If you are a country music fan, you may have already purchased tickets to the Brea Bonanza Days Country Music Festival. The festival is organized by the Brea Downtown Owners Association. This is the event’s third year and it’s definitely a must-see.
Truxton Mile, Jacob Bryant, and Coffey Anderson are headlining the event in Brea Downtown. Also appearing are the Morgan Leigh Band, Honey County, Redneck Rodeo, and Kelly Bozy Line Dancing lessons.
Brand new this year is the grand opening of Red Lantern Escape Rooms, right next door to the festival. You can take a break from dancing, get out of the sun, and try your hand solving the mysteries of Louisiana-themed Midnight on the Bayou. Bookings in one-hour time slots are available the entire weekend, May 19th through May 21st. Use the promo code “MOM15” for a discount.
On Friday May 19th the Bonanza Day festivities start at 6PM with Redneck Rodeo on the main stage, moving to the Kelly Boyz line dancing lesson and finishing with Truxton Mile as the main headliner at 8:30PM. View the entire Friday schedule.
On Saturday, May 20th you should bring the entire family as this event starts at 12 noon with an exciting lineup of the Kelly Boyz, Jimi Nelson, Go Country 105FM, Honey Country, and Jacob Bryant as the headliner on the main stage. Don’t miss the Kids Zone where children can meet Christy Lewis, the world champion trick roper. Also available are yard games, a corn hole toss, pony rides, milk bottle bowling, rope making, and panning for gold.
For even more country music in your life, Sunday May 21st brings Coffey Anderson and the Morgan Leigh Band to the stage. Don’t forget to stop by and meet special guest Henry DiCarlo from KTLA.
With free general admission and parking, be sure to check out Brea Bonanza Days. For VIP Seating section, it looks like tickets are currently $35 a person with special perks and drink tickets.
And before heading over to the Country Music Festival, be sure to schedule you game at Red Lantern Escape Rooms. You’ve already gathered your friends and family, so stop by Midnight on the Bayou to get your brain working and your adrenaline going before you put your heels on and dance.