Concerts at the Cove kick off

Concerts at the Cove are back for the second summer for the entire family to enjoy a picnic dinner at sunset while listening to live jazz, blues and folk music.

Musicians will perform at Fletcher Cove Park from 6 to 8 p.m. every Thursday through Aug. 20.

Family and friends are encouraged to bring low-back beach chairs, ground covers and picnics. Dogs, alcohol, smoking and personal barbeques are not permitted. The free concert series is organized by the City of Solana Beach and the Belly Up Tavern.

For more information, go to or call 720-2453.

The lineup
- July 2
Chase Morrin

- July 9
Nate Donnis

- July 16
Lee Coulter

- July 23
Third Coast Jazz

- July 30
Joe Wood

- Aug. 6
Michael Tiernen

- Aug. 13
Tyler Hardwick

- Aug. 20
Taryn Donath

Related posts:

  1. Cash’d Out Christmas comes to Belly Up
  2. Concerts are a draw for families
  3. Cinco de Mayo celebration set
  4. Hands On Cedros grand reopening celebrated
  5. Music Listing

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