Tags: Margaritas in Paradise

Tags: Margaritas in Paradise

Saturday August 9th – Tag’s is celebrating its 22nd anniversary out back at the Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag’s, Route 352, Big Flats, NY. Come celebrate 22 years of Tag’s at a Beach themed blowout Margaritas in Paradise with Changes in Latitudes, the country’s premiere Jimmy Buffett Tribute act!

But there’s a catch – this party is by invitation only! And we’ve got your invite so keep listening for your invitation.

Tag’s will be cookin’ up a Traditional Island Pig Roast and to wash it all down with a tropical drink or Jimmy Buffett’s beer of choice Land Shark.Tag’s will be giving away door prizes along with various goodies for the first Twenty-One Hundred people through the gate.

There will be contests such as: Best Hawaiian Shirt, Swim Suit Competition (men and women), Best Parrot Hair, and games & activities like beach volleyball, slip ‘n’ slides, a dunk tank. Bobby K Entertainment will be bringing the fun with the Mechanical Surf Board, Island Rock Climbing Wall, and more!

Don’t miss out on the biggest birthday party of the summer – Margaritas in Paradise at Tag’s 22nd Anniversary, Saturday August 9th – Gates Open at 6:30pm – Show Starts at 8:00pm. For more info: The Summer Stage at Tags.

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