ClaremontVID_Wallop-2015_C22Looking for something entertaining to do near the Inland Empire this weekend? Claremont welcomes out-of-town visitors and Southern California locals to enjoy our arts, music and outdoor events. From Friday Nights Live to the Midsummer Shakespeare Festival, our calendar is chock full of rousing events and annual festivals.

There’s something fun to do for everyone. The weekly Claremont Farmers and Artisans Market every Sunday is the largest of its kind in the region. For arts and crafts lovers, there’s the monthly First Saturday Art Walk and the Village Venture Arts & Crafts Faire in October.

Families flock to events such as Things That Go Bump in the Night at California Botanic Garden in October and Inland Pacific Ballet’s The Nutcracker in December. And nature enthusiasts can celebrate and discover the beauty of various native plants at the Annual Wild Flower Show and Festival in April and other botanic garden events.

Discover all the not-to-be-missed events taking place in Claremont in our continually updated events calendar below.

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Treasury of Claremont Music Concert

July 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The Treasury of Claremont Music Concert |
Saturday July 27 | Garner House Courtyard |
6–8:30pm | Live Music / Beverages / Food / Auction |
Memorial Park | 840 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont |
5:00pm VIP First Access $100 |
6:00pm General Admission $50 |
This event is a celebration of Claremont’s musical legacy, featuring live performances, honoring local musicians and their achievements, and providing opportunities for community members to come together and show their support for our shared mission. |
MUSICIAN HONOREES: |
During the Treasury of Claremont Music Concert, the following will be honored for their contributions both to local community and the music industry at large: |
– Roy Durnal. Roy Durnal has been a rhythm section mainstay in Claremont for over five decades, performing with roots, blues, and folk musicians such as Chris Darrow, John Harrelson, Dave Mallard, and Cindy Edwards, and is currently the drummer for Squeakin’ Wheels and bassist for Claremont Voodoo Society. |
– Mick Rhodes. Guitarist and singer-songwriter, Mick Rhodes has been part of the music scene in Claremont and Southern California since the 1980s. In 1980 he formed the band Human Therapy. Mick has released seven acclaimed records and currently performs with his acoustic trio and Mick Rhodes & the Hard Eight. |
– Justin Andres. Accomplished session musician, bassist, guitarist, music director and tour manager, Justin Andres is currently bassist and tour manager for Australian guitar virtuoso Orianthi, and previously bassist, band leader, and music director for Eric Burdon and Billy Ray Cyrus. |
– Folk Music Center. Founded in 1958 by Charles and Dorothy Chase, the Folk Music Center is the heartbeat of folk music in Southern California. Today, the Chase’s daughter, Ellen Chase-Verdries manages the store that was purchased by her son, Ben Harper, from his grandparents to keep it in the family and alive for future generations. |
– David Lindley (in memoriam). Multi-instrumentalist and unparalleled master of the lap steel guitar, David Lindley founded the rock band, El Rayo-X, and worked with Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Ry Cooder, Bonnie Raitt and Warren Zevon. Lindley and Chris Darrow founded the 1960s psychedelic band Kaleidoscope, and he was music director for several touring artists and scored and composed music for film. |
VIP Tickets include: Green Room/ Backstage VIP Pass, Private Meet & Greet with Artists, Champagne Bar and Hors d’oeuvres, Swag Bag and More!
Contact: Claremont Heritage
Email: info@claremontheritage.org
Phone: 909.621.0848
More Info: http://claremontheritage.bigcartel.com/product/treasury-of-claremont-music-concert-sat-july-27-2024-6-8-30pm

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Date:
July 27
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Email
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