Wednesday, October 21, 2020

2019 Summer Concert in the Park Schedule

CORONADO PROMENADE CONCERTS RELEASES 2019 SCHEDULE

The Coronado Promenade Concerts Board of Directors today unveiled a 16-concert schedule for 2019. With musical acts ranging from classic rock to Latin jazz to soul and country, the series will deliver a variety of styles, all designed to fit the comfortable and exquisite setting of Spreckels Park. This year’s summer concert series runs from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend with  concerts every Sunday. New this year – the first concert on May 26th will feature the Coronado  Concert Band starting at 4:30pm followed immediately by Crown Town with Matt Heinecke at  6:15pm.

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“We’re exceptionally proud of this year’s schedule. There are nine new bands, four local bands, Navy Band Southwest and a couple of fan favorites,” said Board President Cathy Brown. “Once again we have great dance bands and a couple of fantastic tribute bands.”

The music is made possible by the generosity of sponsors, donors and advertisers to the Coronado Promenade Concerts organization and by the City of Coronado, which furnishes and maintains the wonderful Spreckels Park venue.

DATESTARTSPONSORSHIPBAND
5/26/20194:30pmCity of CoronadoCoronado Concert Band
*6:15pmCalifornia American WaterCrown Town
6/2/20196:00pmCMG FinancialSensation Show Band
6/9/20196:00pmCoronado Chamber of CommerceNavy Band Southwest
6/16/20196:00pmCoronado Pediatric DentistryThe Lao Tizer Band
 Linda & Rich Hascup
6/23/20196:00pmWillis Allen Real EstateSmith Band
6/30/20196:00pmBungalow 56  & Nicolls Design BuildRon’s Garage
7/7/20196:00pmCoronado Real Estate AssociationBee Gees Gold
7/14/20196:00pmMadhu AroraLA AllStars
7/21/20196:00pmRotary Club of CoronadoIn MidLife Crisis
7/28/20196:00pmSwinerton Renewable EnergyStone Soul
8/4/20196:00pmSteve Pittendrigh and KarenBNE & Guest
Greenberg & Others TBA
8/11/20196:00pmCalPrivate BankSully & the Souljahs
8/18/20196:00pmCoronado Woman’s ClubLas Chikas & Iliana Rose
Coronado Junior Woman’s ClubLatin Dance
8/25/20195:00pmDr ElectricBeta Maxx & Donor Reception Day
9/1/20195:00pmThe Auen FoundationMighty Untouchables
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