As the weather turns cooler and Long Beach residents wrap themselves in a single scarf (if the bitter cold reaches below 75), the Que Sera, located on 7th St, recently announced their monthly concert lineup.
Instead of the usual indie pop music lineup, all of the performers will be dressed in costume and playing Halloween favorites. Boy Called Cute, Gorl Fieri, and Smooth Jas, as well as the house DJ, DJ Yawn; admission will be $5.00 at the door.
Que Sera and Quarantine Records, which signed the above-mentioned musicians, aggressively encourage audience members to dress up in costume to join into the festive spirit; despite the fact that the bands are well-known among all age groups, the Que Sera requires that attendees be at least twenty-one years old, and proper identification will be required at the door; to ensure the safety of both performers and audience members, a vaccination card or a negative COVID-19 test valid for 72 hours will be required.
I interviewed Tommy Olaes, lead vocalist of Boy Called Cute, on October 12th to get his views on the upcoming performance.
“I’m so excited to perform all dressed up with everybody,” Tommy stated. “Honestly, what’s really hyping me is we get to pretend to sing songs we wish we wrote!” Tommy Olaes, lead vocalist of Boy Called Cute was quoted stating.
If you can’t attend Friday night’s show, keep an eye on Instagram for updates from @boycalledcute, @gorl_fieri, @smoothjasisonline, @grandpayawn, and @quarantinerecords about future performances.
For more info, please visit their website here.
By Sofia Youngs
Twitter and IG : @_sofieyoungs_
Photo Credit : Tommy Olaes