Abrakadabra will be opening the Warren Hill Valentine’s Concert on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the lodge. VIP tickets are $57; General Admission tickets are $32. Tickets are available now at the POA office and on the POA website at canyonlakepoa.com.
From Oxnard’s Heritage Square to Oceanside’s Harbor Days to Temecula’s Balloon and Wine Festival to Indio’s International Tamale Festival and Garden Grove’s Strawberry Festival, Abrakadabra has been bringing its high energy, melodic, percussive and soulful tunes to audiences throughout Southern California for years.
Abrakadabra performs an extensive cover playlist including classic rock and soul, jazz, Latin and tropical songs, as well as a library of original compositions. Influenced by bands like Malo, War, El Chicano and Santana, Abrakadabra’s signature sounds fuse latin, island, funk, reggae, pop and rock, while adding its own jazzy melodies and pop harmonies.
Abrakadabra’s leader, Jon Coleman, has received an L.A. Music award for Best Guitarist, a DIY National Producer of the Year award, and a runner-up USA Songwriting National Competition for Best Instrumental.
Saxophonist Warren Hill will take the stage after Abrakadabra’s performance. The Canadian born saxophonist’s career spans three decades. His solo CD’s and collaborations have topped three different charts. selling over a million copies worldwide. Warrens live show has brought him to over 25 countries performing over 1,500 shows. Warren’s recent CD, entitled “Under the Influence,” is a collection of classic rock covers from the 70s featuring hits from iconic bands such as Aerosmith, Queen, and The Police.
Concert tickets to the POA’s remaining 2018 concerts also are on sale now. The Surf City All Stars, featuring original Beach Boy David Marks and Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean, will perform at the lodge on April 21. VIP tickets are $67; General Admission tickets are $42.
Country music artist Keith Anderson will perform June 30. Keith has had several hit songs since 2004, including “Every Time I Hear Your Name.” His sophomore CD garnered the biggest hit of his career, “I Still Miss You,” which peaked at No. 2 and another Top 25 hit, “Sunday Morning in America.” Keith’s success prompted music trades Billboard and Radio & Records to name him country music’s No. 1 New Male Artist of 2005. VIP tickets are $57; General Admission tickets are $32.
Back by popular demand, new wave band Berlin will return to Canyon Lake for the final concert on Sept. 15. Berlin gained mainstream-commercial success in the early 80s with singles “The Metro” and “No More Words.” In the mid-80s, Berlin topped the charts with their single “Take My Breath Away” from the 1986 film Top Gun. The Berlin performance will be a mix of the band’s 80s classics peppered with tracks from their latest release. VIP tickets are $57; General Admission tickets are $32.
Tickets to all the POA concerts can be purchased at the POA office and on the POA website at canyonlakepoa.com.