Music in the Park returns to Danville

DANVILLE – Get your dancing shoes shined up, Danville’s parks will be rocking all summer long as the popular Music in the Park outdoor music season returns for its 32nd year.

*From the Town of Danville:*

Residents will be able to enjoy these FREE concerts at Oak Hill Park and the Danville Town Green. Don’t forget to bring a blanket and lawn chairs to these family-friendly events and either bring a fun picnic dinner or grab some great eats during the Oak Hill Park concerts from the food trucks provided by Food Truck Mafia.


This year’s lineup includes:

Rachel Steele & Road 88
Saturday, July 8 at 6:00 p.m.

Oak Hill Park, 3005 Stone Valley Road

The award winning Country Rock artist Rachel Steele and her band, Road 88, always give audiences a high energy show that must be experienced live. The sassy singer/songwriter brings her pristine vocals and her A-game to every performance. By the way she works the stage, the crowd, and interacts with band members, it’s no surprise that she was named the Best Americana/Alternative Country performer at the Sacramento Area Music Awards.


Long Time
Saturday, July 22 at 6:00 p.m.

Oak Hill Park, 3005 Stone Valley Road

Northern California’s Premier Boston Tribute Band, Long Time delivers performances that capture the layered guitar harmonies and powerful vocals that make up the Boston sound. You’ll experience all of the most memorable hits, such as “More Than a Feeling,” “Peace of Mind,” and “Don’t Look Back.”


3Day Weekend
Saturday, August 5 at 6:00 p.m.

Town Green, 400 Front Street

This 10-piece party band plays crowd-pleasing tunes to get people dancing. Their broad-ranging styles encompass Motown, Funk, Rock, and Blues. They cover artists such as Aretha Franklin, Chicago, Amy Winehouse, Tower of Power, Ike and Tina, Stevie Wonder and more!


Saturday, August 20 at 6:00 p.m.

Oak Hill Park, 3005 Stone Valley Road

MANIA! is California’s Premier Beatles Tribute Band, capturing the imagination of both old and young with their attention to detail: from authentic Beatle instruments and costumes to the way they move, sing and play. Taking the audience from the youthful energy of The Ed Sullivan Show through the majesty of Pepperland and into the final days of the Beatles on the Abbey Road rooftop.

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