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Music in the Park kicks off Sunday

The Music in the Park series is just around the corner.

Two days from now marks the commencement of the Music in the Park

concert series. The event is a playground and Mecca for mingling.

“It’s a great opportunity for the community to come together and

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enjoy the summer from a local perspective, casual wine and Brie with

some friends and solid tunes,” said Jeff Mourer avid concert-goer.

The series starts out with Buzzworld, a band known for its

traditional acoustic Celtic music.

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“Buzzworld, California’s premier Celtic-based acoustic and

electric band will be performing both contemporary and traditional

Celtic music with a driving rhythm,” said Sian Poeschl, city arts

coordinator.

On July 28, the concert series will be serving up blues with Reno

James, who has performed with greats such as Ray Charles, The Four

Tops, Johnny Otis and others.

That night, the park promises to be filled with a fine mix of

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blues and rhythm and blues.

Latino, rock and reggae head up August’s first band, Caravana.

They are known for their high-energy grooves and international sound.

“I look forward to starting a new family tradition with my husband

Joe,” said local Cynthia Jenkins.

The Music in the Park Series is courtesy of the city and Music in

the Park, Inc.

The concerts start at 5 p.m. every Sunday through Sept. 8 at

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Bluebird Park. They are free. The park is at Cress and Bluebird

canyon Drive. Information: (949) 497-0716. No pets.


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