The Rocktops band rocked on the upper level of Holiday Harbor Park last Friday evening. Playing classic rock music from the 60s through the 80s, the trio entertained a crowd of more than 200 Canyon Lakers gathered for an informal evening of music at the park. While the dance floor was mostly full, others in the audience basked under a full moon with nearly perfect 75-degree weather.
The Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild, who sponsored the event, was pleased to present this professional cover band that energetically delivered a variety of popular classic and modern hits. “Because it was warm, the Fine Arts Guild distributed about 150 free water bottles and handheld fans for the audience to cool themselves,” said Social Activities Director Bonnie Dubb
The original plan was for the POA’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new Amphitheater to be on this day, followed by the concert and a family movie. As all the inspections and permits had not been completed, the ceremony and movie were postpone, but the band played on.
“The POA and the City both offered their continued commitment to this project and they hope it will be completed soon,” said Fine Arts Guild President Ron Martel in his opening remarks to the audience.
The Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild donated $25,000 toward the new amphitheater. Once completed, this new premier amenity will enhance events held at Holiday Harbor Park, such as concerts, movie nights, and reservable private events.