Valley Cultural Foundation provides diverse programs and events in the arts that bring together talent, community and business throughout the San Fernando Valley. 2021
Queen Nation is an amazingly accurate tribute to a throwback ’70s-’80s Queen concert. The show was formed in 2004 by L.A.-based music agency DMHE. Queen Nation is the west coast’s longest-running and most authentic fully-costumed recreation of a vintage Queen concert. The show consists of four musicians who all sing and perform in character and in period costumes while playing live note-for-note renditions of classic Queen songs. Featured frontman vocalist Gregory Finsley is an amazing singer with an uncanny tone that matches the late great Freddie Mercury to a tee. Gregory is also an excellent concert-trained pianist which allows him to accurately recreate what Freddie Mercury magically did live onstage in Queen’s original four-piece lineup. Queen Nation has been crowned by their loyal legions of fans as “The People’s Choice Tribute To Queen Champions”, and rightly so, because arguably they are one of the hardest working tribute bands in the U.S.
Black Sage Burn is a beach city-based rock band consisting of four like-minded musicians: Ronnie Nells (vocals), Rob Nishida (lead guitar), Lance Tamanaha (drums), and Tony Chlup (bass), who met up one night for a jam, quickly became friends then proceeded to write 18 songs in six months. The band was born out of a desire to write music and play covers that define their unique sound with loud vocals melded with melodic guitars and honest lyrics fused with unforgettable hooks. Their live performances reflect this with original favorites such as “Clean Getaway” and “Dust and Bone” and covers such as Lenny Kravitz’s “Always On the Run” and Lit’s “Miserable” often finding their way into the set. Hear the band’s unique brand of music, released in the form of a new single every month on all streaming platforms, and come see the infectious live energy the band produces at a show near you. And for updates, follow the band on their social media.
Parking is available at structures located at 21800 Califa Street across from the park for free entry to our Concerts and July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza at Warner Ranch Park – 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd. Woodland Hills, CA 91367. Signs are clearly posted. Parking fees are a donation to Valley Cultural Foundation and allow us to continue our longstanding tradition of bringing music and the arts to our West Valley.
Event parking begins at 4:00 PM. If you arrive earlier, you will need to pull a ticket to enter the structure and pay full price when you leave. Loitering is not allowed in parking structure. Trespassing is prohibited.