If you love the sounds of the world-famous Beach Boys then you need to take a blanket or a folding chair and go to Cal State San Bernardino and enjoy the sounds of “Keeping’ the Summer Alive.” This is the second of the summer concerts and they are free for everyone. This great tribute band is sure to keep your feet tapping and your hands clapping while you remember great times in high school and/or at the beach, especially if you grew up in the late ’50s and early ’60s.
The tight harmony and musical finesse of “Keepin’ the Summer Alive” will entertain young and old alike and it’s sure to be a “fun, fun, fun” evening that the whole family will love.
The performance begins at 7 p.m. and will end around 9 p.m. The concerts are held in the college Lower commons Plaza and admission is always free so come and enjoy. Bring the kids and lawn chairs or blankets to sit on as well as dinner although concession stands will be open. All concert-goers should PARK in Lot D.
For more information on the free Wednesday summer concerts call (909) 537-7360 (the Coussoulis Arena Office at the college).
Beach Boys fans are gonna’ be heaven at this one…………………….and it’s free. Great music, fun event, free parking, no entry fee….boy, this is a great summer deal! Bring your Hawaiian leis, your cutoffs and your voice but you’d better leave the surfboard at home! It would take up far too much room in the car!