Free concerts set to rock Redwood City this season

Free summer concerts, sponsored by in alliance with civic and private organizations, will be under way soon. Here’s the schedule of events. For details, visit www.redwoodcityevents.com.

MUSIC ON THE SQUARE

Shows are Fridays from from 6 to 8 p.m. in Courthouse Square on Broadway.

May 30 — Tom Rigney & Flambeau

June 6 — Mazacote

June 13 — Pure Ecstasy

June 20 — Freesound

June 27 — Tempest

July 11 — Zoostation

July 18 — Madison Blues Band

July 25 — Handful of Luvin

Aug. 1 — The New Morty Show

Aug. 8 — Cocktail Monkeys

Aug. 15 — Sun Kings

Aug. 22 — Skynnyn Lynnyrd Reloaded

Aug. 29 — California Cowboys

Sept. 5 — Evolution

Sept. 12 — Aja Vu

Sept. 19 — La Ventana

Sept. 26 — Unauthorized Rolling Stones

Oct. 3 — Ze Bop

SOUNDS OF THE SHORES

Shows are Thursdays at 6 p.m. in Marlin Park in Redwood Shores.

June 26 — Blue

July 10 — Morris LeGrande Band

July 24 — High n’ Tight

Aug. 7 — Akira Tana

MUSIC IN THE PARK

Shows are Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. in Stafford Park, King Street and Hopkins Avenue.

June 25 — Andy Z & the Andyland Band

July 2 — Zydeco Flames

July 9 — The Refugees

July 16 — Still Time

July 23 — Busta Groove

July 30 — Mark Russo and the Classy Cats

Aug. 6 — Houston Jones

Aug. 13 — The Groovekings

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