The moon will only be in its first quarter when Shine On performs July 25 at Cal State San Bernardino. But fans of Pink Floyd will see the “Dark Side of the Moon” in full as the university’s Summer Wednesdays concert series continues.
Playing “Dark Side of the Moon” from start to finish, the Pink Floyd tribute band also will perform the legendary group’s greatest hits from 1973-1994.
Shine On’s two-and-a-half hour show includes hits such as “Money” and “Another Brick in the Wall.” The show is loosely based on the Pink Floyd P*U*L*S*E concert and will feature a guest saxophonist. There will be no intermission.
Going on its 28th year at CSUSB’s summer series, The Latin Society promises to offer another great show Aug. 1. The big band performs hits such as “Oye Como Va” and “Hot, Hot, Hot.” The Latin Society has performed for a mixture of audiences all over the Inland Empire and Southern California for 43 years.
Closing out this year’s Summer Wednesdays series on Aug. 8 will be performances by the Howlin’ Yote winner and runner-up of the “Greatest Inland Empire Artist” contest. Cal State San Bernardino students will choose the winner. Performances will be broadcast live on Coyote Radio, CSUSB’s own station staffed by students.
Admission to Summer Wednesdays concerts is free, as is parking in Lot D. Concertgoers are always encouraged to bring picnic baskets, lawn chairs or blankets, along with family and friends. Each week, a concession stand will offer snacks such as kettle corn, cotton candy and funnel cake. On July 25 and Aug. 1, an In-N-Out stand also will be on hand.
All shows begin at 7 p.m. and generally conclude about 9 p.m.
For more information, call (909) 537-7360.