Long Beach reggae
Peeper on stage at Shoreline Jam
The Queen Mary lights up Labor Day weekend with Shoreline Jam August 30 – 31, followed by the sixth annual Long Beach Funk Fest on September 1. Single day tickets for the two-day Shoreline Jam festival will go on-sale August 1 and single day tickets for Long Beach Funk Fest are currently on-sale now.
The Queen Mary is pleased to welcome the addition of Stick Figure to the reggae festival lineup for the second annual Shoreline Jam. Saturday, September 1 will present all day reggae on the beautiful waterfront event park with acclaimed artists Stick Figure, Tribal Seeds, The Wailers, Ballyoo!, The Lions, Passafire, L.B.D.A.
The Queen Mary is pleased to announce the second annual Shoreline Jam festival on Saturday, September 1, 2012. Top reggae, world, rock and pop artists including Ballyoo!, The Wailers, The Lions, Passafire, L.B.D.A. and Black Uhuru will perform on the beautiful grass shoreline in front of the historic ship to celebrate Labor Day weekend.
Autism in Long Beach, a local non-profit dedicated to providing awareness, resources, and support for families on the spectrum, will partner with Long Beach Skate Company, and others, to present its first-ever Collaborative Autism Summer Picnic, Sunday, June 12, 2011 at Bixby Park.
Calling all April Fools! First Fridays on April 1 promises even more of “the unexpected.” Catch the return of Beer & Politics featuring City Manager Pat West on the panel discussing “all things bikes.” B&P takes place at Nino’s Italian Restaurant, 3853 Atlantic, beginning at 6:30pm.
The Princeton Review has designated California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) a “Best in the West” college in its Web site feature, “2011 Best Colleges: Region by Region,” which was posted on Monday, Aug.
The 5th Annual Surf Roots Tour comes through Long Beach July 25th at the Rhythm Lounge. The tour has shows in 24 cities through 8 states featuring the hottest from Hawaii, Australia & Ca – Anuhea, The Green, Stranger & TAMARAMA!!!
With help from the rhythmic reggae pulse of legendary artist Pato Banton and the band Kua’ana, Within Arms Reach will host its first fundraiser July 18 on the rooftop of Smooth’s Sport Grille in Downtown Long Beach to build schools in cyclone-ravaged Within Arms Reach (Myanmar).
With over 25,000 attendees annually, the Ragga Muffins Festival is recognized as the premiere and largest Reggae Festival in the United States featuring top international artists, reggae legends and up and coming regional acts.
In order to get some quick cash to the Haiti relief effort, The Found Theatre is hosting an emergency fundraiser this Sunday evening, featuring fantastic music, comedy, poetry, spoken word…plus liquid refreshments and home-baked goodies.