Tickets Now on Sale for the 2017 Big Bear Discovery Center Summer Concert Series.

By Susan A. Neufeld

Fawnskin, CA – Tickets are now on sale for the  Southern California Mountains Foundation, Season 12 Music in the Mountains, at Big Bear Discovery Center Amphitheater. The concert series begins June 24, 2017.

Tickets can be purchased at Tickets are also available at Big Bear Visitors Bureau, 630 Bartlett Road, Big Bear Lake, and at Big Bear Vacations, located at 41693 Big Bear Boulevard.

The series will feature the best classic rock and country tribute shows available nationally, with a six-show schedule. Season passes, premium tickets and general admission tickets are now on sale. Presenting sponsor, Big Bear Vacations, returns to support Season 12 of the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser. Programs sponsors are: Big Bear Vacations, Big Bear Visitors Bureau, Mitsubishi Cement Company, Mountain Top Recreation, Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden and First Mountain Bank.


Ticket prices represent all six concerts and are available on line. Each show will feature opening and headliner bands, with pricing presented below:

  • Adult premium seat                       $48
  • Teen Premium seat                        $ 38
  • Teen general admission (13-17)   $27
  • Adult general admission                $37
  • 12 and under free

Season passes for all six concerts are on sale at a discount for a premium season package at $265 and a general admission ticket package at $200.


Parking is not included but is available for purchase in a six-season package.

Premium parking in the Discovery Center lot is sold separately, on a first-come basis for all events, at $20 per vehicle, per event. Passes may be purchased on line, or at walk up locations while, supplies last.

Free parking will be available in the Meadows Edge trail head parking lot, located 1/4 mile west of the Discovery Center entrance. A free shuttle will run from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Handicap parking will be available at the Discover Center to limited number of cars on a first-come basis at no charge with a state-approved placard or a license plate on vehicle; thereafter, additional handicap parking will be available at $20 each vehicle subject to availability.


This event is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Southern California Mountain Foundation.

The Mountains Foundation’s mission to mobilize individuals to inspire and engage in environmental citizenship remains rock solid. They believe connecting communities to public lands is the key to their survival. They work to bridge the gap from declining public land agency budgets and add value to our local mountains through stewarding visitor experiences with the efforts of more than 700 trained trained volunteers. The proceeds will continue to fund six powerful programs; with focus on conservation, recreation, and education programs, many benefiting the Big Bear Valley.