You do not want to miss any of this year’s upcoming Arrowhead Arts Association concerts on the shore of beautiful Lake Arrowhead. The concert lineup for this year, not surprisingly, is fabulous and there’s something for every music lover.
On Thursday, July 9 get reach to enjoy a salute to the fabulous Eagles (and not the flying one, the fantastic music group) when “Hotel California” will tell you to “Take it Easy” so show up and be prepared for some great oldies fun and remember that “oldies” are just for uh, older folks.
The fabulous John Stanley King Band will be back by popular demand on July 16. Come enjoy their fabulous sounds. John Stanley King is a vocalist and he hails from a very musical family that goes back generations. Come and enjoy many different types of music, from jazz, good old rock and everything in between. Tickets for each of the concerts is $20 per person and students from Kindergarten through 12th grade are admitted free as part of the Arrowhead Arts Association continuing music education for young people.
The last of the summer concerts will be held July 23 and the featured group is The Hodads so be ready to rock out and dance your heart out with their oldies and classic rock.
The venue for each of these performances is so magnificent at the Tavern Bay Beach Club (near the UCLA Conference Center) off North Bay Road. There’s plenty of room to dance so wear your dancin’ shoes if you’re so inclined. Be sure to take a folding chair and a sweater or a blanket to cuddle up in because the setting is right next to Lake Arrowhead so the wind often kicks up and it becomes chilly.
The “gates” open at 5 p.m. and each of the concerts begins an hour later. If you’re interested in ‘booking” a table or you need more information call (909) 337-4296.
See you at these exciting events. If you miss this fun you’ll be really sorry. These concerts truly are special so between the great venue, the friends you’ll see, the music you’ll hear and the great experience, you’ll enjoy every second! If you don’t perhaps you need to see your doctor…quickly!
If you attend the July 23 performance you can help welcome the visiting children from Switzerland who are taking part in the Special Olympics. Let’s give them a great big Rim communities welcome and some great music to boot!