Leucadia’s ‘Summer Fun on the 101’

“Tropical Breeze” and hula dancers from the Moonlight Beach Ukelele Strummers

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The Leucadia 101 Main Street Association presented “Summer Fun on the 101: Leucadia’s Music Festival” June 27-28. Summer Fun on the 101 returned with a lineup of internationally-acclaimed local musicians, an art show, a beach cleanup, beer garden, activities for kids and more.

Inspired by the young Encinitas talent at May’s Battle of the Bands, the Leucadia 101 Main Street Association is working with the Paul Ecke Central PTA to donate a percentage of the event’s proceeds towards the Paul Ecke Central PTA music education programs. Visit http://www.leucadia101.com. Photos by Jon Clark.

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