Revelers and visitors enjoyed the live music, getting up to dance and sing along with their favorites. TIFFANY DUONG/Keys Weekly

The show always finds a way to go on. After COVID-19 postponed the Key Largo Original Music Festival in May, musicians and their fans were eager to play and enjoy the event this past weekend. Singers and songwriters from all over the country came to Key Largo for the four-day festival. In heavy representation were Nashville, New York, Texas, Florida and, of course, the Keys. Music in the round was played on six different stages, with everyone eager and grateful for the opportunity to enjoy live, original music in paradise once again.

Singers and songwriters participated in music in the round style performances throughout the festival on six different stages.
Nick Britt sings a song he wrote for his new fiancee, Ashlee Hewitt, called “Lovelee (Never Let You Go).” The cover for the song is an image of Key Largo, where the pair recently got engaged underwater.
For his last set of the weekend, Nick Britt invited his new fiancee, Ashlee Hewitt, on stage to sing one of her hits, “Coke and Rum.”

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