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2015 Underwater Music Festival 04

Marathon swimmer Diana Nyad swims during the Underwater Music Festival Saturday, July 11, 2015, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Big Pine Key, Fla. Nyad was one of hundred of participants who listened to a local radio station's four-hour broadcast piped beneath the sea via underwater speakers, featuring music programmed for the subsea listening experience as well as coral reef conservation messages. In September 2013, Nyad became the first person to ever swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys without a shark cage. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Sarah Brunner, costumed as a mermaid, pretends to play a starfish guitar Saturday, July 11, 2015, during the Underwater Music Festival in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Big Pine Key, Fla. The annual event attracted hundreds of divers and snorkelers who listened to a local radio station's four-hour broadcast piped beneath the sea via underwater speakers, featuring music programmed for the subsea listening experience as well as coral reef conservation messages. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Kaitlin Goddard, left, costumed as superhero, blows through an artist's flying fish whistle Saturday, July 11, 2015, during the Underwater Music Festival in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Big Pine Key, Fla. At right is mermaid Sarah Brunner. The annual event attracted hundreds of divers and snorkelers who listened to a local radio station's four-hour broadcast piped beneath the sea via underwater speakers, featuring music programmed for the subsea listening experience as well as coral reef conservation messages. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2015 Underwater Music Festival 01

Jeff Wright, costumed as a seahorse, rocks with a fake guitar Saturday, July 11, 2015, during the Underwater Music Festival in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Big Pine Key, Fla. The annual event attracted hundreds of divers and snorkelers who listened to a local radio station's four-hour broadcast piped beneath the sea via underwater speakers, featuring music programmed for the subsea listening experience as well as coral reef conservation messages. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)