Live country music and line dancing are back in Bradenton and Sarasota. Joyland Country Music Night Club, the popular live country music dance hall in Bradenton is under new ownership and will be re-opening after being closed for nearly nine months.
After being closed for almost nine months the Joyland Country Music Club is reopening its doors to the public.
“The Bradenton community is going to have a home again,” says Scott Serbin
Serbin, Co-Owner of Joyland, used to play with the Daisy Dukes Band at the country music club. He says he was saddened by Joyland’s closing but jumped at the chance to re-open.
“The community lost something, we thought we could kinda bring it back and really put a stamp on live music again,” says Serbin.
Serbin says he made very minor changes to the iconic club. He hopes with a bigger stage – bigger stars will stop to play. “I think Joyland really is about the people who come here it’s about the community as much as it is the stage and the bands and that’s why we didn’t want to change too much,” he says.
Joyland will be have soft openings all of February on Fridays and Saturday nights until the big reopening in April. To stay informed of upcoming events and concerts you can check on their webpage.
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