Celebrate the music this summer at the “Hollywood Bowl of the Foothills,” where fun, music, and food coexist side by side.
By Jessica Woo
This is the only concert series in the entire San Gabriel Valley that’s produced without the benefit of being a City. Bring the family, bring a picnic and enjoy the musical evening under the stars at the 22nd Annual Summer Concert Series at Farnsworth Park in Altadena. The season with Kenny Sara and the Sounds of New Orleans who have been regulars at the Downtown Disney’s Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen for more than a decade.
And once again, Altadena Rotary Club will be selling beer, wine and water from the ground floor of the Davies Building, and El Patron will sell a limited menu from their restaurant at the top of the Amphitheater.
2018 Farnsworth Summer Concert Series Schedule
The Rotary Club of Altadena in Association with The Sheriff’s Support Group of Altadena present:
- July 7: Kenny Sara & the Sounds of New Orleans
- July 14: Susie Hansen Latin Band
- July 21: Lisa Haley & the Zydekats (Americana/Cajun)
- July 28: Mary Jane’s Last Dance (Tom Petty Tribute)
- August 4: Déjà Vu (Rock & Roll Dance)
- August 11: Upstream (Steel Drum Reggae and Soca)
- August 18: Greg and the Gallows (Country/Americana)
- August 25: The Blue Breeze Band (Motown, R&B, Soul, & Funk)
- September 8: Who’s Next (Tribute to The Who)
Farnsworth Summer Concerts 07/07/2018 - 08/08/2018 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Free. Location Farnsworth Park
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