LBCAC adds new events to 2024

Click on photo for a larger image

Photos courtesy of LBCAC

Men’s Australian Open Finals – January 28

Calling all tennis players!

Sunday, Jan. 28, 12 p.m. until Award Ceremony

Men’s Australian Open Finals

LBCAC will toast the new advocacy group created by and for local tennis players while watching the Men’s Australian Open Finals live and Women’s Finals taped the day before on a separate screen. So, sleep in and come watch the coverage with like-minded tennis friends, on the Laguna Beach Cultural Arts Center’s hi-def 120-inch screen and 75-inch monitors.

Feel free to bring a potluck dish and drinks to share.

Thursday, Feb. 1 6-9 p.m.

Art Walk featuring James Clay Garrison

Click on photo for a larger image

The Bells – February 3

Saturday, Feb. 3, 8 p.m.

LBCAC Presents: The Bells (FKA: The Black Tongued Bells) Take a journey back in time to the swamps of New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Marylou Stuart along with several other BTB original members will be on hand to transport the audience onto a swampy New Orleans porch as they sing their original tall tales of the American swamp.

Note: The Bells are influenced by artists like Son House, Howlin Wolf, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley and the Rolling Stones.

For tickets, click here.

Click on photo for a larger image

Guy King – February 28

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m.

Guy King Trio

The Sky and Ocean Aren’t the Only Way to See Inspiring Blues in Laguna in 2024.

The Laguna Beach Cultural Arts Center has stepped up to preserve one of America’s most powerful and influential art forms, by providing a memorable OC haven for national touring blues legends.

The LBCAC offers its intimate listening room, stellar acoustics, state-of-the-art sound system and a host town recognized as one of the nation’s leading arts-centric resort destinations.

Guy King got his start in Chicago, with blues singer Willie Kent’s band “The Gents.” They played together for six years, and ultimately, King became Kent’s bandleader. Not long after Kent died, King began his solo career. King is known for his eclectic style and unusual technique of plucking the strings with the side of his thumb.

LBCAC is located at 235 Forest Avenue.

Checkout the calendar at www.lbculturalartscenter.org.