LAFAYETTE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, THE CITY OF LAFAYETTE AND RED HOUSE STUDIOS ANNOUNCE LAFAYETTE’S 2015 ‘ROCK THE PLAZA’ SERIES

Summer Concert Series 

The Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, the City of Lafayette and Red House Studios today announced this year’s summer music series: “Rock the Plaza”.

The ‘Rock the Plaza’ series will take place Friday nights in June at Lafayette’s Plaza Park at the corner of Mt. Diablo Boulevard and Moraga Road. The headliners start at 6:30pm and are presented free of charge. Arrive a little early for a good spot on the lawn.

This year’s line up:

The 925 Band is a Rock & Roll Party Dance Band. Their song book covers the Beatles, Prince, Journey, Van Morrison, Michael Jackson and KC and the Sunshine Band.
P-A-R-T-Y!

The Megatones do it all. From the 50’s through today, you’ll hear covers from Los Lonely Boys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Third Eye Blind, Tom Petty, Little Feat, The Allman Brothers and Elvis.

The Accents are new to the scene. The Band includes Red House creator Raja Sing. They will pick from a long list of Rock & Roll covers you all know.

Lamorinda Idol, created and sponsored by the Lamorinda Arts Council, offers a multi-month collection of auditions, performance workshops, community performances and a final competition. Participants learn to choose music that highlights their talent, present themselves creatively, connect with an audience, take constructive criticism, and win or lose graciously. They also get to meet like-minded young people and feel the support of adult volunteers who believe that performing arts add to the fabric of our community.

Food and beverages will be available or you can pack a picnic. We will provide the music. Your job is to enjoy yourself!

For more information visit www.lafayettechamber.org or call 925-284-7404.

Red House is the destination for Bay Area musicians. Located in downtown Walnut Creek, Red House is a 5,000 square foot studio complex featuring a 100+ person performance hall, a ProTools recording suite, five private lesson rooms and three recording/rehearsal lounges. Red House enables musicians to learn, jam, perform and record – or just hang out – all under one roof. For more information, visit, http://redhouselive.com.

 

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