Forecast, with UC’s own Greg Pardue, Kicks Off Summer Concert Series Sunday, July 12


ForecastScripps Health has teamed up with Standley Park Recreation Council as a major sponsor for this popular outdoor summer concert series on the lawn of Standley Park, 3585 Governor Drive in University City (92122). Bring a picnic dinner and chairs or blanket and enjoy the outdoor concerts.

Sunday concerts from 5-7 pm:

– Sunday, July 12 – Forecast – Jazz Fusion – with UC’s own Greg Pardue

– Sunday, July 19 – Rifftide – Classic Rock & Top 40 – with UC’s own Jill Harvey

– Sunday, July 26 – Chini & Camberos – Latin/Flamenco/Jazz-Rock Fusion

– Sunday, August 2 – Relative Minors & Friends – Oldies – with UC’s own Greg Zinser

– Sunday, August 9 – Swamp Critters – Cajun

– Sunday, August 16 – Nitro Express – Country


Friday night concerts from 6-8 pm:

– Friday, August 21 – Teaser – Arena Rock – with UC’s own Rick Kern

– Friday, August 28 – Legends – 50’s & 60’s Oldies

Thank you to Scripps Health and to UCCA members; the Summer Concert Series is supported, in part, through UCCA membership dues.

Article was first published in the June UCCA newsletter; this post has been edited slightly for clarification.


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