LOS ANGELES (Top40 Charts/ JAG Entertainment)
The month of September
doesn't mean the end of summer for Southern Californians - far from it actually. On Sept. 5-7, 2014, a legendary lineup of renowned rock musicians will take the stage ocean side at 21601 Pacific Coast Highway, for Surf City's premier event - the Huntington Beach Food, Art & Music
Pack (former lead singer of Ambrosia) has put together an amazing all-star band and a list of classic performers for his "Napa Crossroads" show that will jog your memories and get your feet moving as you dance to the beats you know well and some news ones from Grammy Award winner David
Pack's "Napa Crossroads" CD (Concord) featuring legendary artists including the Doors' Ray Manzarek in his last recorded performance.
You will rock out to hits performed by Al Stewart, Gary Wright, Bill Champlin (Chicago), Mike Reno (Loverboy), Kelly
Keagy (Night Ranger), John Elefante
Pack, Dave Jenkins (Pablo Cruise), Bobby
Kimball (Toto), Jim Peterik (Survivor) and more!
The Huntington Beach Food, Art & Music
Festival will also feature other chart-topping artists including Jefferson Starship
and Michelle Branch. There will be national award-winning BBQ rib teams straight from The BBQ Championships in Reno, Nevada, representing more than 10 states and Canada, showcasing their finest culinary selections to taste. Foodies can also expect to experience some of the best food trucks that Southern California has to offer, as well as many other delicious local treats.
One hundred juried artists selected through an extensive process will showcase a wide variety of talents and mediums including jewelry, painting, woodworking and photography.
Event tickets are on sale now at http://www.hbfest.com and can be purchased as a weekend pass or for individual days. Event hours are Friday, Sept. 5, from 4-8 p.m. for art and food only; Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. will feature art, food and musical performances.
include Rolaids, Coca-Cola, Sara Lee Snacks, Club Cornbread Cracker Bites, Coors Light, Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce and Huntington Beach Art Center, with media support from K-Earth 101, OC Weekly and 94.7 The Wave.