Apr 29, 2013 7:06 PM by Jeanette Trompeter
A summer tradition is about to get underway in Arroyo Grande's Heritage Square Park. The 8th Annual Village Summer Concert Series starts June 9th and offers nine free shows on alternating Sunday afternoons through September 22nd.
The line-up just announced features a wide variety of of genres ranging from jazz vocals to honky tonk country, patriotic concert bands to world beat drums and Broadway classics to 60's rock n' roll.
The line-up of sponsors and acts is posted below. For more information regarding the Village Improvement Association and the Village Summer Concert Series click here, or phone 805-773-4173.
2013 Arroyo Grande Village Summer Concert Series
Series Sponsor: Rabobank
Media Sponsors: KSMX, Tolosa Press and KSBY
June 9 - Cuesta Chamber Singers and Voce (jazz & pop vocals)
Featured Nonprofit (FNP): Heritage Square Park Restroom Project
June 23 - Swingin' Doors (classic honky tonk country and western swing)
FNP: Arroyo Grande American Cancer Society's "Relay for Life"
Concert Sponsor: Phillips 66
July 4 (Thur) - Village Band (patriotic concert band)
FNP: Arroyo Grande in Bloom
Concert Sponsor: Farrell Smyth Real Estate
July 14 - Unfinished Business (60's rock and roll)
FNP: Celebration Chorus
Concert Sponsor: Central Coast Industries
July 28 - Blues Society welcomes Burnin' James and the Funky Flames (funk and soul)
FNP: Lucia Mar Foundation for Innovation
Concert Sponsor: AG Rotary Club
August 11 - An Afternoon of Broadway Classics presented by Opera San Luis Obispo
FNP: Arroyo Grande Recreation Children Services
August 25 - SLO County Band, Celebration Chorus & Gold Coast Chorus (concert band and choral groups)
FNP: 5 Cities Homeless Coalition
Sept. 8 - Bucket Busting & Other World Beat Rhythms
FNP: AG Valley Harvest Fest
Concert Sponsor: Talley Farms Fresh Harvest Program
Sept. 22 - Inga Swearingen and Guy Budd (jazz, blues & pop singer-songwriters)
Concert Sponsor: Kendra H. Kimlinger, C.F.P. - Blakeslee & Blakeslee
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