The Peninsula Arts Center presents the best and brightest in the Northwest music scene in an intimate house-concert-style setting with professional production and staging at the Peninsula Arts Center on Pacific Avenue in Long Beach.
Concerts benefit the Long Beach Peninsula Acoustic Music Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization.
The Peninsula Arts Center is a Fair Trade Music venue.
Take a tour of our Gallery of Past Concerts!
Click to see a full Calendar of Concerts.
We’re currently allowed to have concerts at up to 50% of our capacity, which allows 25-30 people.
For the summer, we’ll be holding our shows in our outdoor tent (weather permitting).
Watch for our emails, which will always have the latest info.
Join us for a virtual open mic hosted by the Peninsula Arts Center every Friday evening.
Meeting ID: 791 596 7542
Hope to see you there!
May 1st, 3PM – doors at 2:30 (weather permitting): Alt-Country songwriter James Low returns to the Arts Center
Click play to hear James Low’s “Whiskey Farmer”
Sue and I are very excited to have James Low, one of the best songwriters in the Northwest’s Alt-Country scene, back to the Arts Center.
James started out in a one-stop-light town in Eastern Oregon that had a single AM radio station that went off the air every night at 6 pm. Following his father’s lead he starting writing songs, and after finishing school he escaped to New York, working in the kitchen at roots and blues club The Lone Star Roadhouse where he came under the sway of classic blues and country musicians like Rufus and Carla Thomas and Emmy Lou Harris.
May 15th and 16th: The Oyster Crackers CD Release
Joining them for these concerts is Phyllis xxxx on cello.