The Georges will play the final night of this year’s Keep San Marcos Beautiful Spring Concert Series on Thursday, April 12 at San Marcos Plaza Park stage, 401 E. Hopkins.
The Saucerians will open for The Georges. The performances were originally scheduled for early March but were rained out.
The free concert series highlights an array of musical talent, art, eco and food vendors in a family-friendly environment. The night will feature, headliner, The Georges with The Saucerians opening.
Vendor booths and opening act performances will begin at 7 p.m. Concert headliners take the stage at 8:30 p.m. The public is invited to bring lawn chairs to enjoy the free concert.
The concert is supported with funding from the San Marcos Arts Commission and music promoter Tres Hefter.
About The Georges:
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The Georges consist of Brothers Lance “Tater” Beck, Jacob Beck, and their cousin Jason George. On bass is Aaron Covington. The band plays an amalgam of Rockabilly, early country with strong ties to the Bakersfield sound, and the music of the Beatles. What results with their originals is a melodic blend of catchy danceable music that gets folks moving and shaking on the dance floor. Added to their sets are covers from Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Elvis, and other all time greats.