2017 Summer Concerts in Standley Park

Summer 2017 is just around the corner and so are University City’s annual summer concerts at Standley Park. This year’s series has 8 concerts with a variety of musical styles.

As in recent years, the concert committee has made an effort to include as many professional bands with local UC residents that we know of. Come out to hear your favorites and also check out some of the musical genres you’re not as familiar with.

Every band is one of the best in San Diego at their musical style. Hopefully there’s something for almost everyone. We look forward to seeing you this summer.

  • Sunday, July 9 – Forecast–Jazz Fusion with UC Resident Greg Pardue Celebrating Their 40th Anniversary
  • Sunday, July 16 – Baja Bugs–Beatles Tribute Band
  • Sunday, July 23 – Rifftide–Classic Rock – with UC Resident Jill Harvey
  • Sunday, July 30 – Full Strength Funk Band–soul and R&B – with UC Resident Pamela Gallo
  • Sunday, August 6 – Relative Minors and Friends–Classic Rock – with UC Resident Greg Zinser
  • Sunday, August 13 – Teaser– Arena Rock – with UC Resident Rick Kern
  • Friday, August 18 – Sully and the Blue Eyed Soul Band–Soul and R&B – with Radio & TV Host Bob “Sully” Sullivan
  • Friday, August 25 – The Legends Show Band– 50’s and 60’s oldies

All concerts are at Standley Park, 3583 Governor Drive, University City, 92122
All concerts are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather.

  • Sunday concerts are from 5 to 7 PM
  • Friday concerts are from 6 to 8 PM

For more information contact the SPRC President and the Concert Committee:

For related posts, visit http://www.universitycitynews.org/category/parks-recreation-dept/

For information about the 2016 Summer Concert Series, visit http://www.universitycitynews.org/2016-summer-concerts-in-standley-park/

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