Performances by ReyEye Redemption, Cali Conscience, and Kevin Miso Thursday, April 20
The Queen Mary’s breakout live music series, Local Band Hangout, continues with performances by RedEye Redemption, Cali Conscience, and Long Beach native Kevin Miso on Thursday, April 20 at 7 p.m. in the Observation Bar. Local Band Hangout presents top local artists and up-and-coming bands performing live aboard the majestic Queen Mary every third Thursday of each month.
Often referred to as “the next Sublime”, RedEye Redemption, describes their sound as a unique blend of reggae, and an aggressive modern ska sound, seamlessly mixed with rock and hip-hop. Cali Conscious is a barefoot beach reggae band with a laid-back California style. Their catchy song lyrics are positive, sharing a message of hope, living with love in the present moment and promoting a global and sustainable way of life.
Long Beach native, Kevin Miso, will also bring his Southern California influence to the Queen Mary’s April Local Band Hangout. When describing his music, Kevin explains, “There’s a duality to my songs for sure. There’s definitely that laid-back surf feel to a lot of the tunes; but there’s also this contrasting, more folk-influenced element that comes out one way or another.”
Experience the Observation Bar’s inspired food, creative cocktails and great music that keeps crowds coming back monthly. Arrive early to the Thursday night hotspot to enjoy Happy Hour from 5 – 7 p.m.in the picturesque art deco atmosphere and grab your seats.
Tickets to Local Band Hangout are $15; $5 of the admission ticket value can be used in the Observation Bar during the concerts. Parking is $8 with validation. Tickets, additional concert details and the schedule of performances are available online at queenmary.com.
About the Observation Bar
1930s sophistication and style, the Observation Bar and Art Deco Lounge is the playground of the cool. Classic and chic, the Observation Bar was formerly the First-Class Lounge and served as the hub for lively discussions over delicious drinks. Original artwork still hangs above the bar, which is lined with Art Deco tables, chairs and decor. Completing the 30’s look are distinct torchiere lamps, which give the room a soft, retro glow. So order a cocktail, sit back and enjoy this treasured downtown tradition.
About the Queen Mary
Located in the Port of Long Beach, the Queen Mary features a rich maritime history, authentic Art Deco décor, and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Long Beach city skyline. At the time of her maiden voyage in May of 1936, she was considered the grandest ocean liner ever built. The Queen Mary’s signature restaurants include the award-winning Sir Winston’s and Chelsea Chowder House & Bar as well as a weekly Champagne Sunday Brunch served in the ship’s Grand Salon. History buffs enjoy the ship’s museum with various daily tours, and currently the ship is featuring the renowned Diana: Legacy of a Princess exhibit. The Queen Mary features 80,000 square feet of event space in 17 remarkable Art Deco salons as well as a tri-level, 45,000-square-foot Exhibit Hall. The Queen Mary boasts 346 staterooms including nine full suites. For more information or for reservations, see www.queenmary.com or call (800) 437-2934. The Queen Mary is located at 1126 Queens Highway in Long Beach.