- Surf Music
Help us meet our monthly goal:
Catch a wave of surf music, featuring Redlands’ own Tornadoes, as well as classic cars, and lots of fun during Surfin’ State Street from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 10.
The Tornadoes will take the stage at Ed Hales Park. Nationally recognized for their 1962 song, “Bustin’ Surfboards,” the country’s first instrumental surf hit and later featured in the Quentin Tarantino movie, “Pulp Fiction,” The Tornadoes are celebrating 50 years performing together.
Kent Crowley, author of “Surf Beat: Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Forgotten Revolution,” will be on hand to sign copies of his book. “Surf Beat” features The Tornadoes first album cover on the jacket.
Surfin’ State Street will feature a free classic car show, between Fifth and Seventh streets. Car owners are invited to bring their classic cars, muscle cars, cruisers, hot rods, Nomads and Woodies. Trophies will be awarded for the overall Top Five vehicles and one trophy will be awarded for the best theme. For more information about the car show, call (909) 969-8776.
The City of Redlands is off Interstate 10 about 45 minutes west of Los Angeles and 45 minutes east of Palm Springs. Surfin’ State Street is sponsored by the Downtown Redlands Business Association. For more information, call (909) 798-7629.
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