Thursday, August 14, 2014

Spend an Awesome August in the OC

Orange County is heating up in August! Here's a handful of
some of the fun events to check out (image via rockdamullet)
The competition for OC's entertainment money has gotten so intense it's bordering on bizarre. It seems like every weekend there's some fun nostalgic event to hit up. Don't believe me? Check out a sampling of some of the cooler/weirder/boozier things to do this month in Orange County.

August 14th - En Vogue in Anaheim

Remember En Vogue? I loved them, but they seemed to drop off the face of the musical universe after the 90s. Well, if you're in the mood for some good music and nostalgia, they'll be performing at the City National Grove of Anaheim on Thursday, August 14th. Yeah, the group members have changed over the years, but the music is still undeniably infectious. So as OC Weekly predicts, [you] "better believe there'll be some love makin', heart breakin', soul shakin' going on. 

En Vogue will be giving you something you can feel on Thursday, 
August 14th at the Grove in Anaheim.

Get ready for some beer, beaches, and bros in HB on August
23rd (Image via Rockstarbeer)
August 23rd - Huntington Beach Beer Festival
Get ready for some beer, beaches and bros over at Huntington Beach - on Saturday the 23rd, you can have unlimited access to craft beer samples from 20 breweries, with entertainment and food trucks to keep your evening buzzing. General admission is $35 ($40 at the door), or bump up to VIP status for some cocktail samples and rare beer craft samples.

August 26 through August 31 - Troubies: A Midsummer Saturday Night's Fever Dream

Disco and Shakespeare collide as
Midsummer Night's Dream gets the
Bee Gees treatment
(Image via
Are you looking to get some night fever? The Troubies know how to do it! For a limited run, they will be taking on their disco interpretation of the Shakespearean classic, A Midsummer Night's Dream at The Laguna Playhouse. As the Playhouse description says, "The star-crossed lovers steam and scheme, and the Bard's most famous fairy, Puck, will be Jive Talkin' as this assorted band of merrymakers heats up into a Disco Inferno."

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