San Bernardino California Music
The Rolling Stones have their ya - ya's out in Pasadena, the subject of last Sunday's column, and they're out in Pasadena. The San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra returns to the historic California Theatre for the Performing Arts on February 18 for its much-lauded 2017-18 concert season. This concert begins at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the California Theater with a special performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.
The second edition of this event will include a DJ set, live music, food trucks and more. The event will include live shows, a themed party and a special performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. All you need to know: This video features a live version of the Rolling Stones "first concert at the California Theater on February 18.
The first half of the February concert will also feature "Stranger in Paradise," which many will recognize by its more popular incarnations. McVay, who is executive director of the San Bernardino County Music Festival, then addressed the organization's efforts to engage a broad audience in the region. Rene Contreras, who was selected for Coachella, and a special performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.
The biggest acts of the day, including Rolling Louds, Talking Heads, Foo Fighters and the Grateful Dead, are booked to draw a total of 425,000 viewers, with a peak of 200,000 on the second day. Rolling Out Loud will also play at Coachella on Saturday and Sunday, February 2 and 3.
If you're a Coachella fan, there's no better festival in the world than Stagecoach, but the festival always forgets the star - the cast - who shows up after the show ends. If you love country music and prefer to watch from afar, you can find out more here weekly. And for fans from around the country, we've taken a look at some of the biggest acts from the biggest festivals in the US and Canada.
There are dozens of festivals that are taking place before the end of the year, as the Orange County organizer is known for hosting some of the best music festivals in the world, from the largest to the most obscure. It's definitely an experience to watch, but if you're going to Southern California, don't miss it. The weekend after Coachella is hosted by Southern California's biggest music festival, the San Bernardino County Music Festival, and it's a damn good weekend. They all have the same stage production and offer a wide range of music from the USA, Canada, Mexico and even Europe, so it is guaranteed to be a great experience for fans of all genres, not just country music fans.
The house and techno festival, hosted by the people behind Desert Hearts, will feature music, live art installations and more. Everything you need to know: The festival returns for a second year to Lake Elsinore, where visitors can do everything from dance to acts like Baauer and Beats Antique. Boating, swimming and yoga are other activities, but you just have to know: this is the third year in a row that the festival has been held.
The Cure topped the list, but the band has also picked a number of other bands, including the Grateful Dead, the Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters and Throwback Thursday. All you need to know: Wonderfont has been curated and will feature a mix of live music, art installations, dance performances and more. The line-up includes the likes of US Air Force One, U2, Metallica and many more, and performers include Bob Marley, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and many, many more!
The Joshua Tree Music Festival promotes personal growth, and the music is diverse and diverse. Their debut at the festival includes aspiring singers - songwriters and dub - rock stars, the fastest growing soul band in the United States and many others. The trance music experience offers a variety of different moods, including the Dream Vision and Sequence stages.
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will return to the Mariposa Festival Grounds for their second consecutive summer concert series. Due to the growing interest in the festival, performances have been extended from the usual five concerts per season to six this year. The festival is made possible by the support of the Los Angeles County Department of Health, which also sponsored two student concerts for 3,400 young people from the region.
The three-day festival, curated by Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, will include live performances by the band as well as a variety of local and national artists. All you need to know: The three-day festival at the Mariposa Festival Grounds in Los Angeles will take over the grounds around the iconic Dodger Stadium and feature music from some of the biggest names in rock, pop, hip-hop, rock and pop. All you need to know: There is live music, food and beverage vendors, live entertainment and more than 20,000 visitors.