The Orlando-based Jonnie Morgan band, which is currently working on its fourth album, were one of the bands that played at the Winter Garden Music Fest on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Tony Tyler from the rock-n-roll and gypsy funk band Come Back Alice entertains the audience with his energetic bass-playing skills during a performance on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Winter Garden residents Dorinda Fox and Barbara Page enjoy the musical performance by the Jonnie Morgan band.
Trio Soledad – a local rumba-flamenco group that mixes flamenco, jazz, and Afro-Cuban rhythms – plays a cover of a song from The Gypsy Kings at the downtown gazebo on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Jonathan Morris, the owner of Morris Family Farms in Lake Mary, sells grilled corn on the cob at the music fest's food vendor area.
From left: Marianella Campo, Stephanie Collazo, Rocio Vacarri and Nisha Vaccari came from Clermont to enjoy the local bands performing at the Winter Garden Music Fest.
Tony Tyler and Dani Jaye from Come Back Alice play a cover of a song from The Allman Brothers Band. Based in St. Petersburg, Come Back Alice blends rock, soul, gypsy jazz and funk music.
The Sh-Booms, a soul, garage and rock'n'roll band, played before a large crowd on Saturday night.
Heidi, a Winter Garden resident, joined The Sh-Booms onstage with her tambourine.
Beebs and Her Money Makers headlined the Winter Garden Music Fest.
Whitney Abell Couch performs with Johnny Wild and the Delights.
Johnny Wild and the Delights played the gazebo on Friday night.
The Strolling Piano makes its way along Plant Street.
Phantasmagoria entertained the crowd with fire and magic.
Photos by Gabby Baquero and Amy Quesinberry