Thursday Nights, June 14 - September 13
Live music under the stars in the heart of Beverly Hills… The free Cañon Summer Concert Series will feature all kinds of upbeat music from Jazz and classic Standards to Big Band including popular local bands like Big Band of Barristers and the Dustbowl Revival.
Beverly Cañon Gardens, 241 N. Cañon Drive (between Montage Hotel and Bouchon)
There will be two sets each evening: 6:00pm – 6:45pm and 7:15pm – 8:00pm.
Enjoy this magical California venue! Seating is available on a first-come basis. Bring a meal to enjoy. Plentiful seating provided on a first-come basis with open grass area for picnic blankets, tables and chairs.
Validation for free parking will be provided at the Concert Information table.
Presented by the City of Beverly Hills.
June 14 - Big Band of Barristers
Gary Greene, Esq. and his Big Band of Barristers is California’s only legal big band. Organized by Greene, a long-time Beverly Hills resident, attorney, violinist, conductor and bandleader, the band is composed of lawyers, judges, law students and legal staff. The Barristers were recently selected as a finalist in the American Bar Association’s nation-wide Battle of the Lawyer Bands competition. They perform music from the golden era of the big bands. Click on the link for a flyer, Concerts on Cañon.
June 28 - Dakota
Featuring Bill Rotella and Kirk Evans performing original music and classic rock favorites from the 60's and 70's. Sit back and flashback to the sounds of the Eagles, Allman Brothers, and the Beatles.
Click on the link for a flyer, Concerts on Cañon.
July 12 - The Dustbowl Revival
The Dustbowl Revival is a Venice, California-based folk orchestra that merges old school gypsy rhythms with bluegrass, gospel, jug-band, jump blues and the hot swing of the 1930’s to form a spicy roots cocktail. Known for their fun, lose-your-troubles-and-start-moving live sets, the Dustbowl Revival plays what some call hillbilly jazz—the original front porch rock n’ roll: Think The Hot Club of Cowtown meets Dylan and The Band meets Louis Armstrong in New Orleans.
July 19 - Melvin Lee Davis & Friends (Jazz)
Melvin Lee Davis is a Los Angeles native and was discovered at the age of 16 by drummer, Buddy Miles. He is an internationally traveled premier bassist, composer, producer and music director. His style and energy come through in each and every performance. When the performance comes to a close everyone recognizes why he has been affectionately called the “Keeper of the Low Notes”.
July 26 - Icy Hot Club (Gypsy Jazz)
Featuring guitarists Ethan Emerson and Ray Bergstrom, and bassist Geronimo LaChance, The Icy Hot Club perform Gypsy Jazz music in the style of legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt with their own added blend of vocal harmonies and covers of popular music as well.
August 2 - The Greg Dalton Quartet (Jazz)
August 9 - Leila Avila (Jazz)
August 16 - 3rd Scenario (Jazz)
August 23 - The Tokens (Doo Wop)
August 30 - Brett Young (Rock/Folk)
September 6 - Incendio (World Music)
September 13 - California Feetwarmers (Eclectic)
Free Concerts on Canon Every Thursday Night Through September in Beverly Hills.