The first of the two-day event, put on by Insomniac, featured 18 acts, including Bob Moses, MK, Meduza, Mark Knight and more.
Two one-day music festivals are coming to the Queen Mary Events Park back-to-back in August.
“Everywhere I look there’s something gone,” said musician Robbie Allen, who’s performed with Cowboy and Indian about 30 times at the Prospector.
The Bands on the Bay series will continue until the end of April.
“I would have never thought I’d be operating like this, but it is what it is.”
“Some of these bands haven’t played in months, so at least they get the opportunity to play one show.”
“It’s either going to be really awesome or really bad.”
It’s offering more than 10 hours of (almost) live music online.
We checked in with the owners and operators of Long Beach’s leading live music venues to see how they’ve been managing in the last six months.
The group, featuring musicians that play with the likes of symphonies, Rod Stewart and Yo-Yo Ma, is celebrating its 30th anniversary.