The 3rd Annual Summer And Songs Kicks Off At The Village At Pacific Highlands Ranch
This popular free 7-week outdoor concert series kicked off last July 11th and will run through August 22nd. The concerts will take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the outdoor Village Square courtyard located by Madero’s and Breakfast Republic.
Rooted locally, the award-winning singer songwriters are excited to connect with their community. Headliners include Justin Froese, Lee Coulter, Celeste Barbier, Gaby Aparicio, Lola, Evan Diamond and Eric French. Guests will be able to dine on the restaurants’ patios as they enjoy the concert or hang out in the courtyard and take in the sounds of the performances.
Designed with the community in mind, The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch continues its commitment to bringing the communities of Carmel Valley, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, and other surrounding areas together with the second annual Summer and Songs concert series. Make it a musical summer!
Summer and Songs will feature an impressive lineup of award-winning musicians and vocalists:
An award-winning songwriter that loves to deliver a dynamic, heartfelt multi-genre performance that’s guaranteed to keep the audience smiling and moving.
An Australian native whose soulful acoustic performances and powerful songwriting have landed him opening for Tom Jones, Chuck Berry, Martin Sexton and on stage with Jason Mraz.
Known as the ‘Vintage Vocalist of San Diego’, Celeste has an incredible and unique ability to channel some of the most memorable vocalists of the 20th century with her powerful, rich, yet sultry tone.
An artist with South American roots that exudes passion and soul with her warm, jazzy vocal tones and soothing vibes. Singing in multiple languages and with diverse styling textures, you can expect to be whisked away to South America, Europe and back to the
states in one show.
Known as “the little girl with the big voice,” Lola has been staggering audiences her whole life with the depth of soul she possesses in both her timeless songwriting and penetrating singing.
With a powerful, soulful voice and a three-octave range, Evan Diamond is a two-headed titan of live music, playing 20+ live acoustic solo shows a month.
Whether solo with a resonator and stomping on a cigar box, or wielding a Stratocaster fronting his 10-piece ensemble The French Quarter, Eric’s swaggering blues, rock ‘n roll, pop and N’awleans boogie shines as brightly as his National guitar.
See you there!