Puente Hills Concerts in Park set in Schabarum Park in Rowland Heights

Summer concerts will be held 7-9 p.m. Tuesday nights until Aug. 12 at Peter F. Schabarum Regional Park, 17250 E. Colima Road, Rowland Heights. Admission and parking are free. Food, beverages and desserts are available.

Upcoming concerts will feature: July 15, Hot August Night with Dean Colley, a Neil Diamond tribute band; July 22, Vaud and the Villains, a 19-piece 1930s New Orleans orchestra and cabaret; July 29, Beatles vs. Stones — A Musical Shootout featuring tribute bands Abbey Road and Jumping Jack Flash; Aug. 5, Cold Duck, one of Southern California’s premier dance bands; Aug. 12, Three Mo’ Tenors featuring 10 styles of music from opera, to jazz, to Broadway and more.

For more information, visit www.concertsinthepark.com or call 626-854-5560.

Big band opens the Puente Hills Concerts in the Park

 

708_Manny_Glass_BandThe Manny Glass  big band orchestra began the Puente Hills Concerts in the Park series last night in Schabarum Park. The orchestra played patriotic music to celebrate the Fourth of July. They are also known for playing popular tunes from the 40′s big band era.

This summer’s lineup of musicians is sure to offer something for everyone! The series will offer new bands and sounds, as well as bringing back the year-to-year favorites!

Be sure and leave Tuesday nights open from 7 to 9 p.m. on your calendar this summer - you won’t want to miss a moment of the fun!

Concerts in Park begin July 2 in Rowland Heights

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The summer will be filled with the sound of music in Rowland and Hacienda Heights. Puente Hills Concerts in the Park begins its season with a “Salute to America” on July 2. Concerts are held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays in Schabarum Regional Park.

“We have a 45-piece orchestra for our Fourth of July show. The Sounds of Cypress are a great band,” said Martha House, president of the nonprofit group. “Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy our shows.”

The concerts under the stars have become a big summer draw. Admission and parking are free. The fun events are supported by the Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation Department as well as Supervisor Don Knabe.

Read more in Rich Irwin’s story CONCERTS.