The annual Greynolds Park Love-In is Sunday, May 16. The celebration of the 1960s features music, vintage clothing and memorabilia. Once a hangout of the “flower child,” Greynolds Park during the 1960s was the site in Miami for jam sessions, poetry readings and peaceful demonstrations.
That spirit is captured in the annual Love-In, when about 5,000 groovy guys and gals turn out for the one-day event which features a live concert with a national act from the '60s and activities for the entire family.
This year, rock music legend The Grass Roots, starring original lead singer Rob Grill, headlines in concert with famous hits such as "Midnight Confessions," "Let’s Live For Today" and "I’d Wait A Million Years." Also performing are Rewind, The Fit, Been There Done That, and Blackstar.
The event offers fun for the whole family, including a '60s costume contest, classic cars, a kids fun zone, food and drinks, arts and crafts, a hula hoop contest, tie-dying and more.
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