Saturday, February 4, 2012

SoCal Tour: Day 4 Claremont, CA

Living Legends took over the Ontario Mills Mall. We got there bright and early so we literally were the only ones there. People kind of did a double take when they saw us dressed up in our warmups. We joked that we kind of looked like a professional soccer team. If anything, our matching outfits gave us an opportunity to talk to people about our show and the message that comes with it.

After the mall we headed to Scandia Adventure Park. A small family fun center that a local member of the church runs. We were fortunate enough to get in free of charge and we basically had the entire park to our selves. We rode on a rollercoaster, drove mini race cars, played mini golf, and tried our hand at the batting cages. It was so much fun!

The performance of the night was held at the Bridges Auditorium at Claremont College. The auditorium was absolutely beautiful! There were constellations painted on the top of the ceiling and the house seated over 1000 people. Dinner was held off site at the Rancho Cucamonga stake center the food was absolutely delicious so much so that the boys went back for seconds and thirds. red meat galore.

This performance was hosted by Lamanite Generation alumni, Terry Goedel, also known as my friend Eric's uncle! We got to meet his extended family and his presence was definitely felt. Also present at this show were two former members of the group who are currently serving their missions in Southern California. This show was my FAVORITE. Our green room before the show was such a spiritual experience for me and the crowd at the show responded to everything we did. I love when we have a good audience.


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