This Saturday, November 4, the first annual Rock N Brew Music and Arts Festival is going down, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., and it's FREE! Music, art, food, and's a surefire recipe for a good time. Come out to downtown Palm Harbor and bring the whole family or all your friends!

Living up to its name, the Rock N Brew Music and Arts Festival is a potpourri of local art, beer, and food vendors displaying their best as the libations flow courtesy of Great Bay Distributors (GBD).

The Festival is free to attend, there is no admission; food, drink, and artwork, however, are extra so be sure to bring some cash. For free you can enjoy a non-stop lineup of music. Here's the lineup:

First off, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., is Danielle Mohr and the Moonlight Madness.

Ms. Mohr, born and raised in Dunedin, is an acoustic guitarist, vocalist, and singer-songwriter. Ms. Mohr dabbles in guitar melodies mixed with thoughtful, engaging lyricism, and has a knack for including the audience in her live shows. A local favorite, she never disappoints!

Following Ms. Mohr, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., is Edge of Red, a party band.

Edge of Red is a sensory delight to behold, with their stunning audio-visual presentation of the most classic sounds from dance, funk, and rock from the past three decades. Their repertoire ranges from Journey, AC/DC, and Led Zeppelin, to Metallica, Fleetwood Mac, and Evanescence.

The nightcap, so to speak, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., is In Business, the funkiest band! 

Hailing from New Orleans, In Business cooks up a gumbo, if you will, of saxophone-playing, grooves, guitar licks, vocals, solos, and group musical mastery. Listeners often describe the listening experience as a magical musical trip, guided by lyrics ranging from every day to extraordinary. In Business released its debut album of original music in February 2016, and has been on tour locally and nationally ever since, spreading the gospel of funk.

Proceeds from the Rock N Brew Music and Arts Festival benefit the Downtown Palm Harbor Merchants Association, which will use the proceeds to foot the bill for new landscaping, trash cans, benches, and street lights in downtown Palm Harbor over the next six months. Parking for the event will be in downtown Palm Harbor. Overflow parking will be at Pop Stansell Park off Florida Ave., and on Florida Ave., west of Alt-19. Read more about this event in Top 10 Things to Do this Weekend in Tampa Bay 11/3 - 11/5.