The Valley Cultural Foundation has announced the line-up for their free Summer Concerts in the Park season. This is their 48th year of free concerts in Warner Park.
Concerts are held on Sunday afternoons beginning at 5:30 pm, with an opening act from Valley Cultural Foundation’s Emerging Artists Showcase performing original work. The headline act will begin at approximately 6:30 pm continuing to 8:15 pm.
Opening night is Sunday, June 18, with The Soul Band, while June 25 brings Dr. Wu, a tribute to Steely Dan. That is also a “Youth Weekend” showcasing kid vendors.
The July 4 extravaganza (the only concert not held on a Sunday) will put Beach St. A Gogo on stage, along with a fireworks show sponsored by Councilman Bob Blumenfield.
Sunday, July 9, showcases This Was It – a tribute to Michael Jackson, and July 16 attendees can enjoy The Remotes as they are L.A.’s only TV-theme song tribute band. Remember and sing along!
July 23 is a returning favorite to the park as Queen Nation brings their tribute to Queen.
24K Magic will bring a tribute to Bruno Mars on July 30, and August 6 will be one big Funk Fest.
August 13 another favorite returns to the park with DSB – a tribute to Journey. August 20 Linda and Friends sings the songs of Linda Ronstadt.
Finishing up the concert season August 27 will be The Long Run – a tribute to the Eagles.
Food trucks and food booths will return this summer providing a wide variety of assorted foods and flavors that will entice most everyone’s taste buds. Check out the booths, as they will be handing out surprises and discounts to some of their customers.
All season there will also be vendor booths throughout the park providing information on their companies and organizations.
Valley Cultural Foundation’s entire schedule of free programming and events is updated often and can be found on its website by visiting www.valleycultural.org, or by calling the hotline at (818) 888-0822.
Warner Park (at the Lou Bredlow Pavilion) is located at 21820 Califa Street, Woodland Hills, CA 91367. Parking for concerts is available for a $15 donation in the adjacent parking structure located directly behind the stage on Califa Street, accessible on Califa between Topanga and Owensmouth.
Valley Cultural Foundation will also be screening free movies in the park kicking off in August!
Founded in 1975, Valley Cultural Foundation’s mission is to provide live entertainment programs and events in the arts, embracing diversity of talent, community and business throughout the San Fernando Valley. For more information, contact Valley Cultural Foundation at (818) 704-1358 or visit www.valleycultural.org.