This Weekend in Laguna! (July 23-26, 2020)

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July 23, 2020


As the daily entertainment scene has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the bars and live music venues remain closed for now - we will let you know when they are open again. For now, here's the outdoor entertainment this weekend in Laguna!

 

Summer on the Porch at The Ranch at Laguna Beach is a daily infusion of incredible musical talent coupled with scenic views of the Aliso Canyon and Ben Brown's Golf Course. Since Harvest Restaurant moved outdoors, the music will be on the nearby Sage Patio. The California-inspired cuisine, craft brews, and cocktails complete the experience. Reservations are not required.

Thursday    23-Jul    Jason Feddy    4 pm-8 pm    Americana, Roots
Friday    24-Jul    Zach Churchill    4 pm-8 pm    Songwriter Acoustic Americana
Saturday    25-Jul    Adam Lasher    4 pm-8 pm    Songwriter, Soul, Rock, Blues
Sunday    26-Jul    John Torres    12 pm-4 pm    Songwriter, Folk, Pop

 

The new outdoor Yard Bar, located in the Lumberyard Mall on Forest Avenue, is currently the outdoor version of Lumberyard Restaurant. They offer the complete Lumberyard menu, a full bar, and live music in the center of it all from 6 pm-9 pm. 

Thursday, July 23th: Bob Hawkins and Beth and Steve Wood 
Friday, July 24th: Bob Hawkins with Suzanne Morissette Cruz and Bobby Cruz
Saturday, July 25th: Bob Hawkins and Rock and Gail Deadrick

 

The Stage on Forest: The Cultural Arts Department at City Hall has suspended the music on The Promenade due to its popularity and subsequent drawing of crowds. You might catch a very mellow solo performer or just recorded music. There is public seating, where you can relax and enjoy food and beverages from a neighboring restaurant such as Harley or Broadway. You may also dine on The Promenade at Alessa, 230 Forest Ave., Brussels Bistro, or Moulin Bakery.

 

The Laguna Beach Cultural Arts Center, with this week's episode #17 of The Anything Goes Happy Hour, is airing live this Sunday at 5:00- 6:30pm.

You can watch LIVE and past episodes by going to:

www.lbculturalartscenter.org/tv or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lbculturalartscenter/ via Facebook Live

or watch on www.AlertTheGlobe.com

This Sunday's show will feature one of Laguna's most beloved art icons, Douglas Miller, and profile the fascinating life of Mitch Ridder, a renowned Laguna Beach-based painter, photojournalist, veteran lifeguard and much more. They celebrate the return of gifted musician, James Clay Garrison, and discuss the "Lost Video Footage" of the 2015 Blue Water Music Festival -plus present a few of this week’s World's best COVID-19 inspired music videos.

 

 

Last but not least, our friends at Laguna Beach Beer Company in The Hive at 859 Laguna Canyon Rd. are hosting musician Michael Rosas in the Beer Garden from 2 pm-5 pm Sunday. You can't beat Sunday in the canyon vibes with live music, hand-crafted beers, and great food!

 

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