Cultural events are all around us but we don’t always know it.
It helps to know where to look.
Sagebrush Café in Quartz Hill offers live music (6pm) on the first Friday of the month each month.
In May, the coffee shop has added events for the 14th & 15th.
On Friday the 14th, Sagebrush Café is hosting a musical performance by Tres Tragos at 6pm. The duo plays a hard-to-describe style that straddles the boundaries of folk, country, and pop and features guitarist and singer Vince M. and acoustic drum-kit player Caesar.
Saturday May 15th, the coffee shop is hosting a book signing and reading by local author Debbie Chaddick to promote her book The Spirituality of Hope. The event is set to begin at 4 pm.
(There are no cover charges for these events.)
(See below for address details.)
Another venue for live music is Butler’s Coffee. Each Saturday night Butler’s hosts live music. Visit their website for more information.
The Lancaster Museum and Art Gallery is currently running a valley-wide high school show and also rumors of musical events have been heard…a possible organized drum-circle has been mentioned.
Cedar Centre, also in downtown Lancaster, is experiencing a renovation as are the streets surrounding it.
In a few months, Lancaster will look very different and its core of artistic institutions will be central to its new identity.
With the Cedar Centre renovations, a new location for the Lancaster Museum and Art Gallery, and the continuing growth of the Lofts Gallery on Lancaster Boulevard and a bevy of dining options, the downtown area suddenly begins to seem like…a lively arts district.
Cedar Centre Hall (Antelope Valley Allied Arts)
44857 Cedar Avenue, Lancaster
Lancaster Museum/Art Gallery
44801 N. Sierra Hwy, Lancaster CA
Tues-Sun 11am – 4pm
Lakes & Valleys Art Guild Gallery
Open Saturday & Sunday
10 am to 4 pm
Lake Hughes Road
The Lofts Gallery
616 Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster CA
Sagebrush Café Coffee & Art House
42104 50th St. W., Quartz Hill, CA
Mon – Fri. 6:30 am – 9pm
Sa 8am -9pm Su 8 am – 3pm