“Serving as the hot spot for South Florida’s music scene, Revolution Live is celebrating its 18th anniversary.”
“Damn Good Hospitality, the force behind this iconic music venue, is committed to providing a space for diverse talent to take the stage, including past artists such as Lady Gaga, The Weeknd, Katy Perry and John Legend.”
“The live concert space has become legendary in the Fort Lauderdale area. For anyone looking to watch their favorite indie performing artists and a place where promising new acts are frequently taking the stage, Revolution Live is a destination for music lovers and concertgoers alike.”
Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale Approve P3 Deals
In Fort Lauderdale, One Stop FTL LLC, managed by Jeff John of Damn Good Hospitality, won a licensing agreement to control 3.3 acres at 301 N. Andrews Ave.
The ArtsPark would cover one-third of the site, with a 19,154-square-foot cultural events center and a 21,710-square-foot European-style marketplace featuring food and retail vendors.
ArtsPark Coming to Flagler Village
The South Florida SunSentinel’s front page on March 17, 2022 announcing the Fort Lauderdale City Commission’s approval of Damn Good Hospitality’s $100 million project “ArtsPark.”
Developer wins approval for cultural center, park on city-owned site in Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village
Damn Good Hospitality Group plans entertainment and exhibition space with food and beverage service
“City commissioners approved a restaurant and music venue operator’s proposal to build and operate a new park with a cultural center on municipal land in the Flagler Village area just north of downtown Fort Lauderdale.”