Big Bad Voodoo Daddy performing at a Rockin’ on the River concert

downtown fort myers

The Rockin’ on the River concert series concludes with four free concerts, all at the Calusa Sound Amphitheater.

Although Monday’s concert was postponed due to Hurricane Ian, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy wrapped up the series with a bang.

In downtown Fort Myers, people swayed along the river all night long.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy played Christmas music and got the huge crowd dancing and singing all night long.

Concert in downtown Fort Myers with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.Credits: Wink News

WINK News spoke with David O’Shea. He explained that he came because he couldn’t go to Woodstock, but this was the next best thing.

Dan and Linda Danlinger told Wink News they saw Big Bad Voodoo Daddy 40 years ago.

“I said we were going because everyone was here, hahaha, joiners! I’ve never heard of this group, but it’s great that they’re swinging like they were in the 1970s. If this was the floor, Then I’ll grab my knees like I did in college and rock like this,” said O’Shea. .

Crowd at the concert.Credits: Wink News

“Well, I’ve seen voodoo daddies maybe 40 years ago, maybe 30 years ago, but that was a long time ago and they’re good,” said Linda.

If you don’t know, the atmosphere in downtown Fort Myers was so much fun for the concert.

The concert was free to attend. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy performing at a Rockin’ on the River concert

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