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Atrium Hotel

May 1st, Let The Music Begin!

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With summer months around the corner just waiting to be soaked up, the Atrium Hotel is proud to announce their 2nd Annual LIFT The Music Summer Concert Series starting May 1st, 2013…a concert series designed to celebrate musical artists of all genres, ages, and specialties.

Beginning May 1st, LIFT The Music is scheduled to play through the end of August every Wednesday night along the hotel’s poolside lounge!

With artists currently being scheduled to perform, event guests are able to enjoy a plethora of musical varieties from jazz to acoustic, pianist to rock, this season’s stage will be nothing short of endless talent and melodies within their infamous poolside cabanas, greenery, and color.

Not only do event guests enjoy free beats, the hotel’s poolside menu will offer special pricing for food and beverages from 5:00-7:00pm.

 

RickatGrand3Playing opening night, May 1st, 8th, and 15th, accomplished vocalist and pianist, Ricardo J. Valenzuela, offers style and impressionable entertainment as he turns familiar repertoire into a unique and intimate experience. For Ricardo, playing is a deep passion, giving his talent to be shared while asking nothing in return other than for the pure enjoyment of the music itself. Playing for President George Bush and his long history of entertaining, Ricardo thrives on the variety of eclectic audiences. With both an album and live musical samples available on his website, get ready to listen and enjoy.

 

To learn more about the summer series and check out the musical line-up as they are posted, visit the Atrium’s website or event page today.

LIFT The Music will be available every Wednesday night from 6:00 -9:00pm poolside along the hotel’s outdoor lounge. Complimentary entry for all event guests, enjoy special menu pricing from 5:00-7:00pm within your shared or private cabana. 

Private Cabanas are currently available for reservation. Simply call 949.428.3700 today for more details and requirements.

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