The Point San Luis Lighthouse Keepers proudly present "Live at the Lighthouse", a Saturday concert series at the light station!
This fabulous group is bringing our cliff side stage back to life from 3 - 7 pm. We'll have great food, wine and beer available for sale. The historic site will be open for touring. Our gift shop will be open. And - you'll see our docents in period attire on site for lighthouse storytelling. We provide chairs.
We have limited availability for this very special event, so please reserve your tickets today.
• $35 - Includes transportation from Wild Cherry Canyon via SLO Safe Ride Vans
• $20 - Admission to the concert - you provide your own transportation via kayak / SUP
• $400 - Table for up to 8 people, including 2 nice bottles of wine
No outside chairs, food, or beverage, please. No pets please. This is a smoke free site.
Carbon City Lights is an alternative indie rock band based in San Luis Obispo. Their sound blends folk, pop and rock with some funk, and even a little country twang. The band’s live performances are fun and energetic, and feature extended jams with tight rhythm and dueling guitars. Carbon City Lights started as a solo project by singer-songwriter, Michael Venia, in 2010 in Toronto, and morphed into a full band in 2018 with Central Coast locals Bret Heenan (lead guitar), Dan Hernandez (bass), and Gerald Purify (drums). Listeners will appreciate the authenticity that comes from Venia’s lyrics and shines through in his powerful vocals. Their music rings with influences of Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, and Coldplay.
Singer-songwriter, Michael, picked up the guitar while growing up in Saudi Arabia listening to Rick Dees Top 40 international radio hits. As a teen, he was interviewed by CNN's Chief International Correspondent, Christiane Amanpour for a piece on Western music in the Middle East. After leaving Saudi Arabia, Michael gained traction in the music scene in Toronto, Canada while going to recording arts school and performing original music. As an audio engineer, he's produced his music independently and is now sharing his sound with the full band on the Central Coast.