Concert hours begin with the gate opening at 4 p.m., music starting around 5:45 p.m. and ending around 11 p.m. (band merchandise can be purchased by midnight).
Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 the day of the show, and can be purchased at multiple hot spots around town (cash only), including Pipe Dreams (3465 Bonita Beach Road, No. 6, Bonita Springs; and 13971 N. Cleveland Ave., Fort Myers), Sport Clips (in Cape Coral, Coconut Point and Gulf Coast Town Center) and the Treasure Chest (19149 S. Tamiami Trail, Fort Myers).
All seats are festival-style and on the lawn. No chairs, blankets, coolers or professional photography is allowed. There is no tailgating, and parking costs $7 at the City of Palms Park-East Parking lot. Residential parking fees will be at the owner’s discretion.
This show will take place rain or shine, so be ready to rock!
This year’s LiveX will be opened by a local group, which will be determined during 99X’s LocalX competition. So far, several great local bands have been competing for the privilege, and it’s coming down to the wire, with the final competition this Monday.
Competing in the finals: Strange Arrangement, Fellow Bliss, Day Minus 7, Nine Mile Drive, Venejer, and Team Cybergeist, taking place Monday, March 28, starting at 8 p.m., at Royal Key Bar and Grill, 1306 Cape Coral Parkway, Cape Coral.
The winner will be determined by four aspects from a panel of judges: song quality, stage performance, crowd reaction, and how good they are on their instruments/singing.
During the competition, the crowd can enjoy $2 domestic drafts and bottles. For those aged 18-21, there is a cover of $5. If over 21, entry is free.
Seether headlines this year's LiveX. Photo by Douglas Sonders.