Saturday and Sunday of MUSIC IN THE FOREST
Sponsored by SLV Management, By the Glass Design, Galante Vineyards, PacRep


Music in the Forest
SLV Management present Music in the Forest Part II at the Forest Theater Oct. 22 & 23, 2022

Two Installments of Music!...

Oct 22, 2022 - 3:00PM - 6:30PM
Oct 23, 2022 - 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Outdoor Forest Theater, Carmel

SLV Management is proud to present two more installments of the Music in the Forest Series at the beautiful Forest Theatre in 
downtown Carmel- by-the-Sea.
Music in the Forest Part II takes place on Saturday
October 22 and will feature 3 talented local acts – 
Miranda Perl with Adam Astrup; River Voices; and Hayley
Jane - performing from 3 PM to 6:30 PM. 
On Sunday October 23 from 2 PM to 5 PM two popular Central
Coast blues bands – Red Beans & Rice and Chris Cain – will perform.

Wine Provided by Galante Vineyards – portion of the proceeds to be donated to Guitars Not Guns Monterey County Chapter.
• Tickets available at Tickets for Saturday are $25 (ticket and city service charges included) $15 for 18 and under
Hayley Jane’s performance is layered with raw intensity and linguistic prowess. She has a deeply emotive and highly magnetizing presence. Hayley derives her inspiration from a variety of styles, including 60s and 70s rock and pop, musical theatre, folk, blues, soul, psychedelic, funk and bluegrass. Just as varied are the many ways she can captivate an audience. Whether the concentrated potency of her solo acoustic performance, the explosive energy and movement of her full band shows or one of her theatrical performances, she always brings the charisma, humor and passion to move an audience. Her music has been praised by a wide range of musicians, producers and music lovers alike for successfully combining a diverse sound with clever, over-the-top lyrics and Vaudevillian-style storytelling. Hayley reawakes her audiences to the wild parts of themselves—great medicine for these modern times.
Hayley’s band includes veterans of the Monterey Peninsula music community including bassist Michael Chatfield (Red Beans & Rice, The Money Band, Ghost Tree, WildCard), Donnie Dickman on keyboards and vocals (Meez, Ghost Tree, George Lynch’s Lynch Mob, Kings of the Valley), drummer and vocalist Michael Kobrinsky (WildCard, Royal Crush, The Money Band) and Jerad Fox on lead guitar (Vintage Point, Neon City Limits).
River Voices began deep in the pandemic, when venues and theatres were closed and concern was high. Lyla Englehorn, Kate Faber and Jaqui Hope began by gathering in their backyards, outdoors, 6 feet apart, simply to sing – the activity that had given them the most joy all their lives, had suddenly become dangerous. There was no clear project in mind, no outcome, just a desire to express, to blend their voices, to tell stories. They met originally on the stage, as Lyla and Kate especially are longtime local actors and musical directors. Jaqui comes from the music scene, playing all our beloved local venues (and some dives) for decades. Talented local singer-songwriter Linda Arceo brought her driving rhythm guitar and deep love of the songs they had developed. Vera Marie Bridges, new to the area from Chico, jumped in and splashed around on violin and percussion elements. Together they make River Voices - like the sound you hear when you step into a cool stream, they hope it gives you the solace that they were seeking when they first connected.
Miranda Perl with Adam Astrup
Miranda Perl was born and raised in Monterey and is a veteran PacRep performer. She has performed lead roles in many productions on the peninsula including Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Annie in Annie, and most recently, Little Red in Into the Woods. As a recent graduate with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nothern Colorado Perl is thrilled to be back singing on the Monterey Peninsula.
Originally from Minnesota, Guitarist/Composer Adam Astrup has been active in the Minneapolis/St. Paul, Monterey, and Northern Colorado, jazz scenes. He has worked with artists such as Bruce Forman, Greg Gisbert, Matteo Sabattini, Gary Meek and Drew Zaremba as well as many others. Adam graduated from the University of Northern Colorado's jazz program in 2020. After graduating, Adam moved to Monterey, California. Adam has performed at venues such as The Dakota Jazz Club, The Royal Room, The Iowa City and Twin Cities Jazz Festivals, Jazz Central, The Black Dog Café, and Dazzle Jazz Club. Adam is a versatile guitarist who is comfortable in jazz, blues, funk and pop styles. Adam is an active performer in the Monterey area.

Venue Information 

 To make your theater going experience more pleasant, we encourage you to arrive early and to please bear in mind the following:
  • Theatrical performances at the Outdoor Forest Theater's seating begins ninety minutes prior to show time. Parking is limited, and there is no reserve seating, so dress warmly and arrive early!
  • You are allowed to bring food and drink (including alcohol) into the venue to be enjoyed from your seats; Concessions will also be on sale.
  • Only licensed service animals are allowed into the venue. Please have your printed license ready to show box office personnel.
  • For patron convenience, a passenger drop off area is in the main parking lot. Guests, picnic supplies, blankets and cushions can be dropped off prior to parking your car.
  • Parking is recommended on Mountain View, and on Junipero Street (a 10 minute walk down Mountain View).
  • There are no refunds once tickets are purchased. Tickets may be exchanged for alternate performances (subject to availability) by contacting the Box Office, at least 24 hours prior to the original performance date. With the exception of Flexpass holders, ticket exchanges will incur a per ticket fee of $3.00.
  • While PacRep is taking measures to enhance the safety of our visitors, performers, and employees, an inherent risk of exposure to and infection with COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present, and a visit to the Forest Theater may still pose a risk to your safety. By visiting the Forest Theater, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. PacRep reserves the right to ask any patron to leave the premises.


From Highway 1:
Take the Ocean Avenue exit, and continue past the first stop sign for two blocks.
Turn left onto Santa Rita Street and continue one block to the bottom of the hill.
The entrance gate is to the left, at the intersection of Santa Rita & Mountain View
From Downtown Carmel:
Proceed up Ocean Ave. to the intersection of Ocean, Junipero St., and Mountain View Ave.
Veer right onto Mountain View, and continue for 3 blocks. 
You will see the Forest Theater gate to the left, at the intersection of Santa Rita & Mountain View

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