Stay at the Beach Rentals Prepares for Summer

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The Summer Concert Series begins June 12 and runs through August 14.

Summer is here, and Stay at the Beach Rentals is gearing up for a fun-filled season. Condos are filling up fast, and the vacation rental company is offering last-minute deals and discounts on beautiful beachfront and golf course front condos that are guaranteed clean.

Those who enjoy live music are sure to enjoy Panama City Beach’s Summer Concert Series, which begins June 12 and runs through August 14. Vacationers can enjoy a free concert from 7-9 p.m. every Thursday at Aaron Bessant Park at Pier Park.

The 2014 band schedule is as follows:

June 12 – Grayson Capps Band
June 19 – Skinny Molly
June 26 – Casey Jamerson
July 3 – Air National Guard Band of the South
July 10 – Junior Marvin
July 17 – Heat and the Zydeco Gents
July 31 – Heritage
Aug. 7 – Loud Planet
Aug. 14 – T-Bird and the Breaks

The Summer Concert Series is hosted by Panama City Beach Parks and Recreation Department and sponsored by PCB CVB, Simon Properties, Beach Arts Coalition and Resort Quest. For more information, visit

Book a long weekend getaway now and enjoy everything Panama City Beach has to offer – other than the obvious beautiful white sand beaches! Reservations can be made online via the Stay at the Beach Rentals website or by calling 888-588-8257.

About the company:
With more than 27 miles of sugar-white sand beaches and unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation and water sports, a Panama City Beach vacation will not be forgotten. After working in real estate for many years, owner Erica Heller has begun her own business venture with Stay at the Beach Rentals. Heller is extremely excited about this opportunity, working diligently to please both the renters and the owners with their condo rental experience along with a full-time staff to assist. Stay at the Beach Rentals offers luxury waterfront condos and beachfront rooms. To check out their listings, please visit their website at

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