Kellye Huff is an international Top Ten recording artist who has been taking Southern California’s country scene by storm.
Kellye’s soulful voice, incredible range, and southern charm – teamed with amazingly talented musicians – have quickly made the Kellye Huff Band one of the most sought after country bands.
Kellye has been singing and performing all of her life. Starting off as a Christian artist, seven of Kellye’s songs broke the Top Ten on the music charts and her single “Anything” reached Number One.
A diverse artist, Kellye Huff has been featured in a movie with trumpet legend Phil Driscoll and her vocal talent can be heard on Elton John and the late Leon Russell’s collaborative album.
Enjoy fantastic views of Laguna Beach and Emerald Bay fireworks on Skyloft’s Roof Deck on Tuesday, July 4th!
Roof Deck tables
For reservations, call (949) 715-1550. Credit card will be required to hold table. See: Skyloft credit card authorization
- All Roof Deck seats will be on a reservation basis, from 6:00 p.m. forward, at $100 per table.
- A 48-hour cancellation policy applies. Your cancellation must occur on Sunday, July 2nd by 10:00 p.m. in order to receive a full deposit refund. Reserved seats are held for a 15 minute grace period beyond the reservation time.
- Standing room Roof Deck entry begins at 6:00 p.m. for $20.
Food and drink all day and night
The entire Skyloft restaurant will be operating normal hours on the 4th of July, 11 a.m. – close (approx 1:00 a.m.), with full menu offered before, during and after the fireworks show.
4th of July classics include the return of Chef Arthur’s famed turkey chili (yummmm), the best-selling Skyloft Cheeseburger, wings, shrimp shots and Skyloft’s popular California smoke ribs, brisket, fresh fish and more. For Skyloft reservations anywhere in the restaurant, call (949) 715-1550, and be sure to mention your name for your added VIP points.
If making reservations through Skyloft’s online Open Table, please note your name in the NOTES section.
Skyloft’s 4th of July welcomes phenomenal singer/songwriter/loop artist Joseph Ahola before and after the fireworks show. Click to see our complete July Live Music Calendar.
Shuttles available all day and evening for restaurant guests
- Mozambique (our sister restaurant) and Skyloft will be operating our large fleet of “Safe Ride” shuttles throughout the 4th of July day and evening, even after the Laguna trolleys stop operation at 7:00 p.m. for the rest of the evening.
- Shuttles are FREE for resort guests in Laguna Beach, Pelican Hill and Dana Point (The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, Monarch Beach Resort, Laguna Cliffs Marriott, Doubletree Doheny Beach), and also FREE for all individual riders within a 3-mile radius of Skyloft or Mozambique.
- Reasonable rates for pick up and drop off are offered to restaurant guests outside the 3-mile radius.
- Guests can shuttle to either of the restaurants to enjoy great food and drinks, and even consider visiting both restaurants on the same day. Call the Safe Ride Reservation Line at Mozambique, (949) 715-7777.
- Please note: While we’re able to (quite deftly) use “back” roads in Laguna to avoid traffic snarls, our shuttles might still get bogged in holiday/summer traffic. You might want to build that time in for your guests’ reservations.
A Virginia native, Rose moved to Los Angeles during the early 2010s. There, she found herself gravitating toward the sounds, stories, and swagger of country music, a genre that had been so prevalent back home. When an opportunity arose to open for LeAnn Rimes, Rose accepted the gig, performing in front of thousands of new fans and, in the process, laying the brickwork for the formation of her own country band.
You won’t find Honey County on any map. Launched in 2014, the group takes its name from a fictional place, a move that allows Rose and her two bandmates — Devon Jane and Katie Stump — to create their own landscape of story-driven country; modern, melodic pop; and punchy, guitar-fueled rock (an influence that’s strengthened by Jane, the trio’s lead guitarist, whose fretwork has landed her gigs with everyone from Keith Urban to Ceelo Green). The band wasted little time developing its audience in California and beyond, earning a spot on the HBO series True Blood with Honey County’s very first single, “Blood From a Stone,” and appearing as semi-finalists on VH1’s Make a Band Famous competition. Meanwhile, shows with artists like Chase Rice, Easton Corbin, David Nail, Clare Dunn, and Dylan Scott kept Honey County busy, adding history and heft to the band’s sound.