Valley Cultural Foundation provides diverse programs and events in the arts that bring together talent, community and business throughout the San Fernando Valley. 2021
The Remotes are L.A.’s only multimedia TV theme song band. Join us on a retro-tastic journey as we perform themes from The Brady Bunch to The Big Bang Theory and everything in between. Our 10-piece orchestra will entertain you with all-time classics, unexpected rarities, and some original “mash-ups” that put a new spin on familiar themes. The Remotes have performed at many of L.A.’s premier clubs, music festivals, and TV wrap parties and have been the official house band for the Daytime and Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Leslie Pereira and The Lazy Heroes, a three-piece Punk/Pop/Pub Rock band from Los Angeles, released their highly anticipated first full-length album Fight for Now in February 2017 by Singing With Mildred Publishing. Fight for Now was recorded and produced by world renowned producer Earle Mankey who has produced artists such as Concrete Blonde, Possum Dixon, and The Runaways.
Leslie Pereira, formerly of bands It’s be Margaret and Alien Sex Queen, leads the group, bringing veteran, songwriting flair, a sure-fit punchy guitar style and her slow vibrato vocal approach to each song. Jeff Page, also formerly of It’s me Margaret, leads the rhythm section with his mastered drum beats with Rob Lontok delivering solid, full bottom bass lines. Paula Vazquez (also from the band It’s me Margaret) joins in with backup vocals and fancy tambourine. Together they bring us a repertoire of tight, easy to follow music melodies.
Leslie Pereira and the Lazy Heroes’ music style compares to The Pixies, The Pretenders, Throwing Muses, The Breeders, Sonic Youth, Sleater Kinney, Jenny Lewis, Best Coast, Blonde Redhead and Cat Power.
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.