The Tijuana Panthers will headline 720° Pine, the kick off event to the Downtown Long Beach Associates’ famed Summer and Music Festival. The festival’s seventh season will begin with an entirely new concept saluting skateboarding and rock’n’roll on Saturday, June 27.
Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) announced its Summer and Music (SAM) 2015 free concert series lineup at a concert and media event yesterday evening—and it’s looking exciting.
We’ve called it the golden grail of Long Beach music and with good reason reason: Buskerfest brings out local talent in a way that no other event in the city does, by providing a space (on the back of a flatbed) to perform in front of an audience who gets to attend for free and vote for their favorites.
Summer and Music, Long Beach’s veteran music festival, has not just cemented its place as the go-to music series in Long Beach as each year amps up the quality of its lineup, it is proving to be the series of events that is putting Long Beach on the map as a multi-leveled venue.
Fear not: Funk Fest is not going anywhere. And neither is the Summer and Music concert series, which will continue to foster a music scene in Long Beach like no other celebration.
After electrifying the Wilmore 9 Festival last Saturday, Dumb Love will return to Long Beach on Saturday, August 17 for an acoustic set as part of Summer And Music’s Busker Fest. This is Part 2 of my interview with Dumb Love co-founder and bassist Greg Coates.
Grey clouds, psychedelic tunes and blankets in the grass brought a laid back San Francisco vibe to the city of Long Beach Saturday during Summer and Music’s Indie Rock at the Pike event.