Two Popular Bands to Conclude WestonNights Concert Series

kids in studio
Photo Courtesy Saving Herald

The finale to the WestonNights Outdoor Concert Series promises to be bigger and better than ever with two popular local bands taking the stage on Saturday, March 14th. Headlining the concert is one of South Florida’s hottest party bands, the Shane Duncan Band, following opening act Saving Herald.

“Concertgoers can expect a little of everything that night,” explains Special Events Manager Annalisa Walker. “The Shane Duncan Band is a high-energy band specializing in Top 40, pop, rock, dance, country and disco, while Saving Herald is an alternative/grunge band made up of four local high school students who play a feel-good pop, rock and pop-punk mixture.”

The Shane Duncan Band has a repertoire of over 450 songs and band leader Shane Duncan says they choose what to play on the fly based on the crowd. With such an extensive playlist there is sure to be a song to please every musical preference. The band is well-known for country rock tunes such as The Devil Went Down to Georgia by the Charlie Daniels Band and Chicken Fried by the Zac Brown Band. They are likely to also play some of their original songs such as Life’s Snooze Bar or Get Your Drink Up.   

Shane Duncan Band
Photo courtesy Shane Duncan Band

Saving Herald also performs original songs written by its members, which include Cypress Bay High School junior Maxx Nunn, and three friends from nearby schools. 

This double-feature wraps up the three-concert series, which kicked off in November with The Pixels – Retro Eights Experience and featured a crowd-pleasing performance by the VAM Band last month. Walker says this show is expected to keep the high-energy excitement that has drawn record crowds this season. 

Unlike the previous concerts, the March 14th program starts at 6pm with Saving Herald followed by a full set by the Shane Duncan Band. The concert takes place at the event stage in Weston Regional Park. It is next to the park’s largest playground, where children can play before the show. 

Concertgoers are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets and come early to pick the perfect seating location. Coolers are welcome, but alcohol is not permitted in the park. Walker says many attendees take advantage of the food trucks. “We typically feature three to five food trucks with an assortment of food from pizza and hamburgers to ethnic cuisine, and even something to satisfy that sweet tooth,” states Walker.

For more information on the WestonNights Outdoor Concert Series call 954-389-4321 or visit