Peter Mayer and Brendan Mayer to Perform at Hazards on Middle Bass Island, Ohio

Peter Mayer and His Son Brendan to Play

A can’t miss songwriter’s concert is about to take place in the middle of Lake Erie on Middle Bass Island, Ohio. Peter Mayer, a member of Jimmy Buffet’s Coral Reefer Band for three decades strong; and his son Brendan Mayer, will take the stage at St. Hazards on Sunday, June 23, 2024 at 3 pm. Mayer has performed for crowds of thousands with the legend Buffet. Brendan, also a guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter toured with Buffet in 2014 and performs regularly as a soloist and with his trio.

A meet and greet will take immediately after the show and conclude by 6 pm.


Tickets and reservations do need to be made for what is sure to be a sell-out show. General admission prices start at ten dollars and V.I.P. tickets can be purchased for thirty dollars. Call St. Hazards’ main line 419-285-6121 to purchase.


To voyage to Middle Bass Island we need to remind everyone private boats, planes, the Miller Boatline, and Sonny-S Boatline are ways to access the island paradise.

The Sonny-S Boatline will run trips from MBI and The Boardwalk on SBI (South Bass Island).

The St. Hazards Shuttle Bus is available for everyone on the island once one reaches MBI. The cost is three dollars per person, per way.


Bookings can always be done online at Tent camping is being offered at an all-time low price of just twenty dollars per tent for a two-night stay. This way St. Hazards can accommodate anyone wanting to join in the festivities. Remember all gear must be brought across the lake.

This is a splendid way to usher in and celebrate Summer 2024 on the Lake Erie Islands. The blenders will all be on, we’re growing mint to muddle fresh Mojitos, have two bars stocked with Caribbean rums and there will be plenty of other libations being served along with a Caribbean-style menu.

Call 419-285-6121 to speak with one the members of our staff, for reservations, tickets and travel tips.

Josie is an award-winning television journalist and at one point the youngest, solo female anchor and producer of the evening news in the nation. She left to report from the ocean as a SCUBA Dive Reporter while writing her own weekly newspaper in Key West. There she covered the Key West Songwriter’s Festival, Parrotheads in Paradise, and started a blog which turned into a TV Show. Another business was born at the start of Little Palm Island‘s Sandbar Sessions. A grand piano was dropped on the sand to accommodate the sounds of Stevie Nicks and JK PR came to be.
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