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Smash Mouth Band on GLMFest flyer

01 March . 2019

6th Annual Goodyear Lakeside Music Festival

The 6th Annual Goodyear Lakeside Music Fest, commonly known as “GLMFest,” will return Saturday, April 27 from 4-9:30pm. Presented by the West Valley Arts Council in conjunction with the City of Goodyear, the free family event will feature headlining band Smash Mouth, along with multiple local bands and artists. As a presenting sponsor, Estrella by Newland is proud to welcome GLMFest back to its Lakeside Amphitheater.

Local bands and solo artists in multiple genres such as reggae, country, alternative, blues, and pop will perform throughout the evening. All performances lead up to Smash Mouth, the pop band behind hits like “All Star” and “Walkin’ On The Sun.”

4:00 – Walt Richardson and Friends / Reggae
5:05 – Rebel Heart / Country
6:10 – New Chums / Alternative
7:00 – Mike Eldred Trio / Blues
8:00 – Smash Mouth / 90s Pop

“GLMFest highlights a diverse range of music while bringing the Valley together to enjoy one of the best music events of the year,” said Bernadette Carroll, executive director of West Valley Arts Council. “The annual event continually builds upon our mission to grow a vibrant and connected arts and cultural community.”

GLMFest will also feature a variety of entertainment and activities perfect for all ages. The event will have an array of food trucks, a VIP tent, an interactive kids’ zone, and a beer and wine garden. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets to get comfortable while enjoying live music and taking in the beautiful lakeside views. For a chance to appear on Estrella’s social media pages, festival goers can capture their memories by taking photos and tagging #GLMFest.

The annual event draws more than 5,000 people to Goodyear from across the Valley to enjoy a fun-filled evening with family and friends. Both parking and admission are free. Adding to the festivities, GLMFest will be held in conjunction with the grand opening of Estrella’s newest village, Lucero. For more information about GLMFest, visit us here and follow #GLMFest on social media.
People gathered at Estrella park during music festival.

About West Valley Arts Council
The West Valley Arts Council (WVAC) was founded in 1969 when it was organized to create a broader, more inclusive vision of enriching the West Valley by growing a vibrant and connected arts and cultural community. WVAC has created a high quality of life for West Valley residents. As the only multi-disciplinary arts organization of its type and scope in the Valley, WVAC focuses on all disciplines of the arts and maintains a unique position in providing professional arts and culture offerings to the 1.6 million residents of the West Valley.

About City of Goodyear
Goodyear, Arizona has a diverse blend of amenities with abundant business, cultural, educational and entertainment resources. Today, the city’s population is more than 84,000 and features a highly educated and skilled workforce, just minutes from the heart of Downtown Phoenix. The low cost of doing business, robust transportation options, fiber connectivity and a lot of southwest charm create the right economic conditions to power any business. Goodyear is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing regions in the nation and spring training home to MLB’s Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds. Fortune 500 companies, including Amazon, Lockheed Martin, Ball, Dick's Sporting Goods, UPS, and Darden Restaurants have chosen Goodyear as the place to be.

About Estrella by Newland 
Estrella by Newland is a 20,000-acre planned mixed-use master-planned community located in the City of Goodyear, approximately 17 miles west of Phoenix. Estrella features more than 500 acres of parks and open space including 72 acres of lakes for boating and catch and release fishing, Starpointe and Presidio Residents Clubs, hiking trails, and basketball, volleyball, Pickleball and tennis courts. Estrella is also home to a Nicklaus-design championship golf course, The Golf Club of Estrella. The land use plan for Estrella calls for approximately 50,000 homes and about 1,600 acres of commercial space, with build-out anticipated for approximately 2032.

Newland, the largest private developer of planned residential and urban mixed-use communities in the United States, is the development manager for Estrella. With 50 years of experience, Newland and its affiliates have completed or have underway more than 140 diverse real estate developments, over 20 million square feet of commercial and retail space and 175,000 residential units in 14 states.