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Anniversary Celebration

Join Beachwood as they celebrate their 12th year of brewing beer! Beachwood Brewing’s festive anniversary is happening at their Downtown Long Beach and Bixby Knolls locations. They’ll be featuring new beers, including cans & draft of Stratallite Orbit, a 12th anniversary West Coast IPA.

Extending welcome to families, friends, and pets to enjoy all day on Saturday, July 15, starting at noon until 10(ish) p.m. Start the celebration at their Downtown Long Beach location (ample parking for those driving with up to 3-hour validation) with music by DJ Lexakhan, Micheladas made with their fermented fresno chili hot sauce topped with Beachwood Blonde, and more.

Starting at 2 p.m., hop on a complimentary shuttle for a ride to their Bixby Knolls location. The shuttle will be looping continuously between DTLB and Bixby Knolls locations where you’ll be able to track its location with a link posted on Beachwood Brewing’s Instagram story.

Bixby Knolls will have a raffle, special food pop-ups including desserts by Fatty’s Mo’s, Axiom BBQ Kitchen, a late night taco stand, with music by Lonely Creeper DJ starting at 3 p.m. and 80s Area Band at 7:30 p.m.

For more information and the full event details, visit the event page at:

‘Into the Woods’

Axis Theater will present “Into the Woods,” the Tony Award-winning musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. It tells the tale of a Baker and his wife, who in their quest to have a child, make a bargain with a vindictive witch.

As they journey into the woods, they come in contact with an array of fairy tale characters including Cinderella, Jack, Rapunzel, a wolf, a giant, and even a handsome prince, or two. In the end, the characters are forced to experience the unplanned consequences of their actions.

One of Sondheim’s most popular works, “Into the Woods” is a masterful, musical journey for audiences 7 and up.

Performances will be presented July 14 and 15 at 7 p.m., and July 16 at 2 p.m. at Huntington Beach Historic Theater, 1905 Main Street, Huntington Beach.

Raising Decibels

2ND & PCH announced PCH Raising Decibels, a live music concert series. The outdoor shopping center will host eight concerts under the stars on Thursday evenings 5-8 p.m. The series features some of Southern California’s finest bands playing originals across a variety of genres, as well as several of the top local tribute bands covering timeless classics and generational hits from artists including Elton John, No Doubt, the Rolling Stones and more. Concerts are complimentary to the community and will be performed on Seaport Way.

The concert series lineup includes the following headlining acts:

  • July 20th: New Doubt, World’s Top Tribute to No Doubt – With a seal of approval from Gwen Stefani herself, the “World’s Best Tribute to No Doubt,” looks and sounds like the real deal, performing all of No Doubt’s chart-topping hits, as well as popular favorites by Sublime, Radiohead and other 90s rock groups.
  • July 27th: Tomorrows Bad Seeds – Cultivated in the South Bay, Tomorrows Bad Seeds embodies the surf and street culture of Los Angeles, perfectly blending the sounds of hip hop, punk, reggae, rock and soul.
  • August 3rd: Blue Breeze Band – Providing audiences with the best of Motown, R&B, soul, funk, jazz and blues, this 6 - 12 piece band is sure to pack the dance floor with their funky soul rhythms composed of amazing vocals, keyboards, drums, guitar and an extraordinary horn section.
  • August 10th: Rod the Mod, Never a Dull Moment Tribute Band – A rock band with a unique blend of raw energy and a lead singer that encapsulates the subtle nuances of Rod Stewart himself, Rod the Mod brings an exciting performance and genuine representation of Rod Stewart’s concerts.

Opening acts will be announced at a later date. Guests are encouraged to set up their chairs and blankets along Seaport Way as early as 11 a.m. A dancing area will be designated for guests ready to dance the night away.

Complimentary face painting and airbrush tattoos will also be available, 5-8 p.m. This is a free family-friendly community event, no tickets required for attendance. Self-seating is available on a first come first served basis, space is limited. ADA accommodations are available. The center offers an array of restaurants, retailers and specialty services for the community to enjoy before, during or after concerts.

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