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Music In The Mountains Season 14

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Southern California Mountains Foundation
Announces Season 14 Music in the Mountains

Big Bear Discovery Center Amphitheater

Re:  Tickets Now on Sale at MountainsFoundation.org

Fawnskin, CA . . .  The nonprofit Southern California Mountains Foundation is pleased to announce its 2019 summer concert season at the outdoor Big Bear Discovery Center Amphitheater.  The series will feature the best classic rock and country tribute shows available nationally with a five-show schedule.  Season passes, premium tickets, and general admission tickets are on sale at MountainsFoundation.org.  Presenting sponsor Big Bear Vacations returns to support Season 14 of the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser.

“We’re excited to launch this summer’s schedule and thank our new and returning sponsors who are joining us in raising money this season to support the Mountains Foundation’s programs focused on conservation, education and responsible recreation through the power of this concert series,” shared Stacy Gorin, Southern California Mountains Executive Officer.   “Our schedule is packed with five new shows and returning favorites featuring classic rock and country tributes offering great outdoor family-friendly entertainment for all of our valued returning and new guests.”

The Southern California Mountains Foundation Invites you to Season 14 of Music in the Mountains, with a wonderful line-up of classic rock and county to enjoy under the stars:

2019 Music in the Mountains Schedule:

July 6: Bee Gees Gold - Tribute to the Bee Gees with special guest Abba Fab, The Premier Abba Experience

July 20: Hollywood U2– The World’s Greatest U2 Show with special guest Live From Earth a Pat Benatar tribute. 

August 3:  Turn the Page – Tribute to Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band with special guest Fortunate Son, The Nation’s number one tribute to John Fogerty & CCR

August 17: Kings of Country – Tribute featuring Willie Nelson & Johnny Cash

August 31: The Long Run (TLR) – Experience the Eagles with special guest K-TEL Allstars featuring super hits of the 70’s

Music in the Mountains is made possible through generous contributions from our sponsors:   Big Bear Vacations, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Big Bear Visitors Bureau, Mitsubishi Cement Company, Resource Computer Solutions, Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden, California Land Management - Mountaintop Recreation, U.S. Bank and Mark Cristopher Auto Center. 

The Southern California Mountains Foundation’s mission to mobilize individuals to inspire and engage in environmental citizenship remains rock solid.  They believe connecting communities to public lands is the key to their survival.  The Mountains Foundation works to bridge the funding gap from declining public land agency budgets and add value to our local mountains through stewarding visitor experiences with the efforts of more than 750 trained volunteers.

Music in the Mountains proceeds will continue to benefit the Mountains Foundation’s seven powerful programs that focus on conservation, recreation, and education programs; many benefiting the Big Bear Valley.  

Tickets prices represent all five concerts and are available online at MountainsFoundation.org.   Each show will feature opening and headliner bands; with pricing presented below:

Tickets on Sale Now:

  • $48 – Premium Seating
  • $37 – General Admission
  • $20 – Parking
  • $148 – General Season Pass
  • $195 – Premium Season Pass
  • $100 – Parking Season Pass
  • $30 - Local, Military & First Responder discounts available on General Admission Tickets Only
  • Children 12 & Under; FREE!
  • Become a member of the Southern California Mountains Foundation to enter event early (12pm – 3pm) to reserve your seats.
  • Pre-purchase food and drink tickets, available in $20 value booklets – good for the entire 2019 MITM series (tickets expire September 1, 2019)

Tickets may be purchased at two walk-up locations:  Big Bear Visitors Bureau, 630 Bartlett Road, Big Bear Lake; open 7 days 9am to 5pm; and the Big Bear Discovery Center, 40971 Hwy 38/North Shore Drive, Fawnskin, open 5 days; Thursday – Mon; 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; will be checked at gate. Available online using discount code LOCAL at checkout.

All seating will be available on a first-come basis.  General admission guests must bring their own chairs for the open 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.  Outside food including picnic baskets allowed; all bags will be searched at the entrance gate.

Parking and ticket gates open at 5:00pm; all concerts begin at 6:00pm.    

Members of the nonprofit Southern California Mountains Foundation will have early access from 12pm 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 group of four is required to enter early. 

Premium parking in the Discovery Center lot is sold separately on a first-come basis for all events at $20 per vehicle; per event or $100 for the entire season.  Passes may be purchased online and at walk up locations while supplies last. 

Free parking will be available in the Meadows Edge trail-head 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.

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