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Malibu Rocks Hollywood

Posted by Slinger Straps on 9/12/2016 to News
Malibu Rocks Hollywood

Are you ready for a night of Rock N’ Roll (and bowl) at Malibu Rocks Hollywood? Tonight, the Malibu Guitar Festival is having another free admission Monday Nights event at Lucky Strike Live, a modern and edgy underground entertainment hub and bowling alley in Hollywood.


Malibu Rocks Hollywood will feature performances by Dankrupt, a Cali Rock band that incorporates elemental sounds of psychedelic rock, pop, and upbeat feel good music, as well as the Kenneth Brian Band, whose modern Southern Rock N’ Roll music combines first-rate song-craft, impeccable guitar work and harmonies to create a mind-blowing and transcendent performance. Steve Ferrone, Duane Betts, and Mike Hayes will also be performing.

With such a great lineup and free admission, there is no reason to miss out on this spectacular event!

About Malibu Guitar Festival

The Malibu Guitar Festival is an annual four-day live festival in Malibu, California packed with guitar and rock lovers and featuring legendary guitarists. This exciting event begins with an opening night fundraiser, two days/nights of performance in local restaurants, bars and outdoor public areas, and concludes with an all-day outdoor festival concert.

In addition to its four-day festival, the Malibu Guitar Festival hosts occasional Monday Nights events in Los Angeles.

In the past, it has featured award-winning musicians and guitarists from around the world, including Cody Simpson, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Orianthi, Richie Samborra, among many others.

Doug DeLuca and John Watkin, the creators of the Malibu Guitar Festival, are dedicated to giving back to the community and support charity organizations such as Mending Kids, which provides critical surgery care for sick children, as well as The Boys and Girls Club of Malibu, which fosters a safe and creative community in which children and teenagers can gather together to make new friends and learn new skills.

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