DSB Next Best Thing to Journey

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Live from Earth

Tribute to Pat Benatar








Added Attraction >> Actor Dean Cain

‘Super Hero’ His Story of Public lands 



Music in the Mountains is the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser.  DSB, Next Best Thing to Journey, has performed for seven seasons as friend and advocate for raising funds to help protect and conserve the San Bernardino National Forest’s natural resources and forest land.  DSB headlines Music in the Mountains next concert on Saturday August 5th, with special guest, Live from Earth, Tribute to Pat Benatar.

“We love Big Bear Valley and its people; it’s one of our favorite stops on our world tour’, shared Juan Del Castillo, DSB spokesperson.  “Our musical journey has afforded us the opportunity to become the voice, or advocate, for many wonderful causes. The privilege to perform annually at Music in the Mountains, presented by the Southern California Mountains Foundation, has DSB committed to doing our part to protect our mountain paradise."   

 

Actor and avid outdoor enthusiast, Dean Cain, recently got involved in telling his story on the value of how his Big Bear experiences as a youth and young adult helped shape his support and appreciation for our local mountains and his mountain home.  As the brother of DSB band member, Roger Cain, he lends his support to the nonprofit Southern California Mountains Foundation for their work in inspiring and engaging his Southern California fans and friends to help make a difference.

Don’t Stop Believin’ in how you can make a difference; you can; show us your acts of love for our wonderful mountains, put on social media using hashtags  #ThinkNature  and #MusicintheMountains,” shared Dean Cain, “I’m a huge fan and supporter of our natural resources, love Big Bear Lake.”

Dean Cain known for his role as Superman in the TV series Lois & Clark; The New Adventures of Superman, host of Ripley’s Believe It or Not.  More recently, Cain appeared as Scott Peterson in the made-for-TV movie. 

 “Our thanks to Dean Cain for sharing his heartfelt story and love for our mountains,” said Stacy Gorin, Southern California Mountains Executive Officer.  “Unfortunately he’s working in Spain and will not be able to cheer DSB on for rockin’ the mountains this Saturday and raising funds.  He’s a ‘super hero’ for our mountains and will be with us in spirit through the band and all of our Journey and Pat Benatar fans attending.”  

 

Tickets are available at

 

 MountainsFoundation.org; adult premium $48, general admission $37; teen tickets (13-17) are available at $38 premium, $27 general admission. 

Children 12 and under are free. 















On-site parking is sold separately at $20 each vehicle. 

 

Tickets may be purchased at three walk-up locations: 















      Big Bear Discovery Center, open Thursday-Monday, 9am to 4pm















      Big Bear Visitors Center, 630 Bartlett Road, Big Bear Lake; open 7 days 9am to 5pm















      Big Bear Vacations, 41693 Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake, open 7 days; 9am to 4pm.  

















All ticket options, parking and season passes are available at these locations.  In addition, a locals’ discount for local full-time residents, active and retired military, first responders- fire and police, and Mountains Foundation volunteers is available at $30 adult general admission for all six concerts with proof of ID. An online option is not available for this discount. 















Members of the nonprofit Southern California Mountains Foundation will have early access from Noon to 3pm to reserve their seats prior to the gates officially opening at 5pm, for all concert dates. 

A special $20 Music in the Mountains concert membership is available at the time of ticket purchase; one per family is required to enter early. 































Free parking will be available in the Meadows Edge picnic area parking lot; located ¼ mile west of the Discovery Center entrance.  A free shuttle will run from 5:00pm to 10:00pm.

Handicap parking will be available at the Discovery Center to a limited number of cars on a first-come basis at no charge with state-approved placard or license plate on vehicle; thereafter, additional handicap parking will be available at $20 each vehicle subject to availability.

Mountain Transit Big Bear Trolley will serve the Discovery Center on concert Saturdays from 5 convenient Valley locations with an hourly schedule beginning at 4:58pm to 9:20pm.  In addition to a flexible schedule, this convenient service offers drop off at the ticket gate and allows beach chairs on board. Passes may be purchased from the driver for $5 with exact cash; good for the entire weekend.  Schedule is available at MountainsFoundation.org/Music-in-the-Mountains.