La Cañada Flintridge city officials are bringing back the popular Music in the Park Concert Series this summer, with 10 bands lined up for local residents to enjoy on Sundays at Memorial Park. Admission is free to all concerts.
The series will kick off at 3:30 p.m. on Monday, July 5 – national holiday because July 4 falls on a Sunday. Concerts will then move to their regular weekly time – from 6 to 8 p.m. – and continue every Sunday thereafter through Sept. 5, which is Labor Day weekend.
The wide variety of popular genres range from classic rock to reggae to soul.
The concert schedule will be:
July 5 – Captain Cardiac & the Coronaries (special start time 3:30 p.m.)
July 11 – Misplaced Priorities (classic rock)
July 18 – Steve Roth (tribute to Elvis Presley)
July 25 – The Jack Lantz Big Band
Aug. 1 – Hot August Nights (Neil Diamond songs)
Aug. 8 – FM Radio– “Every Style Along The Dial!”
Aug. 15 – The Funky Hippeez (disco/funk)
Aug. 22 – Upstream Music (reggae)
Aug. 29 – My Generation (tribute to the British Invasion)
Sept. 5 – Floyd & the Flyboys (soul rhythm and blues)
City officials that “to ensure an enjoyable experience for all, the following guidelines will be mandated at all concerts”:
Roping off areas is prohibited.
Umbrellas must be lowered during concerts.
Canopies only allowed at the back of the park.
Un-permitted solicitation is prohibited.
Dogs must be on leash.
“Bring a picnic basket, blankets and chairs to enjoy the live music and summer weather,” a city statement said. “Please note that all events are subject to guidelines established by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health. The City will not be requiring advance ticketing/registration or setting capacity limits for the concerts. Those who are not or cannot be vaccinated against COVID-19 are encouraged to continue to exercise caution and good judgement as physical distancing requirements and capacity limitation are removed.”