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Sunnyvale Concerts in the Park Featuring The Megatones
June 15, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The City of Santa Clara’s Concerts in the Park series offers free performances at Central Park Pavilion. The series is sponsored by the City’s Cultural Advisory Commission. Enjoy a beautiful evening in the park. Bring a blanket to sit on and a picnic dinner! All ages are welcome. The City of Santa Clara’s Concerts in the Park series offers free The Friday night concert series are sponsored by the City Cultural Commission.
About The Megatones
For almost 20 years now, The Megatones have delivered their unique dance medleys of contemporary rock classics to groovin’ guys ‘n gals throughout Northern California. Their crystal vocal harmonies, ripping solos, and compelling beats keep everyone dancing and their diverse range includes rock, blues, reggae, modern, house, and R&B. You never know what they’ll play next, only that their energy will pull you to the dance floor once again.
About Central Park
Central Park is a beautiful 52 acre park along Saratoga Creek. The area west of Saratoga Creek contains group and individual picnic facilities, children’s play area, public restrooms, amphitheater, parking, two lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, the Veterans Memorial, and a 30,000 square foot Community Recreation Center, which is the hub of the City’s recreation programs.
East of the creek is the world famous George F. Haines International Swim Center, Bob Fatjo Sports Center which includes the Tony Sanchez Field, a second lighted softball field, the Santa Clara Tennis Center with 8 lighted tennis courts and practice wall, open space, a lake, large group picnic areas, parking, public restrooms, a lawn bowling green, exercise course, and the Central Park Library.
57 U.S. flags are flown on designated holidays at the front of Central Park along Kiely Blvd. This display of flags is also replicated on holidays in front of the City cemetery with 21 additional flags. Collectively, these two flag displays are referred to as the City of Santa Clara’s “Avenue of Flags.”