PASADENA, CA - Walter Ino, of the rock band
(Eye of The Tiger) and lead online judge in the
Pasadena Educational Foundation's Battle of the Bands, announced the 5 finalists in the teen music competition via a video announcement. The musical journey began with 21 bands but will end with only one winner at the
3rd Annual Rock 4 PEF Music Festival on Saturday, November 5 at Levitt Pavilion Pasadena, beginning at 5PM (gates open at 4PM).
View the announcement here:
All 12 bands that competed in the online semi-finalist phase, including 55 young musicians from throughout the San Gabriel Valley, will perform at the
Rock 4 PEF Music Festival along with the Indie-tropical band
Feli and the LemonShakers. The festival features great music, food trucks, photo booth, activities, and more.
Rock 4 PEF supports music programs for the more than 17,000 students in the public schools of Pasadena, Altadena, and Sierra Madre. Admission is free. Suggested donation $10.
Feli and the LemonShakers
met at the Los Angeles College of Music in Pasadena. The band features a unique mixture of nationalities and musical backgrounds that promises to whisk you away into a bright tropical world filled with the band's world music beats. Concert-goers should feel free to bring their dancing shoes along with their blankets and chairs. Dancing is most definitely encouraged.
The teen Battle of the Bands winner and two runners-up will be the featured acts at Pasadena's premier all-ages club, No Future Café. The winner will also receive a professional photo shoot and band picture from The Unexpected Portrait.
Rock 4 PEF is supported by Scholarshare, The Helen and Will Webster Foundation, Toyota of Pasadena, Parsons, Berkshire Hathaway Realtor Kelly Bradley, The Unexpected Portrait, Con Cariño Inc., Los Angeles College of Music, Altadena Academy of Music, Pasadena Conservatory of Music, Podley Properties, Tournament of Roses Association, and Blaze Pizza.