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Friday Night Concert in the Park, see Debora Iyall here

Friday Nights Concert in the Park

Join fellow music lovers and The Sacramento Press at Cesar Chavez Plaza for Friday Night Concert in the Park

This week’s show kicks off at around 5 p.m. and runs until 9 p.m.

The action starts with glam rock and Brit pop influenced Breaking Glass, followed by popular Sacramento alt rock duo The Generals, then a set by the indescribable chamber rock ensemble Exquisite Corpse. Headlining the evening is dynamic solo artist Debora Iyall, former lead singer of new wave innovaters Romeo Void.

Located between Ninth and 10th and I and J streets, this free, all-ages outdoor concert series will run every Friday until Aug. 12. See a full schedule of this season’s lineup here.

Remember, street parking can be a challenge. If you want to avoid hunting for a spot or parking blocks away from the action, parking is available at the City Hall Garage (10th and I) for $5 after 5 p.m.

In it’s 20th year, Friday Night Concerts in the Park remains the best way to start off our warm summer weekends and showcase Sacramento’s vibrant music scene.

Friday Night Concerts in the Park attracts huge crowds of music lovers from all walks of life. Bring the whole family and enjoy an inexpensive summer evening full of fantastic live music, interesting vendors and delicious food stands. The ever-popular beer garden provides some of the best people-watching of the summer season.

To add to the fun, the Downtown Sacramento Partnership has launched a new SCVNGR Trek for the Concerts in the Park. Download the SCVNGR app before you head out to the show so you can play the “Friday Night Concerts” trek. Complete the challenges to earn points all season long for a chance to win prizes each week.

Stop by the Sacramento Press booth and sign up for our weekly newsletter and weekly local events page, Go.See.Do. You can even rent a blanket to sit on while you watch the bands. All blanket rental proceeds will be donated to charity.

If you can’t make the show, The Sacramento Press will also be live-streaming video of each band’s performance, which can be found in this article on the day of the show:

Come by and check out the festivities!

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