock’n’rollers and more.
For more information, call 850-215-4802 or visit Mosey’s Downtown on Facebook.
Don’t miss this night of laughter hosted by one of the city’s favorite comedians. The Panama City Comedy Group brings a night of laughter to Mosey’s Saturday night from touring comedians both locally and nationally. The show starts at 8pm and tickets are $10 on Eventbrite.
Rock Show at the House of Henley
Grab your favorite Irish food and a cold beer, henry’s house, 461 Harrison Ave., Saturday night with live music from Fents The Band. Based in Montgomery, Alabama, the band puts on rock shows at HoH from 9pm to midnight.
For more information, call 850-481-1602 or visit www.Hohpub.com.
history class ax and ale
Put your ax throwing skills to the test while sipping a cold beer at. History Class Brewing Company, 6 E. Fourth St. On Wednesday, History Class will partner with the Ax 850 for a night of mobile ax throwing fun. Ax throwing costs $1 per throw or $15 for unlimited.
For more information, call 850-801-2337 or visit www.historyclass.beer.
Exhibition at art center
This month, the Center for the Arts gallery space has three exhibits, all created from the work of local artists.
The Main Gallery presents the Fired Up exhibition featuring ceramics by nine local artists: Pavel Amromin, Mary Kay Griffiths, Gillian Hewson, Tammy Marinuzzi, Kelly McLendon, Jawelia Rizvi, Cynthia Smith, and Nolan Windholz. , Mandy Yurick.
The Mirror Gallery showcases work from the Bay Arts Alliance’s annual Royal Flippin’ Skateboard Competition. This year is the people’s choice. So it’s up to the community to decide who has the best show, 1st and he’s 2nd. Show your support and vote for your favorite deck.
Photographs by local artist Shelton Halstead will be displayed in the cafe gallery. Using manuals and digital film to create the photographs, Halstead used the exhibition to showcase moments he has captured over the years.
All three exhibits will be on display until August 27th. The Center for the Arts, located at 19 E. Fourth St., is free and open to the public Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday morning to 5pm.
For more information on the Summer Show, visit pccenterforthearts.com.