Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild

"Providing enjoyable music to our community
and complimentary programs that promote quality entertainment."

Holiday Harbor Park


"Jimmy Buffett" Tribute

June 29 8pm

"Stars on the Water" 


"Rolling Stones" Tribute

August 10 8pm

"Jumping Jack Flash"


The music is courtesy of The Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild in appreciation for the community's long time support for our events. 

Above: Acceptable Chair 

for Concert Event


Below: Unacceptable Chair for Concert Event

Hey Parrot-Heads!


Free! "Jimmy Buffett" Tribute Concert! Free!


Margaritaville by the Lake!

  

** June 29, 2019 8pm **


Holiday Harbor Amphitheater

22180 Village Way Drive

Canyon Lake, CA 92587

Sponsored by: 

The Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild

Amphitheater: This new venue has been completed! Our proposal for this venue and donation of $25,000 was provided as a way of giving back to the community.

Seating: To optimize view and space, attendees may bring a 3'x6' beach towel or other fabric (no canopies/umbrellas), or low-lying beach chair (see left side of page). Boats may anchor in lake behind stage area (please do not block boat launch). Special seating (chairs and wheelchair spaces) will be available to those needing special assistance as well as Guild Patrons and Sponsors. All seating is subject to availability. More details to follow.

Rolling Stones Tribute August 10th 8pm: Just after sunset, "Jumping Jack Flash" will play in the new Amphitheater to help close out the summer with a bang!  

Parking: Parking lot will be restricted to golf carts and tow vehicles with trailers. A very limited number of handicapped auto spaces are available. Arrive early, as most parking will be in the nearby streets. The auxiliary parking lot at the end of Village Way Dr (off Loc Lomond Dr) will be open. Shuttles will be operating continuously throughout the afternoon and evening.

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"So long as the human spirit thrives on this planet, music in some form 

will accompany and sustain it and give it expressive meaning."  Aaron Copland