FREE Concerts on the Green
Sunday evenings, FREE concerts start at 6 PM
June 11 – August 20, 2017 (except July 2nd)
Concerts on the Green are held on Sunday evenings. All concerts start at 6 PM and end at 8 PM unless otherwise notified. Concerts on the Green are held at the beautiful Lou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Park at 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd., in Woodland Hills. There is plenty of room for a late afternoon picnic with the family while being entertained by headline performers. As always all our concerts are FREE.
Parking for Concerts on the Green is available in the parking structure directly behind the stage on Califa Street for $15. Additional parking is available on Owensmouth Avenue in either parking structure between Califa and Oxnard. (see map). Signs are clearly posted. Parking fees are a donation to Valley Cultural Center and allow us to continue our longstanding tradition of bringing music and the arts to our West Valley.
For your comfort, you may bring blankets, low chairs (under 3′ height), tarps and pillows. Canopies, umbrellas or EZ-ups are permitted UNTIL the concert starts. Once the announcements begin, you must take these items down. You may NOT use stakes to keep your blankets in place as they are a safety hazard. There are to be no grills or open flames of any kind in the park. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are permitted and we encourage you to visit our food court on the west end for more options. Please keep animals tethered and respect your neighbors by being mindful of your space and the view of others.
Which One’s Pink? is a Los Angeles-based band that pays homage to perhaps the most legendary classic rock band of all time – Pink Floyd. Founded in 1997 by musician-turned-lawyer Larry Isenberg, Which One’s Pink? derives its name from the classic line “the band is just fantastic, that is really what I think, oh by the way, which one’s pink?” from Pink Floyd’s song Have A Cigar. Which One’s Pink? has built a large following from its more than 300 performances at the premier live music venues throughout the southwestern United States.
Unlike many tribute bands, Which One’s Pink? makes no effort to appear like their predecessors, instead focusing exclusively on recreating the surrealistic sound and atmosphere associated with Pink Floyd. Lead singer and guitarist Paul Samarin eerily reproduces the vocals of both Roger Waters and David Gilmour, and his guitar playing so closely mirrors Gilmour’s solos that one swears the band must be running sequenced samples taken from the original recordings. Guitarist Allen Moreno captures the often hypnotic rhythm guitar parts, with Scott Richards (bass) and Marty Brumer (drums) completing the rock steady rhythm section. Larry Isenberg and Nick Feduska use multiple keyboards to paint the vast auditory canvas from which virtually all of the Floyd’s catalogue gets its distinctive ethereal sound.
Which One’s Pink? will be performing two sets of Pink Floyd classics from albums such as The Wall, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and others.