July 24 Last Summer Concert in Arrowhead Next to the Lake

saxophone01The last of the summer music festival concerts that are sponsored by the Arrowhead Arts Association will  be held on Thursday, July 24 when Brian Lynn Jones and the Misfit Cowboys bring their rock honky-tonk sounds to Lake Arrowhead.

The performance, at the beautiful Tavern Bay Beach Club (next to the UCLA Conference Center) promises to be one that will keep your hands clapping and your toes tapping. A few years ago the band won the 2004 Orange County Music Award for Best Country Band. They were also the California State champions in the Colgate Country Showdown national Talent Search. The band members love entertaining our troops and some of their tunes were featured on Armed Forces Radio so guests are in for a real treat.

The gates open at 5 p.m. and the performance begins one hour later. Many guests take their dinner, a bottle of fine wine or other liquid refreshments, their folding chairs and they’re set for the evening. Picnic dinners are the “name of the game” at these concerts and it’s fun to see all the different food that about the 100 guests brought. If you want to reserve a table for eight people the charge is $75. It’s a great way to share a table with good friends and it’s so much fun to “table hop” and say “hello” to friends who are there.

Tables for eight people are available for $75 but you need to call (909) 337-4296 to reserve a table.

The tickets for the performance is $20 for adults and children Kindergarten through 12-years-old are free with a paying adult. The minimal charge for the performance is only $20 and the view alone is worth the price of admission. Be sure to take a sweater because when the wind kicks up off the lake the temperature at the venue drops so a sweater is a handy thing to have.

 

 

 

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