The North Long Beach rapper’s career hit a new peak over the last two months following the release of his album, “The Corner Store.”
The performance will be Vince Neil’s second trip to the race’s concert stage. He performed here in 2015.
Huey Briss and his newest single, “Grace Park Legend,” are products of the old-as-time saying that Long Beach is a melting pot of cultures.
Local freelance violinist Jordan Busa never thought he would be playing to audiences after his gigs dried up due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The concert is free to all Grand Prix ticket holders on April 17.
As base drops and guitar solo riffs shook the festival, the roars of screaming fans could be heard across Queensway Bay on Friday.
Snoop Dogg has released “Rockabye Baby: Lullaby Renditions of Snoop Dogg,” an instrumental lullaby album using his hits.
This is… 10 people and what they’re listening to, a new series called “the Hi-lo Listens.”
Buskerfest returned to Downtown Long Beach, Saturday, and welcomed music lovers for a night featuring some of the city’s most talented acts on four low production stages.
The festival offered options to attend all-ages venues and even free trolley rides for those wanting to make their way in between venues without having to walk or drive.