To celebrate Ocean Week, Bud & Alley's Waterfront Restaurant in Panama City Beach is showcasing the funky, soulful sounds of Nashville's Deep Fried 5 on JUL 25 & 26 from 9pm-1am. There will be a $5 cover, and proceeds from the concerts will benefit the Man In The Sea Museum. The Gulf and sea are vital to Northwest Florida. In 1963, the United States SeaLab program began in Panama City Beach, Florida. SeaLab I, a prototype sea base, was assembled in 1964 at the laboratory along Alligator Bayou in Bay County. With the use of SeaLab I, the U.S. Navy conducted a historic 11-day mission at a depth of 198 feet, which proved man could explore, live and work in the deep ocean for long periods of time. Sealab 1 is still on display at the Man in the Sea Museum on Back Beach Road. The Grand Lagoon Coalition has partnered with the Museum and proceeds from Ocean Week events will help benefit the museum. Learn more about Bud and Alley's Waterfront Restaurant in the SoWal Dining Guide.