The El Dorado Nature Center summer concert series is back after going on hiatus due to the pandemic, with the first performance slated for Thursday, July 8.
Country legend Garth Brooks has made the move to stream a live concert across 300 drive-in screens, including Paramount’s famed Twin Drive-In.
The Long Beach Municipal Band kicks off its 109th season this Tuesday, June 26, with free outdoor concerts planned through Aug. 3.
Even though it doesn’t quite feel like fall yet, the season is upon us and with it comes the start of league and college basketball. Councilwoman Suzie Price will be hosting the second annual concert in the park for CSULB athletics.
Street Plant and Revolution Mother present Switchblades & Urethane, a single-day festival of rock-themed music with live performances that will take place at Alex’s Bar on Sunday, July 19 from 1:00PM to 8:00PM.
The Long Beach Cinematheque, in partnership with Lola’s Outdoor Retro Cinema, announced its 2015 Sunnyside Cemetery Lineup on Monday and it looks to be a devilishly good time. Old and new movies will be mixed with concert and opera footage—from The Beatles to Donnie Darko.
Long Beach residents love their summer concert series. From Summer and Music in Downtown to the Long Beach Municipal Band’s concerts in the park, summer has long been a time where neighbors congregate over music. And for its third year of unconventionally staged concerts along the Atlantic corridor, the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association is expanding its Music in the Park(ing) Lot series.
One of Long Beach Community band ensembles, the Shoreline Symphonic Winds, kicked off their summer concert season this past weekend at Bixby Park. With 66 years of service, they are among the longest-running community bands.