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Sun, surf and California girls. Those were the days! Celebrate the music of the Beach Boys with the “Good Vibrations” tribute concert at Llano Grande Resort on Friday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Good Vibrations is the ultimate, exciting tribute to the music and spirit of the Beach Boys. Audiences across the country have been mesmerized by the amazing group and their faithful renditions of the Beach Boys classic hits including “California Girls,” “Surfin’ USA,” “I Get Around,” “Help me Rhonda,” “Fun, Fun, Fun,” and the group’s namesake hit, “Good Vibrations.”

20160211-Beach-Boys-TributeThis show will be an exciting musical journey of sun, surf, cars and girls as these incredible musicians capture the incomparable harmonies of the Beach Boys.

Good Vibrations was honored to have performed for the Beach Boys themselves at the California State Historical dedication of the childhood home of founding members Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson. Good Vibrations also performed with founding Beach Boy, Al Jardine, for a number of high profile shows, which included an appearance at the legendary Indianapolis 500.

Winter Texans can enjoy this memorial music at Llano Grande Resort, 2215 East West Blvd (Highway 83, then south on Mile 2 West to gate) in Mercedes. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Llano Grande Activities Office. To order and pay for tickets by phone, please call (956) 565-2228. For more information, contact Robert Ferguson at (574) 361-2947.

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