BRENT PAYNE RETURNS TO BIG BEAR
February 15, 2014 6:00pm at the Big Bear Convention Center.
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Brent Payne is no stranger to Big Bear. After his boot-scootin’ performance at the 2012 Old Miners Big Bear Chili Cookoff, Brent was invited to perform at the 2013 World Chili Cookoff Championships in Palm Springs. Brent was sworn in as an honorary member of the Old Miners Association at the 2013 Big Bear Chuckwagon Concert on Memorial Day Weekend.
Doors open at 6:00 pm where you can start the evening with great chuckwagon fare and other menu favorites at Wyatt’s Saloon & Cafe.
Local country rock favorite Duke Michaels opens at 7:15 pm and then Brent Payne takes the stage at 8:15 pm to deliver a “high octane foot stompin’ show.”
Event hosted by the Big Bear Lake Convention Center. There will be plenty of room to get up and dance so swap out your snowshoes for your cowboy boots on February 15, 2014.
Starlight 7000 will donate a portion of tickets sales to the Big Bear Old Miners Association, a local community heritage organization celebrating its 65th Anniversary this year.
A silent auction will be held and both Brent Payne and Duke Michaels have pledged a percentage of their CD sales to support the community events and educational programs of the Old Miners.
Visit www.chuckwagonconcerts.com for more information.
Award winning country recording artist Brent Payne “Brought” The Payne to Big Bear on Memorial Day Weekend, 2013. Brent has been selling out venues from Las Vegas to California to screaming fans that have been following the release of his award winning CD Now and Forever which won Best Country Song of the Year at the Hollywood Music Awards in November 2012.
Bluegrass Music as an art form preserves our country’s history in song by depicting the rural life of miners, loggers and farmers, which is exactly why The Old Miners have added the Big Bear Bluegrass Festival to its event repertoire.
The Old Miners are producing this festival with aims to provide free Bluegrass concerts and affordable Bluegrass workshops to promote this genre of music to the talented youth of the Big Bear Valley that might otherwise never become exposed to this art form.