Live music, food trucks, and beer usually make for a good time – and Friday night was no exception in Old Town La Quinta.
The “19th Hole Golf Party” seemed, at least to my eyes, to be a pretty big success. Loads of people made it out to Old Town (which really seems like it was built for these kinds of things), with what looked like a pretty good mix of locals and tourists (easy to spot with their Tommy Bahama shirts and visors).
Now, I am not sure if the event needed 3 stages, especially since the sound of each act would “battle” each other in the center of the plaza, but the performances were a pretty good mix of live bands and DJs – one of which took time out from bounty hunting in a galaxy far, far away:
And one little dude, in particular, just loved it!
It was nice to see an event designed to bring the entire community together – and this one really seemed to do just that. Young, old, snowbird, tourists, and locals alike all seemed to enjoy the music, food, and beverages – and getting in to it was free!
Props to the organizers behind the event. Hopefully they do this kind of thing more often.