2016 SCVTV Presents the OutWest Concert Series
Continuing the tradition of presenting new and emerging artists and groups, along with well established musicians, we are pleased to present the 2016 concert calendar.
Concerts are on the fourth Thursday of the month unless otherwise noted.
Light Refreshments may be served.
- February 25 - Cow Bop
- March 24 - Mike Beck
- April 20 (3rd Wed - kicks off Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival) - Syd Masters & The Swing Riders
- May 26 - Jennifer Lind
- June 23 - Tom Hiatt
- July 28 - Jerry Hall and Trick Shot
- August 25 - The Story Masters: Juni Fisher & Joe Herrington
- September 22 - Eli Barsi
- October 27 - Kerry Grombacher
- November 17 (3rd Thursday) - Dennis Jay
Location & Times:
Repertory East Playhouse, 24266 Main St, Newhall, CA 91321
The Hydeaway Lounge @ the REP
- Offers Beer, Wine, and Mixed Drinks before and after every show
- Will Call and Hydeaway Lounge Open 7:00 pm
- Concerts start at 8:00 pm
RSVP Hotline & Tickets:
Reserve your seat in advance by phone and pick up your tickets at Will Call on concert night. 661.347.9700 Toll Free 1.877.340.9378 (WEST)
- Cash preferred, Credit Cards accepted
- Members of the Western Music Association (WMA), Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society (SCVHS), and Friends of Hart Park (FOHP) receive a discount.
- To receive e-mail concert reminders send your request to email@example.com
OutWest, SCVTV, Repertory East Playhouse, and the Western Music Association California Chapter.
Special thank you to The Magazine of Santa Clarita.
Thank you to all our talented performers and the loyal audience that have embraced and enjoyed great live entertainment. Enjoy a comfortable seat, (there are 76 of them!), elbow and leg room, the amenities of the Hydeaway Lounge, and the convenience of Main Street in Old Town Newhall. SCVTV continues to film these great programs so you can enjoy them on Time Warner Channel 20 or AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 and always 24/7 on www.scvtvoutwest.com. We are grateful for this opportunity to host the Concert Series in the intimate setting of this professional theater company's home. To enjoy all the concerts from 2010-to the present click here.
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