Summer Concerts at The Grand Del Mar

Eva and Chris Gomez

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The Grand Del Mar kicked off its second annual Summer Concerts at The Grand, presented by BMW Encinitas, on July 14 with All-4-One, the group known internationally for hitting the charts and winning awards for their beautiful love songs like “So Much In Love” and “I Swear.”

The series will spotlight an array of musical talent —  from the folk rock tunes of Delta Rae to the Grammy Award-winning Steve Tyrell  — on Sundays through Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. in the resort’s Grand Ballroom.

Next up: Sunday, July 21: Delta Rae performs inspired four-part harmonies with a rich North Carolina soul. Their “Bottom of the River” song can be heard on the new trailer for season six of the HBO hit series True Blood.

For reservations, please call, toll-free, 1-877-814-8472; or book online at www.TheGrandDelMar.com; 5300 Grand Del Mar Way, San Diego, 92130.

-Photos/Jon Clark

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