Posted September 8, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Features

Orlando Music Scene

Enjoying a night out in Orlando has the potential to be super entertaining if you consider yourself a music lover! While most people view the city as a getaway for families heading to Disney, they would be surprised to know there’s a lot to check out as it relates to music as well.

From local bars to bigger stadiums and many places in between, there are seemingly endless opportunities to enjoy live music in the city of Orlando. Whether your preferred scene is the middle of general admission floor of a huge concert or something more laid back such as a jazz club, there’s a way to make your experience much more comfortable and convenient.


Professional transportation a great way to ensure your music experience in Orlando is one to remember for the right reasons! Everybody knows that attending a concert comes with a bit of sacrifice whether it be dealing with traffic and parking to see your favorite artist, or even the quest of getting a trustworthy designated driver for a night of music and club hopping. When you reserve a vehicle with a local transportation company, you’re able to enjoy drinks and dancing without worries!

A misconception about transportation is that it’s too expensive to consider for events like concerts. When the cost is split up among friends, it’s often the same price as an Uber or Lyft with many more features. There’s no ride share service or local taxi that has amenities likes spacious interiors for socialization, neon lighting, top notch stereos with streaming, or televisions with the ability to play DVD’s.

With all of the different choices for transportation in the city, it can be hard to know who to trust. When you’re searching for a trustworthy company, be sure to do a bit of research online, or click here. In the end, you’ll be elated that you took this extra step to prepare for your musical experience in the city when you experience the freedom that a limousine or party bus can bring. You’ll want to do this every time you decide to gather with friends for a night out!


Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound. I used to write for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine. Send your music to [email protected].