Who's going to Long Beach Pride? It's a stretch to say people will be out there for the music, since it's definitely a rolypoly mix of people who were famous in the late '80s and people who didn't make it to the American Idol finals, but there are definitely some gems. Find out who's going to be there after the jump.
, the fourth place finalist on the eighth season ofAmerican Idol
is headlining, but if you want to remember 1989,When in Rome
(orA Flock of Seagulls
!) is your best bet. Pop singerErika Jayne
is being touted as the next Barbie-pop sensation, and her songs have been remixed by people such as DJ Escape & Johnny Vicious.
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Here's the schedule for Saturday:
3:15pm- SGI-USA Myo On Taiko
3:55pm- San Diego Kings Club
4:40pm- Century Blue Project
5:25pm- Niko Jaquez
6:05pm- When in Rome
6:50pm- Dreamgirls Revue
7:25pm- Amanda Perez
8:10pm- Divine Brown
9:00pm- A Flock of Seagulls
Here's the schedule for Sunday:
3:35pm- Thrill the World Dance Group
4:10pm- Daryl Walter
4:45pm- Gabe Lopez
5:10pm- Donovan Marcelle
5:45pm- Billy Dortch
6:15pm- Dreamgirls Revue
6:55pm- The Ones
7:30pm- Board Intros
7:50pm-("Diva Dynasty" Martha Wash, Crystal Waters, Linda Clifford)
8:55pm- Allison Iraheta
Long Beach Pride will be held May 15 & 16, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., along Shoreline Drive. Tickets are $20.