Diablo Regional Arts Association | Events

a virtual 2020 series

Standing together to support our community through the arts

During this unprecedented global pandemic, the arts are critically important to our health and well-being. The Diablo Regional Arts Association is committed to continuing our support by safely connecting people in the community with the artists they love. Each of the artists we are highlighting in this upcoming virtual series has performed at the Lesher Center for the Arts and speaks cannot wait to return once live performances are safe again!

View the concerts in the following places:

DRAA Facebook Page

DRAA YouTube

City of Walnut Creek YouTube

Walnut Creek TV

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Friday, September 25th

At the crossroads of country and rock, Mark Mackay leads an evening with other big names from Nashville, including Bobby Boyd, Greg Barnhill, Chris Sligh, and CJ Solar.

Saturday, October 3rd

Featuring highly acclaimed musicians from across the globe, jazz star Sarah McKenzie will enrapture and remind us of the power of music.

Friday, November 20th

Building on the momentum of Kaiser Permanente College Notes, High School Notes will engage local students, directed and emceed by the Godfather of Modern A Cappella, Deke Sharon.

From workshops and classroom curriculum to performances and school assemblies, we have already made an impact on our community and we are thrilled to bring the arts to our region in an innovative, thoughtful, and healing manner through these performances. Thank you for tuning in!

Support your favorite local restaurants

While we may not be able to enjoy the arts together in person, we are excited to come together online for these concerts. Your support of the following series is all the more important, especially as we rally to support local restaurants. Please consider ordering takeout or delivery from your favorite local restaurants in our region while staying home to support and enjoy the arts!

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