What: Eddie Money
When: 6:30p.m. and 8:30p.m.
Where: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk bandstand
Why Go: If you Wanna Go Back to the 80’s for a night, then you won’t want to miss this free concert. Featured top 40’s hits from Money’s double platinum album include Shakin, Take Me Home Tonight, Think I’m in Love. Baby Hold On.
What: Big screen movie near the beach. “Who framed Roger Rabbit”
When: 7:30 p.m. or dusk
Where: Esplanade Park stage, Capitola Village
Why Go: Family fun night and it won’t cost you a dime. Even the popcorn is free! Low back chairs, blankets and jackets recommended. No alcohol or dogs on the beach.
What: Henry V. Written by William Shakespeare
Where: The Festival Glen at UCSC Performing Arts Center
Why Go: If you love Shakespeare or want to see for yourself what all the hypes about, then don’t miss the performance of this classic story. Shakespeare Santa Cruz presents Henry V.
“With the death of his father, young King Henry must abandon his wasted youth and transform into a leader of men. His country embroiled in bitter civil war and his people restless and dissatisfied, Henry launches a daring invasion that climaxes in the fateful battle of Agincourt. Weakened and outnumbered, the English face near certain defeat, but Henry’s inspirational leadership spurs a reversal of fortune and turns a man into a legend.” http://www.shakespearesantacruz.org/season/index.php#henry/
Henry V marks Artistic Director Marco Barricelli's return to the SSC stage. Directed by Paul Mullins
Cost: $35 - $46/adult; $16/child
Please note - Everyone needs a ticket, regardless of age. All children, even if sitting on your lap, will still be required a ticket for entry into the venue. Advanced ticket sales end 3 hours prior to show time. Any remaining tickets may be purchased at the door. Event parking on the UCSC campus is $4, cash only.
What: The Honey Wilders
When: 9:30 PM – Doors at 9:00 PM
Where: Kuumbwa Jazz Center
Why Go: A fun mix of boogie and rock from the 70’s era. “Strongly recommended for those who like to get down and get with it.” http://kuumbwajazz.org/2013/05/
Cost: $5 at the door; $2 Budweisers
What: Public Safety Appreciation Day at the Boardwalk
When: All day
Where: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
Why Go: Celebrate your local law and safety officials and ride your favorite rides. Bring your official Federal, State, County, or City Identification (Active or Retired) to the Group Sales Office and receive a FREE All-Day Rides wristband for yourself, valid that day only.
Cost: Special discounts for first responders and their families.
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What: 8th Annual Wellness Fair Export Event
When: 11a.m. – 5p.m.
Where: Lincoln St. between Pacific & Cedar, downtown Santa Cruz
Why Go: Got health? Learn more about living a healthy life style while visiting booths offered by local professionals. Botanical healing, massage and acupuncture therapists, chiropractors, healthy eating specialists and inspirational speakers including Ocean Robbins of Food Revolution. This scene includes plenty of live music. The event is made possible by the College of Botanical Healing Arts.
What: Summer Brunch Series
When: 11a.m. - 2p.m.
Where: Native Revival Nursery, Aptos
Why Go: The works of talented local artists, the smell of fresh brewed coffee, and live music. The little ones will especially enjoy the cute goats and sheep roaming about. http://www.nativerevival.com/
What: Santa Cruz Edible Gardens Tour
When: 9:30a.m. – 5p.m.
Where: Westside, Eastside, and Midtown
Why Go: Dig gardens? You can neighborhood hop and visit more than 15 homes and public vegetable gardens that soot your style. Get advice on raising chickens, organic tips, and get away with your favorite plant. Healing gardens, participating local restaurants and kids activities are all part of the agenda. Have your own gardening tips? Please share.
Cost: $10. Brown Paper Tickets
What: Pop-Up Museum - "Lost & Found"
When: 1p.m. - 5 p.m.
Where: Santa Cruz Mountain Art Center, Ben Lomond
Why Go: This is a collaborative event with the Museum of Art & History (MAH) and the San Lorenzo Valley History Museum.
If you want to find something lost, or have found an object of interest, then don’t miss this event. “This Pop Up Museum on LOST and FOUND” invites you to share objects you’ve found around town and explore their beauty, while discovering their history. Please bring anything you have found, and share what you know or hope to discover with others in the sunny backyard of the Santa Cruz Mountain Art Center. Old photos, yard sale treasures, and objects of any kind are all welcome.
Refreshments, entertainment, and a diverse collection of local artworks from the community: paintings (all mediums), sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, wood, glass, baskets, textiles and more!