Buffett’s New Non-Alchohol Brand Iced Tea

‘Paradise Key’ Iced Tea debuted to the public Monday night at
Landshark Stadium. Paradise Key by Margaritaville is a new line of ‘All Natural’ brewed teas.

The finest black, green and red teas are selected from around the
world and then brewed to perfection. Sweetened with just the right
amount of pure cane sugar and then flavored with real fruit. The
fruit named on the the label is actually in the bottle.

Available in four delicious flavors: Black Tea with Lemon; Tropical
Black Tea; Green Tea with Citrus; and Diet Peach Red Tea.

Whether you sip them them slowly while relaxing in your hammock or
gulp one down to quench your thirst after surfing, you are going to
love Paradise Key Iced Tea….from Margaritaville naturally!

Limited availability at store near you in the South East soon.

Buffett Performs at Landshark Stadium

Jimmy Buffett performed last night before the game between the Miami Dolphins and the Indianapolis Colts.

The Miami Herald has an article with a short video clip: “Celebs help usher in new attitude for Miami Dolphins

Rapper T-Pain popped out of a hearse and strode onto a VIP carpet to the sounds of screaming fans. A few feet away, Jimmy Buffett hoisted a beer on stage.

And Buffett, whose beer label acquired the stadium’s naming rights in May, was the main attraction. He performed some of his greatest hits before thousands at the Fin Zone bar area at the stadium’s Grand Plaza.

The stargazing continued inside the stadium, where celebrities watched players warm up on the sidelines. Serena and Venus Williams, who also own a small share of the team, appeared on-field with legendary Dolphins quarterbacks Dan Marino and Bob Griese.

Buffett’s appearance motivated some fans to come to the game more for the entertainment than the football.

“Oh, my God, it’s fantastic,” said Brenda Braley, president of the Miami Parrot Heads chapter, who helped sell more than 600 tickets to Monday’s game to other Buffett fans. “We’re just hungry for a show.”

Buffett to Perform Outside LandShark Stadium

From the Palm Beach Post: “Jimmy Buffett expected to perform outside stadium before Miami Dolphins game

Come Monday, Colts will be invading Land Shark Stadium, and so will Parrotheads.

The Dolphins plan a series of festivities before their game against Indianapolis on Monday Night Football, including a “surprise artist” performing on the Land Shark Tailgate Stage near Gate F at 7:45 p.m., nearly an hour before the 8:40 kickoff.

Sources said the artist is Jimmy Buffett, whose breakthrough hit in 1974 was Come Monday and whose fans are known as Parrotheads. This summer, LandShark Lager, the beer Buffett promotes, attached its name to the former Dolphin Stadium. Buffett also rewrote the lyrics to his song Fins to accommodate the Dolphins, who plan to play it after some scores.

Buffett is a friend and Palm Beach neighbor of Dolphins owner Stephen M. Ross, who is attempting to enhance the “game-day experience” with an influx of starpower to premiere Monday. Marc Anthony, Gloria and Emilio Estefan and Venus and Serena Williams are new limited partners in the Dolphins.