The Sounds of Summer: Fun in the sun

Upcoming Schedule:
- July 19: Sage Canyon Park – Corvettes (Best of the 50′s and 60′s)
- July 26: Solana Highlands Park – Upstream (Reggae)
- August 2: Sage Canyon Park -Atomic Groove (Variety Dance Band

For more information, visit http://www.cvsd.com/

Related posts:

  1. Summer concerts kick off
  2. Annual event raises funds for Torrey Pines High
  3. Camp Notes
  4. Summer brings ‘Star Trek’ exhibit, free outdoor films
  5. Summer Organ Festival opens with Jared Jacobsen, chorus

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