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Pets, RVs, tribute shows, and wings with beer on tap for this weekend

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Paws in the Park returns to the West Palm Beach Waterfront.
Posted at 3:52 PM, Feb 18, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-19 13:32:30-05

JUPITER, Fla. — This weekend we are starting to see more and more events pop-up in South Florida and all of them are following the CDC's COVID-19 guidelines.

1) Parmalee - Jupiter
If you've been listening to country radio lately there is a new hit called "Just the Way" with Parmalee and Blanco Brown.

The 2016 ACM new vocal duo will be at the Abacoa Town Center on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. Tickets start at $25 plus tax and fee. They will be practicing social distancing and requiring temperature checks.

2) Paws in the Park - West Palm Beach

Paws in the Park returns, safely, to the West Palm Beach Waterfront on Sunday, Feb. 21 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. The free event features pet adoptions, food, beer, pet vendors, and live music from The Motowners, "The Ultimate Motown Tribute Band." Dog owners are encouraged to bring their furry friend(s). This is the first major event for New Country 103.1 WIRK since the Rib Round-up in 2020.

3) Journey Tribute Band - Stuart
"Never Stop Believin'," a Journey tribute band, is playing a free concert at the Martin County Fair at 7 p.m.

4) 2021 West Palm Beach RV Show - West Palm Beach

Come plan your next adventure at the West Palm Beach RV show all weekend long at the South Florida Fairgrounds. With the coronavirus pandemic, you may want to have a bubble that your family can travel in to see scenic destinations. There will be a diverse selection of RVs plus you can check out local resorts and campgrounds. Adults cost $10 and kids under 12 are free.

5) Wing N' Beer Fest, Anyway Fest - Vero Beach
Walking Tree Brewery is hosting 15 of Florida's microbreweries, eight local restaurants, food trucks all competing to see who has the best chicken wings. 100% of the proceeds go to help clean area waterways. The event is on Saturday, Feb 20 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m and tickets are $30.