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Oct 28 2016
Dana Wharf Kids Halloween Boo Cruise
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Nov 3 2016
Cove Gallery Laguna Beach Art Walk
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Nov 3 2016
Día de la Tequila! / Thirsty Thursdays
This Day of the Dead Celebration will feature tequila tasting, art-making, viewing of...more
Nov 24 2016
Thanksgiving Day Cruises
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Laguna Community Concert Band

  • PO Box 4235
    Laguna Beach CA 92652
  • Phone: 888-308-8324

The LCCB was established in 1999, beginning as an 8-member class at the LB Recreation Department and growing into a fully developed 60 member non-profit organization, the LCCB is currently listed as a class through the Irvine Valley College Emeritus Program is funded by grants and donations.

The rapid growth and success of the band is a testimony to the cultural awareness of the Laguna Beach Community at large, and to the significant contributions of the early band members: local conductor Ed Peterson and musicians Dennis White, Ken Hanson, Sheryl Caverly and Niko Theris.    Attracting local musical talent and adding a third experienced conductor,  Pete Fournier, in 2008,  the LCCB now performs over 20 concerts per year in such venues as  Festival of Arts, Sawdust Festival,  Art-A-Fair, Patriots Day Parade, and the popular Memorial Day concert on Main Beach’s cobblestones and boardwalk.

Over the last few years, smaller ensembles have formed within the band, including a very fine Swing Band led by current band president Brian Cameron.  Other small groups include a Flute Ensemble, a Dixieland Band (The 3rd Street Strutters), a Brass Quintet even a second Swing Band and all have performed locally. 

The band is always looking for good musicians. For more information, call:  Ed Peterson, conductor, at (949) 395-3043.