August might be the last time this summer for the summer concerts, most of which will take place between 6:30 – 8:30 pm, except where noted. It is recommended to bring your own picnic baskets and lawn chairs, however for those who prefer, food will be on sale. Blankets, sweaters and other warm clothing is recommended as the evening can be cool after the sun sets.
1. Woodbridge Community Center,
20 Lake Rd,
The free summer concerts take place on Sundays at 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., and gourmet food trucks will will be there to sell food at these events:
Aug 4 – popular classic rock, ‘Southland Mega Groove
Aug. 11 – Lue Breeze, Soul, Funk and Mowtown favorites
2. Crown Valley Community Park Amphitheatre
29751 Crown Valley Parkway
Laguna Niguel, Calif
On Friday night, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.the concerts will include a variety of music, such as classic rock, tribute bands, and swing. There will also be a free shuttle from the city hall to the park. Get friends and family together and come enjoy the last two free concerts.
Aug. 9 – Hapa, Contemporary Hawaiian
Aug. 23 – Tommy Tassi & The Authentics, 50’s/60’s Rock N Roll
3. Fullerton Sports Complex
560E Silver Pine St
Wednesday nights is a good time to enjoy the last of this summers free concerts, start at 6:30 p.m., There is even one still available in July.
July 31 – Bubba and the Big Bad Blues
Aug. 7 – Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys
Aug. 14 – Ronny and the Classics
4. Eisenhower Park
Ocean Ave. & Main St
Seal Beach, Calif
The Seal Beach Chamber will be having the last of their free Wednesday night concerts in Eisenhower Park, at the foot of the Seal Beach Pier, from 6 – 8 p.m. Here is another with a July concert date.
July 31 – Cliff Wagner and the Old No.7
Aug. 7 – Chris Anderson group
Aug. 14 – The Debonaires
Aug. 21 – Aloha Radio
5. Eastgate Park
12001 St Mark St
Garden Grove, Calif
Lawn chairs are recommended as no EZ Ups or golf carts will be allowed, food will be on sale, or bring your own picnic basket, and do not forget to bring somethiong to keep warm, as it cools down after 6:30 p.m.
Aug. 1 – The Funky Hippeez, 70s/Disco
Aug. 8 – The Answer, Classic Rock to Today’s Hits
Aug. 15 – Stone Soul, Motown/Blues Rock
6. Central Park
7821 Walker Street
La Palma, Calif
The City of La Palma, Community Activities & Beautification Committee will be having the last of their free Saturday night concerts in August starting at 6:30 p.m. Besides the concerts there will be food trucks and kids activities.
Aug. 3 – The Reflexx- 80’s New Wave Band
Aug. 10 – Stone Soul- Rock & Soul Band
Aug. 17 – Gregory Wolfe- Tribute to Rod Stewart
7. Hart Park Band Shell
Off the 22 Fwy.at Glassell St
Free concerts are on Wednesday nights, from 7 – 8:30 p.m., during this time a local non-profit group will have food for sale. No alcohol or pets will be permitted in the park, but remember your chairs and warm clothing. Come and enjoy with friends and family.
Aug. 7 – Raymond Michael, A Tribute to Elvis
Aug. 14 – Swing Cats Big Band, Big Band Swing Orchestra
Aug. 21 – Southbound and Company, Classic Rock
Aug. 28 – Stone Soul, Classic Soul & Motown
8. Central Park
30842 La Miranda
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif
These free concerts take place on Sundays from 6 – 8 p.m. Bring your own picnic baskets, or visit one of the local restaurants before the concerts, as no food will be on sale in the park.
Aug. 4 – The Silverados – contemporary country
Aug. 11 – Stone Soul – Motown New!
9. Tri City Park
2301 N. Kramer Blvd.
Placentia’s Cultural Arts Commission will have their last free summer concerts, Thursday evenings starting at 6:30 p.m, which will also include food vendors at each event.
Aug. 1 – The Placentia Symphonic Band, the concert band with homegrown talent, from Renaissance to contemporary
Aug. 8 – Upstream, Steel drum, Reggae and Calypso
10. San Clemente, north of the pier, is where the two August concerts on the beach takes place from 6 p.m. to sunset. Sitting on the sand, listening to live music and seeing the sun sinking into the ocean, is there a better way to enjoy a Thursday night in August.
Aug. 8 – Mark Wood Parrot Head, Tribute to Jimmy Buffet
Aug. 22 – World Anthem, Reggae
Remember to bring something warm as nights are cool near the ocean. For more information call the recreation division (949) 361-8264.