Every year, the Blue Water Music Festival grows, showing how the power of music can bring people together.
Laguna Beach, CA (PRWEB) January 21, 2015
The Blue Water Music Festival (BWMF), one of the premiere music and arts festivals in Southern California, announces its return to the Sawdust Art Festival grounds in Laguna Beach, CA, March 28-29, 2015. The festival will feature more than 20 bands and musicians on three stages in a two day celebration of music, art and community.
The Blue Water Music Festival was created to build one of the most positive events in Southern California. From glass blowing and ceramics demonstrations to culinary treats from some of the brightest chefs in Southern California, the Blue Water Music Festival merges the arts and music in a convergence of intimacy and entertainment.
Differentiating itself by combining the power of music with community, the Blue Water Music Festival is a unique festival that brings in various types of music that connects and inspires. From blues to California surf and reggae to rock, the Blue Water Music Festival continues to deliver an eclectic variety of music for fans to discover.
“Music and art has always been able to make change,” said Rick Conkey, founder of Blue Water Music Festival. “At its heart, this festival is a grassroots way to demonstrate our mission to show how music can benefit a community. Every year, the Blue Water Music Festival grows, showing how the power of music can bring people together. We have a diverse line-up of amazing bands and wonderful musicians for people around Southern California to discover and enjoy.”
Confirmed acts include: Grammy® nominated soul/reggae legend Pato Banton, Common Sense, Missiles of October, Trevor Green, as well as one of Rolling Stone magazine’s “10 New Artists You Need to Know,” the Pawnshop Kings. More bands and artists are being added regularly to the Blue Water Music Festival line-up.
The Blue Water Music Festival will also have an area to highlight the Culinary Arts. It will be in full display in the Chef’s Showcase, where talented chefs will demonstrate their delicious and sustainable recipes. There will be two exhibit areas that will provide demonstrations for ceramics and glass-blowing, allowing artists to share these unique art forms to attendees.
Ticket prices range from $55 for general admission day passes to $400 VIP patron passes for both days. For tickets and festival updates, go to the Blue Water Music Festival site.
About Blue Water Music Festival
The Blue Water Music Festival is the first contemporary festival acknowledging the musical soul underlining Laguna Beach’s world renowned art scene. For more information about the Blue Water Music Festival, visit BlueWaterMusicFestival.org. More other updates, follow Blue Water Music Festival on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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