Movies & Music By the Marsh

2021 Schedule at MDC’s Hunter Amphitheater

Join MDC for a variety of cinematic and musical entertainment
with the beautiful backdrop of the Indian River Lagoon!
Scroll past the schedule for general information for all of our movie and music events

Calling all musicians!! We’re looking for players to join MDC for our Sunday Jams! 🎼 Solo artists, duets and small bands, and more are all welcome to jam with the core band on stage (for free and for fun!!). Mics, stands, and mixing equipment will be provided. Any interested musicians or full bands who want to sign up or need more info can contact Guy Flick at guy@marinediscoverycenter.org.

MUSIC: Sunday Jam
Sunday, April 18 | 1:00-4:00 p.m. This event has been cancelled due to weather.

Join us for a relaxing afternoon filled with music, food and beverages, and fun!  Admission is free and seating is in 10’x10′ squares on our grassy hill by the amphitheater. Feel free to bring chairs and blankets. Music will be a mix of classic rock, country, blue grass and more. If the weather forecast looks less than favorable, the event will be canceled no later than 11 a.m. that morning. You may call 386.428.4828 the day of the event to verify. 

MOVIE: Splash
Friday, May 7 | Gates open at 7:15; movie begins at 8:15

In this classic film from 1984, a young man is reunited with a mermaid who saved him from drowning as a boy. He falls in love with her, not knowing who or what she is. This film is rated PG with a run time of 1hr 51 minutes. Watch the trailer on YouTube.

Mermaid Traci and Mermaid Jessy will be available for meet & greet and photo ops prior to the movie!!

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MUSIC: Sunday Jam
Sunday, May 16 | 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Join us for a relaxing afternoon filled with music, food and beverages, and fun!  Admission is free and seating is in 10’x10′ squares on our grassy hill by the amphitheater. Feel free to bring chairs and blankets. Music will be a mix of classic rock, country, blue grass and more…and we’re always looking for musicians who want to jam! Interested musicians may contact guy@marinediscoverycenter.org for more information.

General Information for all Movies & Music by the Marsh Events

Tickets : All movies and music event seating is currently in 10’x10′ squares that can accommodate up to 6 people per square. Movie squares are $25 per square and require advance reservations. Squares must be purchased/reserved ahead of time either online or by calling 386.428.4828. You must show either a paper confirmation or have it ready on your phone to be admitted to the event. Music squares are FREE and on a first come, first serve basis.

Parking : Event parking is located in our large West Parking Lot; please do not park in the main MDC lot or other adjacent lots.

Seating : All seating opens when gates open (time differs for each event) and is on a first come, first serve basis.

What to bring : Please note that these events are outside, so dress for the weather and plan accordingly with bug spray, jacket, and sun protection (for midday music events). You are also encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs for seating in your square. We ask those who choose to view in lawn chairs utilize the top of the amphitheater hill with those watching on blankets using the lower level of the amphitheater hill.

Concessions & Restrooms : Concessions are available for all shows but the types of concessions may vary from show to show. On-site purchases currently are cashless. Restrooms are located inside Marine Discovery Center and will be open throughout the event.

COVID Policies : Masks and social distancing currently are required while moving around the amphitheater, at the concession stand, and inside Marine Discovery Center. Once safely situated in your viewing square you can remove your mask.


For questions or additional info
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please contact Wendy Castino at wendy@marinediscoverycenter.org or Guy Flick at guy@marinediscoverycenter.org

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