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|Anaheim To Start The Summer On A High Note With Free Concerts In The Park|
ANAHEIM, CA - (July 1, 2011) - Anaheim’s free summer Concerts in the Parks events begin Friday, July 8, and will offer a variety of music genres for the entire family to enjoy. The concerts will take place according to the schedule below, at Twila Reid Park (3100 W. Orange Ave.) and Ronald Reagan Park (formerly Toyon Park, 945 S. Weir Canyon Rd.). Each concert will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Residents are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and/or blankets. Not only will there be free music, the Concerts in the Park summer night series will also feature gourmet food trucks, free games and children’s activities.
The schedule and line-up is as follows –
Twila Reid Park -
Ronald Reagan Park -
For more information on the concerts, please call (714) 765-5263.
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