2014 Twilight Concert Series at Santa Monica Pier lineup announced

2014 Twilight Concerts santa monica pier

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the lineup for the 2014 Twilight Concert Series at Santa Monica Pier has been announced. As Southern California’s largest free concert series, this year’s beachside roster will feature Cults, Jagwar Ma, Cayucas, The Zombies, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Charles Bradley, and many more incredible acts.

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The Twilight Concert Series returns to the iconic Santa Monica Pier kicking off with a performance by indie pop darlings, Cults and L.A. upcomer, James Supercave on Thursday, July 10. The free shows will take place every Thursday through September 11, and will begin at 7 p.m.

PHOTOS: Twilight Concert at Santa Monica Pier feat. Trombone Shorty

The Twilight Concert Series is co-produced by Spaceland Presents and Rumble & Humble Concerts, and will once again partner with radio stations Alt 98.7FM LA’s New Alternative and public radio station KCRW. The shows will be part of KCRW’s Summer Nights series, which is celebrating its 5th anniversary this year. Take a look at the stunning lineup below!

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TWILIGHT CONCERT SERIES 2014 LINEUP

July 10 – Indie Pop: CULTS w/ James Supercave
July 17 – Heavenly Voices: YUNA w/ King
July 24 – PCH Top Down Sounds: CAYUCAS w/ PAPA
July 31 – Syrian Electro Style: OMAR SOULEYMAN
Aug 07 – Australia Rocks the Pier: JAGWAR MA
Aug 14 – Latin Waves: LA SANTA CECILIA w/ Sergio Mendoza
Aug 21 – THE ZOMBIES w/ Mystic Braves
Aug 28 – Deep Reggae: LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY w/ Mexico 68
Sep 04 – OK Go
Sep 11 – 100% Soul: CHARLES BRADLEY w/ King James & The Special Men

Compare the 2014 Twilight Concert Series lineup to its 2013 lineup!

 

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