MONTAGE PALMETTO BLUFF Palmetto Bluff Summer Concert Series June 20, July 11, July 25, Aug. 8, Wilson Village and Moreland Village Relish the warm nights of the season with the added excitement of live music during the Palmetto Bluff Summer Concert Series. Taking place either under the oaks on the Village Green of Wilson Village or at Moreland Village, the events are a delightful opportunity to gather with the community and enjoy sounds from bands like Deas-Guyz (June 20), Tell Scarlet (July 11), The Bushels (July 25) and Bottles & Cans (Aug. 8). Gates to the shows open at 5 p.m. and the concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. Sip a drink or enjoy a tasty snack from one of the cash-only vendors or bring in a picnic to enjoy with a special date. (palmettobluff.com) Fourth of July Week June 30 - July 9, Montage Palmetto Bluff At Montage Palmetto Bluff, celebrating America’s birth is more than just a one-night event, it’s an elevated weeklong extravaganza full of activities for guests of every age. Make memories watching live entertainment at the pool, crafting red, white and blue tie-dye clothes, decorating patriotic hats and sunglasses, taking trips to the sandbar, exploring on scavenger hunts, fishing in a family tournament and much more. On the Fourth of July, participate in the annual Village Green Parade, which features an array of golf carts, bicycles and participants on foot—some with pets. Later, venture to the Moreland Landing Fourth of July Fish Fry and enjoy a sumptuous feast of beer-battered fried fish, roasted oysters and a host of other flavors while listening to live music. (montagehotels.com/palmettobluff) MONTAGE DEER VALLEY Savor the Summit June 17, Park City’s Historic Main Street Experience a dinner party like no other at this event showcasing fare from the area’s finest restaurants and chefs. The outdoor celebration with food, drink and live entertainment takes place in the middle of Park City’s Main Street, where diners can savor the fresh open air along with delectable bites. Before or after sitting down to dinner, attendees can stop by the High West Spirits Garden presented by a local favorite, High West Distillery. Enjoy live shows throughout the event with music from DJ Dymes, Tony Holiday & The Velvetones and Changing Lanes Experience. No ticket is needed for Savor the Summit, but reservations should be made through a participating restaurant. (visitparkcity.com) Fourth of July Parade and Celebration July 4, Park City’s Historic Main Street This full-day celebration is the ultimate in family fun. Main Street will be alive and vibrant with a wealth of exciting venues and activities like beer gardens, live musical entertainment, games and more. Attendees definitely won’t want to miss the annual parade, which features many floats dedicated to the history of the area. Later in the day, after the sun sets, visitors can find a nice place to settle in and watch fireworks. (visitparkcity.com) Park City Food & Wine Classic July 6-9, Park City Master winemakers and culinary greats converge at the annual Park City Food & Wine Classic set in the stunning mountainous Utah locale. More than 100 restaurateurs, chefs, wineries, breweries, distilleries and epicurean purveyors will be found at the event, which features a host of special food and wine tastings, seminars, cooking demonstrations and other gourmand-inspired outdoor activities. On July 6, Montage Deer Valley will be the center of Wine On The Mountain, an ancillary event of the Park City Food & Wine Classic, highlighting culinary creations from Executive Chef Shawn Armstrong. Attendees may also enjoy tastings and opportunities for coveted one-on-one time with wine experts, all while taking in Montage’s glorious view. (parkcityfoodandwineclassic.com) MONTAGE BEVERLY HILLS Concerts on Canon Thursdays, June 8 - Aug. 31, Beverly Canon Gardens Listen to a range of complimentary music every Thursday night through the summer at Concerts on Canon, presented by the city of Beverly Hills. Held at Beverly Canon Gardens, conveniently located right next to Montage Beverly Hills, the evenings are an opportunity to experience a family- friendly music environment under the stars. Guests can order carryout from nearby restaurants or bring their own picnic. Each evening will host a different musical act, which will play two 45-minute sets, one at 6 p.m. and the other at 7:15 p.m. Enjoy music from a range of genres including swing, doo-wop, Broadway, classic rock, jazz, Motown and more. (lovebeverlyhills.com) Music in the Mansion at Greystone: iPalpiti Festival Soloists July 26, Greystone Mansion & Gardens: The Doheny Estate Returning for its 19th year, the iPalpiti Festival Soloists features performances by young professional musicians from around the world in the iPalpiti Orchestral Ensemble under the direction of Eduard Schmieder. The event, noted as one of the nation’s most significant music festivals, encourages artists to find their voice. A nonprofit, iPalpiti Artists International’s goal is to support, promote and develop the careers of exceptionally gifted young professional musicians. In doing so, the organization aims to ensure that future generations of artists will pass on traditions of classical music and continue to nourish the arts into the next century. (lovebeverlyhills.com) MONTAGE KAPALUA BAY MAMo at the MACC: Wearable Art Show June 17, Yokouchi Pavilion and Courtyard For the fourth consecutive year, the Maui Arts and Cultural Center and the PA’I Foundation present this vibrant fashion show that highlights Hawaiian designs. The wearable art show includes local fabric and clothing that showcase traditional cultural motifs, patterns and designs. Many of the fashions presented also take their cues from nature. Clothing is not the only highlight of the event; attendees will see other items that harken to traditional culture like woven pieces, weaponry and tools as well as tattoos and adornments. VIP ticket holders are invited to attend an exclusive trunk show before festivities begin. (mauiarts.org) 2017 Na Kamehameha Commemorative Pau Parade and Hoolaulea June 17-18, West Maui Celebrate and commemorate the Kamehameha lineage with a series of exciting cultural events. With the theme of “Passing the Torch,” the event will shine a light on the former royal family of Hawaii. Attendees will enjoy a parade starting at Kenui Street and flowing down Front Street to Shaw Street. Milestones like the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts of Hawaii will also be celebrated. After the parade, festivities will continue at Banyan Tree Park where visitors can take part in a range of activities like arts and crafts, lei making, a meet-and-greet with the pau princesses and riders, cultural exhibits, live music, hula and more. (facebook.com/NKCPPH) Nara and Kai Chow Trunk Show July 23, 26 and 30, Montage Kapalua Bay Resort Lobby A range of exquisite trunk shows will allow guests to get an insider’s look at some of the finest craftsmen and craftswomen in Hawaii. In July, the resort welcomes Nara and Kai Chow, a mother-and-son duo designing one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces and gorgeous woodwork. The woodcrafts created by Nara Chow, which showcase Norfolk pine vessels, rare native koa calabashes and a full range of highquality pieces, foster the local Maui culture. Kai Chow presents hand-carved stone pendants featuring precious gems and 14-karat gold pieces. (montagehotels.com/kapaluabay) MONTAGE LAGUNA BEACH Laguna Art-A-Fair June 30 - Sept. 3, Laguna Art-A-Fair grounds Walk among stunning artwork at this beloved festival that celebrates a diverse array of mediums including oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, drawings, photography, digital art, mixed media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, glass and wood by more than 150 craftsmen and women from Laguna and across the nation. With every piece available for sale, it’s easy to fall in love with something and then take it home to enjoy. Beyond gallery showings, the festival also offers daily art workshops for adults, allowing attendees to expand their artistic horizons or try a new medium under the tutelage of award-winning instructors. With the addition of epicurean delights and live entertainment, the lasting festival is a Laguna favorite. (art-a-fair.com) Sawdust Art and Craft Festival June 30 - Sept. 3, Sawdust Art & Craft Festival grounds One of Southern California’s most popular summer art festivals, this exciting nine-week event from the Sawdust Art & Craft Festival nonprofit organization allows guests to get up close to the artists’ processes. The festival draws more than 200,000 attendees worldwide each year who come to walk the sawdust-covered paths and explore the work of Laguna artists. Along with artists selling their talented works, the festival also offers glassblowing demonstrations, complimentary hands-on art workshops, a children’s art booth, a ceramic center, four outdoor cafes, a salon and live musical entertainment all with the intention of entertaining and educating guests. (sawdustartfestival.org) FATHER’S DAY FUN THROUGH JUNE 30, MONTAGE PALMETTO BLUFF Montage Palmetto Bluff offers a variety of ways to celebrate Father’s Day throughout the month of June. The resort’s special stay package offers accommodations for two nights in an Inn room, guest house, cottage or village home as well as a $200 resort activity credit, which can be used to enjoy outdoor adventures with dad. From tennis and golf to kayaking and motorboating to navigating the bluffs on bike or horse, there’s an opportunity for countless memories to be made. Other perks included in this special package: daily breakfast for two at either Jessamine or Buffalo’s, valet parking for one vehicle and reduced Paintbox pricing for children visiting the Paintbox program. (montagehotels.com/palmettobluff) “OUR GREAT TCHAIKOVSKY” JULY 19 - AUG. 6, WALLIS ANNENBERG CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, BEVERLY HILLS Accomplished actor, writer and pianist Hershey Felder returns to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in this production of “Our Great Tchaikovsky.” The play, making its Los Angeles premiere at the center, focuses on the life and death of revolutionary Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky who wrote timeless melodies for ballets such as “The Sleeping Beauty” and “Swan Lake.” Just nine days after conducting the premiere of Symphony No. 6, “Pathétique,” Tchaikovsky died in a relatively mysterious way. Felder, who wrote and stars in the play, delivers a nuanced portrayal of the musical master. (thewallis.org) PAGEANT OF THE MASTERS JULY 7 - AUG. 31, IRVINE BOWL A true artistic spectacle, Pageant of the Masters is one of the most unique productions in the world. The 90-minute sight of “tableaux vivants,” or living pictures, offer a singular experience. The show, which started in the 1930s, is a mix of contemporary and classic pieces. The dynamic performance takes place in an outdoor amphitheater under the stars and features a professional orchestra, original score, live narration and intricate sets. The show is performed and managed with the help of hundreds of dedicated volunteers. This year, the theme is “The Grand Tour” and will give guests a passport to experience masterpieces from around the world. (foapom.com)
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