Redlands Bowl announces 2022 Summer Music Festival lineup – San Bernardino Sun

Redlands Bowl Performing Arts will have a full season this year, and it will include a special tribute celebrating the legacy of Frank Fetta, a longtime conductor for the Bowl, who died in 2021.

The lineup for the Summer Music Festival, announced Wednesday evening, March 9, includes:

  • June 24: An Evening with Debby Boone, known for her 1977 hit “You Light Up My Life”
  • June 28: Grand Finals of the Redlands Bowl Concerto Competition conducted by Maestro Roger Kalia, the Young Artists Concerto Competition Music Director
  • July 8: Mariachi Garibaldi de Jaime Cuéllar with a guest appearance by Ballet Folklórico de Los Ángeles
  • July 12: DRUMLINE LIVE, an international tour based on the Historically Black College and University marching band traditions
  • July 15: M-PACT, a cutting edge vocal ensemble that blends smooth soul, funk and more
  • July 19: Pete Jacobs Wartime Radio Revue, a big-band, which plays hits of the ’30s and ’40s, original songs, wartime news bulletins and more
  • July 22: Frisson at the Pops, a classical music ensemble which will perform selections from Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” West Side Story, and Piazzolla’s “Oblivion” and more
  • July 28-31: Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” presented by producer and director Wayne Scott (public dress rehearsal July 26)
  • Aug. 2: Sgt. Peppers Lonely Bluegrass Band with jazz, classical and bluegrass takes on Beatles tunes
  • Aug. 5: Lemon Bucket Orkestra, a klezmer  folk-punk enemble from Toronto
  • Aug. 9: SKERRYVORE, high-energy Scottish music
  • Aug. 12: State Street Ballet, performing selections ranging from the Tango to the waltz and hip-hop
  • Aug. 16: “Songs and Stories” Celebrating the Musical Legacy of Maestro Frank Fetta will be performed by singer Lana Love, baritone Ralph Cato and the Cool Classics Ensemble
  • Aug. 19: Season Finale with The Redlands Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ransom Wilson and featuring guest artist Aubree Oliverson

Due to contractual provisions, shows on July 1 and July 5 will be announced later this spring.

The 2022 music festival is the first fully in-person season since 2019. Due to coronavirus precautions, the 2020 season was held virtually and the 2021 season started off with virtual shows.

This year is the 99th season for the music festival.

Performances begin at 8 a.m. at the Redlands Bowl, 25 Grant St. Admission is free and seating is first come, first served.

Information: or 909-793-7316

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