11th Annual Love-In Party in the Park, presented by Catholic Health Services
Sunday, May 4th, 2014
11 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
18500 NE 22nd Avenue
North Miami Beach, FL
Entrance: Through 22nd Avenue park entrance
General Admission: $20 (Advance Sales); $25 (at the door)
Children under 12 enter free, Parking is free.
Love-In Party Four Pack: $180 ($45/person); Includes 4 general admission tickets, 8 craft/seasonal beers (2 per person), food samplings, table for 4, and comfort station - only 100 tickets available.
VIP: $65/person; Includes access to VIP lounge, 4 craft/seasonal beers, food samplings, VIP parking, comfort station, and event t-shirt
Ultimate VIP: $85/person; Includes access to VIP lounge, 6 craft/seasonal beers, food samplings, reserved concert seating, VIP parking, comfort station, and event t-shirt.
Coolers, umbrellas, bottles, and pets are not permitted on park grounds.
Patrons are encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs, hula hoops, and frisbees and enjoy a full day of concerts and other activities the whole family can enjoy.
During the 1960s, Greynolds Park was a popular local site for the peace movement where Miami’s “flower child” staged impromptu “love-in’s” to protest the Vietnam War. It was a place where young people would gather and have poetry readings, bring their guitars and “jam out” to their favorite songs, much like the coffee houses of today.
In 2004, the Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department celebrated its 75th anniversary of the park system with events at each of its “heritage” parks, including Greynolds Park. With the vast history it held in the 60s, it was only fitting that Miami-Dade Parks Department held its first Greynolds Love-In on May 23, 2004, featuring Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals and Richie Havens as the headlining performers. The event was a huge success and patrons requested it be an annual event. The event has grown in scale and popularity ever since. Previous national artists have included The Spencer Davis Group, Joey Molland’s Badfinger, The Classic Rock All Stars, The Guess Who, Chuck Negron, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, The Grass Roots, Jefferson Starship, Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals and Richie Havens.