Concerts at the Cove under way

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The City of Solana Beach and Belly Up Tavern launched its summer Concerts at the Cove on June 21 at Fletcher Cove Park with a performance by Michael Tiernan.

The Calypso Boy Band will perform June 28, followed by Billy Watson on July 5; Chase Morrin, July 12; the Symphony Brass Quintet, July 19; Kevin Miso, July 26; Mike Mydral, Aug. 2; Nate Donnis, Aug. 9; Kevin Martin, Aug. 16; and the Bayou Brothers, Aug. 30. The Aug. 30 performer is yet to be determined.

Photos: Jon Clark

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