News Release

Summer Concert Series Returns to Temple City Park

Free weekly concerts kick off June 19, with 10 performances scheduled through August. 

TEMPLE CITY, CA (May 23, 2019)—One of Temple City’s most anticipated traditions, the annual summer concert series, returns on Wednesday, June 19, with a kick-off performance from rock ’n’ roll tribute band Electric Vinyl.

Weekly performances in the 23rd-annual series will continue on Wednesday evenings through Aug. 21. All shows are free and scheduled to begin promptly at 7 p.m. at Temple City Park’s iconic Performing Arts Pavilion.

Rounding out 2019’s slate of performers are acts representing a broad spectrum of genres, from classic rock to country music. Fan favorites returning to take the pavilion’s stage include Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute act Fortunate Son (June 26) and best-of-Motown band Stone Soul (July 24).

Food and drinks will be available for purchase at the venue. Guests should plan to arrive early with their own blankets and chairs, as performances typically draw more than 1,500 concertgoers.

The full schedule is as follows, although all performances are subject to change:

June 19               Electric Vinyl (Rock ’n’ roll hits of the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s)

June 26               Fortunate Son (Best of Creedence Clearwater Revival)

July 3                  The Answer (Classic rock)

July 10                Neon Nation (80s favorites)

July 17                Raymond Michael (Best of Elvis Presley)

July 24                Stone Soul (Motown)

July 31                Silverados (Top country hits)

August 7             Sgt. Peppers (Best of the Beatles)

August 14           DSB (Best of Journey)

August 21           Hot August Nights (Best of Neil Diamond)

The 2019 summer concert series is made possible by the contributions of generous sponsors including Golden State Water Co., Transtech, Longo Toyota, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and U.S. Rep. Judy Chu.

No smoking, alcohol or dogs will be permitted in the concert area. For more information, please call (626) 579-0461.

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