Dance your way into Labor Day with Summer’s End Weekend, a part of the Orange County Great Park’s Flights & Sounds Summer Festival.
Price: Admission is free, parking is $10 per car
Event Times: Hangar Café opens at 6 p.m.
Live Music begins at 8:15 p.m.
Dance instruction begins at 7:45 p.m. on select evenings.
More Info- Summer's End Weekend
August 30 - The Aquabats! The first all-crime fighting all-surfing rock supergroup in history! High-energy New Wave and SKA for Rock ‘n Roll lovers of all ages.
August 31 – Lavay Smith and Her Red-Hot Skillet: Bay Area blues and swing, sung hot and sweet!
About Flights & Sounds Summer Festival:
Enjoy an outdoor music performance in a setting unlike any other in Southern California. Mingle with music lovers of all ages on a perfect moonlit summer evening under a canopy of 54 illuminated Canary Island Palm Trees. Experience music from internationally acclaimed artists. Dance the night away on the iconic checkerboard dance floor or take a break and enjoy a breathtaking night flight on the Great Park Balloon.
About the sponsor:
Hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over Southern California enjoy the Orange County Great Park’s current array of recreational and educational opportunities, including views from the iconic Great Park Balloon that rises 400 feet in the air and provides a panoramic view of Orange County. Other Great Park features include the Carousel, Farm + Food Lab, Kids Rock Playground, Walkable Historical Timeline, Palm Court Arts Complex, North Lawn recreation area and historic Hangar 244. The Great Park also hosts a variety of special events that provide unique experiences for the entire family, including the Growing the Park Anniversary Celebration, annual Pumpkin Harvest, Great Night! Family New Year’s Eve, Flights & Sounds Summer Festival and the weekly Great Park Farmers Market. The Great Park, with its approximately 1,300-acre master plan, is the centerpiece of the redevelopment of the publicly-owned portion of the 4,700-acre former Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro. For more information, visit www.ocgp.org.