The inaugural Long Beach Folk Revival Festival is set to take place on November 16th from 11 am to 10 pm in the Historic Old Pine Avenue district (on Pine Avenue between 6th & 7th streets) in Downtown Long Beach, CA.
With over 20 local & regional Folk & Roots music acts on 2 stages there will be something for every member of the family!
This family-friendly music festival will have something for everyone and will feature a half dozen local craft breweries including Beachwood BBQ, Rock Bottom, & Congregation Ale House, The Port of Long Beach Kids Pumpkin Patch with crafts and activities, Polly’s Pies pie eating contest & The LB Beard Advocates mustache/beard contest, local artisans & craft vendors, gourmet food trucks including the Canvas Truck, Trailer Park Truck & Sweet Lou’s BBQ Truck, old time photo booth, live painting, and a special “Farm-to-Table” lunch catered by Primal Alchemy to kick things off.
The musical line-up is second to none and features:
- Rose’s Pawn Shop
- Frank Fairfield
- Sean Wheeler & Zander Schloss
- Moonsville Collective
- Cliff Wagner & The Old #7
- California Lions
- Sam Outlaw
- RT & The 44’s
- Speedbuggy USA
- Dublin Public
- Pepperbox Lullaby
With acoustic acts:
- Charlie Parr
- Honey Whiskey Trio
- The Big Black Rooster
- Blind John Pope
- Taylor Crawford
- Alyssandra Nighswonger
- D.D. Wood
- With special guests the Long Beach Ukulele Club
We are offering an “Early Bird” ticket special for just $5, but get ‘em while they last! Children 12 & under as well as Seniors 75 & older are FREE!
About Long Beach Folk Revival Festival
Long Beach loves their roots music and proof of that can be found in the Rose Park Bluegrass Festival which, after 2 successful years, grew too big for the tiny park it gets its namesake from and has been cancelled for 2013. The Long Beach Folk Revival Festival aims to fill the hole left by the cancellation of the Rose Park Bluegrass Festival and give the community a quality event that showcases the best in Folk, Americana, Bluegrass, World, & Roots music.
About Historic Old Pine Avenue
The neighborhood identified as HOPA (Historic Old Pine Avenue) runs from 3rd to 8th streets along Pine Avenue in Downtown Long Beach, CA. This event will call attention to existing art galleries and established retail enhanced by the newly completed Millworks development which recently brought 450 tech jobs to the neighborhood through Molina Healthcare.
The festival is produced in part by Long Beach Independent (www.longbeachindependent.com), the number 1 source for music news & events in Long Beach, CA. Party on Pine, a collaboration with Cultural Alliance Long Beach (CALB) and Millworks & Hillgrass Bluebilly who promote Roots, Bluegrass, Hillbilly music & more in Southern California.
$5.00 – $10.00
Saturday, Nov. 16 (11am—10pm)
Historic Old Pine Avenue
643 Pine Avenue
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Saturday, Nov. 16 (7am—10am)
Shoreline Aquatic Park
200 Aquarium Way
For more information, please visit our website.
Do you have old books on your shelves that you aren’t reading? You’re not alone! According to the EPA, more than 2 billion books are published each year and once read, many of these books sit unused on shelves, or in attics, closets, and garages.
Get your old books to new readers by bringing them to the Hughes & Longfellow Schools’ Book Drive. This event is held to celebrate America Recycles Day. Recycling begins with reuse — help a book reach a new reader!
Books for all ages are needed — books for babies to grandparents. Any number of books accepted — from 1 to 100!
Books are being collected for Goodwill to support its skills training and job placement services. Last year, Goodwill provided services for more than 6,400 people, trained 1,888 and placed 230 people in competitive employment.
Saturday, Nov. 16 (9am—1pm)
Longfellow Elementary School
3800 N Olive Avenue
For more information, please call (562) 673-2401 or e-mail us email@example.com.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Queen Mary’s premier attraction Diana: Legacy of A Princess, curated by the Pink Ribbons Crusade, will be expanded.
Beginning October 11, the revitalized exhibit will present nineteen garments worn by Princess Diana. For a limited time, fashion that captured the world’s attention will again be on public display.
The elaborate Diana gallery chronicles the House of Windsor’s public and private lives, from personal artifacts and family heirlooms to newspaper articles, photographs and more. Princess Diana changed the face of British royalty forever and appropriately takes center stage in this inspired collection. The expanded showcase is a panorama of fashion worn by Diana from 1980 to 1995 – an ode to the woman whose charitable spirit, grace and compassion endeared and inspired.
The limited time exhibit will feature:
- The crushed-velvet Bruce Oldfield gown chosen for the 1986 official royal portrait
- The Grace Kelly-inspired Catherine Walker gown that lit up the red carpet at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival
- The modern Catherine Walker creation that perfectly paired with the Spencer Family Tiara for the 1991 Official Tour of India
- The short Versace black dress worn to the 1995 Apollo 13 Premiere – representative of the new look Princess Diana embraced during her final years
- Other iconic pieces worn by Princess Diana…
Exhibit open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Last entrance allowed one hour prior to closing.
$13.95 – $29.95
Friday, Nov. 15 (10am)
Saturday, Nov. 16 (10am)
Sunday, Nov. 17 (10am)
The Queen Mary
1126 Queens Highway
LBOpera Cinema presents Cabin in the Sky (1943).
Run time: 98 min. Directed by Vincente Minnelli. Starring Ethel Waters, Louis Armstrong, Lena Horne, Duke Ellington.
The film transpires as a bizarre dream in which God and Satan battle for Little Joe’s (Eddie Anderson) Soul. The devil’s handmaiden, Georgia Brown (Lena Horne), tries to seduce and tempt Joe. Petunia Jackson (Ethel Waters), Joe’s wife, fervently prays for her husband to change his evil ways. Mayhem occurs in and around a night club where Duke Ellington and his Orchestra perform.
We have the refreshments ready – you just have to sit back, relax, and immerse yourself!
Tickets are sold at the door; $11 for the movie and the refreshments- mimosas and coffee! Free parking is available behind the venue.
$11 at the door
Saturday, Nov. 16 (10:30am—4pm)
2025 E. 4th St.
Live music and food trucks in Belmont Heights on the 3rd Saturday of every month, 5 pm – 9 pm!
Proceeds support Meals on Wheels of Long Beach’s meal delivery program to homebound seniors, veterans and the disabled in the Long Beach area.
Free Admission; Donations Welcome
Saturday, Nov. 16 (5pm—9pm)
Saturday, Dec. 21 (5pm—9pm)
Belmont Heights United Methodist Church
317 Termino Avenue
Over 800 sellers fill Long Beach Veterans Stadium on the third Sunday of every month.
Rain or shine, sellers feature Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage items, Home decor….Bargain prices!
Established in 1982
“TOP FLEA MARKET IN U. S.” Good Housekeeping Magazine
“BEST FLEA MARKET IN L.A.” Los Angeles Magazine
“ONE OF TOP 5 MARKETS” Romantic Country Magazine
Sunday, Nov. 17 (5:30am—3pm)
Veterans Memorial Stadium
5000 E Lew Davis St
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