Bronson Arroyo and Elan Trotman

Key West Bicentennial Concert

$100 VIP / $35 General Admission / $20 Students

Limited capacity

Ticket proceeds support Old Island Restoration Foundation and The Studios of Key West.

Location: Oldest House Museum – Tom Majors Garden, 322 Duval Street

Key West Florida 200th anniversary sign in yellow and red with a conch shell and palm trees
Bronson Arroyo playing guitar looking sideways

REGISTRATION

VIP Seating Sold Out. 

If you’d like to attend, but just can’t afford it, we may be able to help. Learn more about The Studios’ Accessibility Fund here.

Key West Bicentennial Concert

Old Island Restoration Foundation and The Studios of Key West Present
Bronson Arroyo and Elan Trotman at The Oldest House Museum 

 

Born in Key West, Florida. Bronson played Major League Baseball from 2000-2014. His musical interest was nurtured by his grandmother Norma Dopp who taught music in Key West for 53 years. His debut album, Covering the Bases, includes covers from bands such as Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots, and Foo Fighters.

Saxophonist Elan Trotman has quickly become one of jazz’s most thrilling and emotive performers.

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