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COME HANG OUT WITH US!

Looking for something to do Thursday night? No better place to be than at the Local Band Hangout! Enjoy some appetizing food, enticing drinks and most of all great music.  Every 3rd Thursday of the month beginning at 7:00pm the Queen Mary will host local artists for a night of fun and entertainment. What are you waiting for? Text your friends and get your tickets now!

WHERE

The Observation Bar at the Queen Mary

ADMISSION

Admission to the Queen Mary is $15.00 per person.  You may apply the admission ticket value to your Observation Bar bill when you end your visit to the Local Band Hangout.  The bar credit may be applied to other restaurants and bars aboard the Queen Mary.

*Note* - Ticket availability is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

Guests who dine at Chelsea (after 6PM), Sir Winston’s or who spend $20 or more at the Observation Bar will receive complimentary self or valet parking.

BUY TICKETS HERE

THIS MONTH'S INFO

Thursday - May 18th - 7:00 pm 

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Tall Walls

Tall Walls' sun-drenched power-pop is what Buddy Holly might have sounded like if he listened to The Arctic Monkeys and became increasingly socioeconomically and environmentally aware. 

Blending a love for three-part harmonies, pop arrangements, and an all-female brass section, the band's tunes are uptempo and melodic, providing playful social commentary and declarations of unconditional love.

 

MOVE

Jon Zell had a simple, if potentially unwieldy, idea:  to bring together a stylistic variety of Long Beach musical talent flexible enough to accommodate special guest songwriters performing whatever sort of material they felt like doing on the fly, yet structured enough to keep the music reined in as tight songs rather than free-form jams.  MOVE originated with the occasional free night at 4th Street Vine, whose owner recognized a good thing when he saw it and promptly gave the group the fourth Friday night of every month.  This lasted until entertainment-permit issues cut short the fun.  But MOVE kept getting together wherever we could and eventually got a monthly residency at Bixby Knolls First Fridays.  The more people who saw us play, the more offers we received to play elsewhere, a success that led to the band’s becoming increasingly solidified.

BUNDY

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