Night June 24th
The nonprofit Southern California Mountains Foundation is pleased to open its
12th Season of Music in the Mountains,
at the outdoor Big Bear Discovery Center Amphitheater. Tickets are on sale at MountainsFoundation.org.
Music in the Mountains is presented by Big Bear Vacations.
“We’re preparing for one of our best seasons,
yet packed with 12 of the best tribute classic rock and country bands for 6
Saturday concerts under the stars this summer at the Discovery Center,” shared Stacy Gorin,
Southern California Mountains Executive Officer. “New sponsors and concession partners are
joining us in building a community committed to raising funds through the power
of music to benefit our year-round conservation and environmental education
Greatest Tribute Band Kenny Metcalf’s A
Tribute to Elton John, will bring Elton
to the San Bernardino Mountains at Big Bear Lake, Saturday June 24th.
‘Elton’ as portrayed by Kenny Metcalf, has the voice and
appearance of Elton John when he was young. From rhinestones to sequins, every
detail has been meticulously recreated. Iconic costumes and glasses (created
for Elton himself) by Ray Winston finishes the magic.
more than ever there is demand and desire
to step back in time and experience the sights and sounds of this artist in his
prime; Kenny Metcalf and his band deliver.
Opening for Metcalf will
be The Winehouse Experience, a
tribute to the late Amy Winehouse. The Winehouse
Experience featuring Mia Karter is a celebration
Winehouse’s unique style and artistry packed with her incredible original music
and many of the classic hits she covered over the
Music In The Mountains
in the San Bernardinos
begin at 6;00 P.M.
are offered online at: MountainsFoundation.org
Adult premium seat $48
Teen general admission (13-17)
Adult general admission $37 12
and under FREE
Teen premium seat (13-17) $38
$20 each vehicle; limited
Responder Discount w/ ID at walk up ticket locations; general admission only -
Season passes for all six concerts
are also on sale at a discount for a premium seat package at $265 and a general
admission ticket package at $200.00.
Passes are available online and at walk up sales locations. Parking
is not included but available for purchase in a six-season package.
Tickets may also be purchased
at two walk-up locations:
#1 The Big Bear Visitors Bureau located at 630 Bartlett
Road, Big Bear Lake; open 7 days 9am to 5pm.
#2 Big Bear Vacations, 41693 Big Bear
Boulevard, Big Bear Lake, open 7 days; 9am to 4pm. Tickets will also be on sale at the Big Bear
Discovery Center starting June 9th.
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.
Parking and ticket gates open at 5:00
P.M. All concerts begin at 6:00 P.M.
seating will be available on a first-come basis. General admission guests must bring their own
low-profile beach chairs for the open and designated seating areas. Music-loving dogs on leash are welcome and
admitted free. Food and beverages will
be available for sale. No outside
beverages (except sealed bottled water) are allowed in accordance with state
ABC license regulations.
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.
parking will be available in the Meadows Edge trailhead 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
Music in the Mountains proceeds will continue to
benefit the Mountains Foundation’s six powerful programs that focus on
conservation, recreation, and education programs; many benefitting the Big Bear
Valley. In addition to Big Bear
Vacations, returning and new sponsors include Big Bear Visitors Bureau,
Mitsubishi Cement Company, Mountaintop Recreation, Gresham Savage Nolan &
Tilden, and First Mountain Bank, The Lodge at Big Bear Lake, KOLA FM 99.9, KBHR
93.3, Lagonita Lodge and YMCA Camp Whittle.