“Viva” performances are from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. in the village’s main courtyard providing ample seating for the audience’s listening enjoyment as well as dancing. There is no cover charge for the “Viva” show.
Cash Bar and buffet will be available and reservations to attend must be made by calling direct to the Village Chalet Restaurant at 305-258-8900.
For aficionados of rock and roll, “Viva” is one of the few groups in the country that performs live music from the 1950s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
“We’re really looking forward to being able to showcase our group’s talents for South Florida audiences,” said “Viva” manager and keyboardist Paul Saca. “We feel we are the ‘heart and soul’ of classic rock.”
Joining Saca in the “Viva” performing group are Kookie Gee, “The Professor,” on bass guitar and lead vocals; Heppi Pettit on lead guitar and vocals, and “Juli” del Valle on drums and vocals.
Known nationally for their outstanding four- part harmonies with an emphasis on music from the ’50s and ’60s, “Viva” has the distinction of being recognized as the No. 1 classic rock ‘n’ roll band in Florida.
The group has appeared as the opening act for many national recording stars such as The Little River Band, Three Dog Night, America, Lou Gramm of Foreigner, Mike Pinera and the Classic All Stars, Gim Blossom, Bad Company and The Village People.
For more information on the group go online to www.vivarockband.com.
For reservations and information on the Cauley Square Friday Show Nights with “Viva” Classic Rock and Roll call direct to 305-258-3543 or The Village Chalet restaurant at 305-258-8900. Reservations must be made for the “Viva.”
Cauley Square Historic Railroad Village is located at 22400 Old Dixie Hwy. (just off US 1 at 224th Street). Cauley Square is open daily seven days a week, however the village’s shops are closed on Mondays. Entry and parking is free.
For more information, visit online at www.cauleysquare.com.