When the idea of entertainment during the summer season comes up, the most obvious form that entertainment takes is usually big summer action block busters. Our movie theaters are constantly filled with the latest films based on superheroes or aliens every year. These gigantic action movies have their own merits. However, sometimes the people of the Inland Empire desire something different. That’s where the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival comes into play.
According to an article from The Sun, the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival is set to bring high art to the Inland Empire area.
This music festival first began around 1924. Redlands Bowl was the brainchild of Inland Empire citizen Grace Stewart Mullen, who believed that the people of the Inland Empire area should have access to the fine arts. Since then, the festival has continually hosted acts like last year’s performance of Mary Poppins.
This year marks the 93rd anniversary of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival. To celebrate, from June 28th until August 19th the Redlands Bowl is bringing in several different performances, ranging from a tribute to Johnny Cash to a performance of the musical Oklahoma! To make matters even better, each Redlands Bowl performance is free to the public, so you have no reason why you can’t head to the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival to enjoy some high art during the high heat of summer!
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