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    Downtown Pleasant Hill Announces FREE 2024 Summer Concert Series


    Date(s) - 07/18/2024
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Downtown Pleasant Hill


    Downtown Pleasant Hill is celebrating the onset of summer by announcing its Annual Summer Concert Series, which is a highly anticipated tradition that brings the community together to enjoy a variety of live musical performances in a festive, outdoor setting. 

    Held in the heart of Pleasant Hill at Crescent Drive Plaza in front of Jack’s Restaurant & Bar, this free concert series offers a fantastic opportunity for both locals and visitors to revel in the delightful ambiance of summer evenings filled with music.

    Running from June to September, the concert series features an eclectic lineup of bands that showcase a range of music genres, including R&B, soul, rock, and more. Each concert takes place on Thursday evenings, from 6:30-9:00pm, making it a perfect mid-week break to relax, unwind, and dance the night away. 

    2024 Line Up

    Thursdays from 7:00-9:00pm

    June 20th ~ East Bay Mudd (Classic Soul + R&B)

    July 18th ~ The Cheeseballs (Funk, Soul + R&B)

    August 15th ~ Andre Thierry (Accordian Soul)

    September 19th ~ Foreverland (Michael Jackson Tribute Band)

    In addition to the musical entertainment, the concert series also supports a festive atmosphere with a variety of dining and shopping options nearby. Local eateries and shops around Crescent Drive remain open during concert times, allowing attendees to grab a bite to eat or enjoy some shopping before or after the show.

    “The Downtown Pleasant Hill Summer Concert Series not only promotes community engagement but also boosts local business, creating a vibrant cultural and economic environment,” comments Brandi Hardy, Marketing Director for Downtown Pleasant Hill. She continues, “With its family-friendly appeal, the concerts are perfect for all ages, offering a delightful summer tradition that exemplifies the charm and spirit of Pleasant Hill.”

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