UPDATE: Rain is No Worry at Oaksong Luau


OAK RUN, Calif. – Predicted rain won’t wash out the sixth Annual Hawaiian Luau and Concert at Gray Pine Farm on Saturday evening. A massive tent will protect nearly all of Gray Pine Farm’s large grass seating area when two-time Grammy winner Cryil Pahinui takes the stage with the Weldon Kekauoha Trio. Tickets are still available for the concert and Luau – THE ONLY mainland performance for Pahinui, considered by many to be the world’s finest slack-key guitar master.
Plenty of parking, camping is available. The Gray Pine outdoor dining area will also be sheltered from rain/wind.

What: 10th Annual Summer Concert Series at Gray Pine Farm

When: Saturday (Sept. 18), 5 p.m.

Where: Gray Pine Farm, 27723 Raspberry Lane, Oak Run

Hawaiian Luau and Concert featuring Bill Tapia & Friends and The Weldon Kekauoha Trio.

Dinner features kalua pork, teriyaki chicken, sweet & sour meatballs, fish in foil, rice, green salad, fresh fruit, Haupia (coconut milk pudding), iced tea and punch.

Tickets are $40: $25 for concert only. Children ages 16 and younger free with a paying adult. Meal pricing: Child 5-11 $7; 12-adult $15.

Gray Pine Farm Concert Series tickets are available at Bernie’s Guitar Redding, 530-223-2040, The Oak Run Country Store, 530-472-1029 or online at www.oaksongs.org. NO REFUNDS – and the concerts are rain or shine.

Gray Pine Farm is located at 27723 Raspberry Lane, Just behind the Oak Run School, Oak Run. Click here for more information.

The Oaksong Music Society is a project of the Shasta County Arts Council

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