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Summer In Calaveras Includes Music In The Parks

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The Calaveras Arts Council is ready to once again host the popular Music in the Parks series every Wednesday evening from June 13th through August 22nd.

Kathy Mazzaferro, Executive Director, was Thursday’s KVML “Newsmaker of the Day”.

The series of free Wednesday evening public concerts called “Music in the Parks,” features a variety of music styles, underwritten by local businesses and individuals. This Arts series remains the most popular weekly event throughout Calaveras during the Summer. Each concert is put on at a different location.

The upcoming schedule:

June 13
Town Square​
Blues, rock and roll

June 20
Brice Station Winery*
Nathan Ignacio
Folky alternative music
*No offsite alcohol permitted

June 27
Angels Camp
Utica Park
BluesBox Bayou
Cajun and zydeco swamp beat style

July 4
No Concert

July 11
Angels Camp
Camps Restaurant
Free Radicals
Jazz and big band swing

July 18
Mokelumne Hill
Shutter Tree Park*
Bill Welles Band
Folk and rock and roll

July 25
Mountain Ranch
Mountain Ranch Community Park
The Automatics
Blues, jump blues, rockabilly

August 1
West Point
West Point Elementary School
Magnolia Rhythm Trio
American folk, bluegrass
This will be at a school, so substance-free-zone rules apply – no alcohol or smokables on site.

Aug 8
San Andreas
Turner Park
Calaveras Community Band
Broadway, Americana

Aug 15
Valley Springs
Jenny Lind Veterans Memorial District Gazebo
Freight, with W. Grover Anderson and Jimbo Scott
Country swing, hillbilly jazz

Aug 22
Murphys Community Park
Larisa Bryski
Rock, folk, pop

The complete list of concerts can also be found at or call 209-754-1774.

The Calaveras County Arts Council is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation.

All of the proceeds from donations received during “Music in the Park” goes to support the many events and programs that the Council brings to Calaveras County.

The “Newsmaker of the Day” is heard each weekday morning at 6:45, 7:45 and 8:45 on AM 1450 and FM 102.7 KVML.