Graham Robby Band, Stacy Clark, Justin Soileau and Enjuillet Join the Billing in Support
Balboa Beach Fest is pleased to announce the addition of Lucy Schwartz to the artist lineup for the inaugural festival at Peninsula Park in Newport Beach on Saturday, October 13. Presented by the Balboa Performing Arts Theater Foundation in collaboration with The Producing Group, the festival will present a full day of live music in support of the renovation of the historic Balboa Theater. Top pop and indie rock artists from around the nation will perform including Matt Nathanson, Joshua Radin, A Fine Frenzy, Maria McKee and Lucy Schwartz. Graham Robby Band, Stacy Clark, Justin Soileau and Enjuillet have also joined the show billing in support.
Lucy Schwartz is a young American singer songwriter from Los Angeles, California. She received acclaimed attention for a song she wrote and performed with Landon Pigg for the movie Shrek Forever After, titled “Darling I Do.” Lucy has shared the stage with top artists such as Sarah McLachlan and Sheryl Crow and has opened for international touring bands like Toad the Wet Sprocket and The Belle Brigade.
Graham Robby Band, Stacy Clark, Justin Soileau and Enjuillet have been added to the October 13 festival billing. Graham Robby Band hailsfrom Orange County and is a five-piece southern style folk ensemble that often is compared to Neil Young and the Old 97’s. Stacy Clark is a Buffalo, New York born, Southern California raised singer-songwriter with heartfelt songs that have been featured on One Tree Hill, My Super Sixteen, MTV’s The Hills and many more hit TV shows. Justin Soileau is originally from Texas and now writing catchy pop rock and indie folk tunes from Orange County that have grabbed the attention of MTV and KROQ executives. The music of Los Angeles artist, Enjuillet features a textual blend of musical, dynamic and vocal contrast that resonates in pungent indie acoustic melodies.
The Balboa Performing Arts Theater is a 300-seat historic concert venue and Newport Beach landmark located in the heart of the BalboaVillage. With recent approval of construction documents and the issuance ofbuilding permits by the City of Newport Beach, the Balboa Performing Arts Theater Foundation is ready to embark on the final phase of fundraising to begin renovation on the theater. The distinguished theater architect, John SergioFisher, created the updated theater design. Upon reopening the venue plans to showcase the best in contemporary entertainment.
The Balboa Beach Fest event gates will open at 11 a.m. and live music will be presented until 10 p.m. General admission tickets are $45, Premium Circle tickets are $75 and VIP tickets are $200. VIP tickets include premier stage views, catering, private restrooms and backstage access. Tickets for Balboa Beach Fest are currently on-sale at http://balboabeachfest.com.