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Get Down With 80's Funk At Summer Concert

July 19, 2017 |
The Garden Grove Community Foundation is keeping it real this Thursday, July 20, at the free Summer Concert Series. Jeri Curl is set to bring down the house with 80’s funk and tributes to the late Michael Jackson and Prince. The band takes the stage at 6:30 p.m., at Eastgate Park, 12001 St. Mark Street.

Arrive early, at 6:00 p.m., to watch the second preliminary night of The Voice of Garden Grove 2017. Performing this week are students from Garden Grove, La Quinta, Pacifica, and Santiago High Schools.

Concert goers are encouraged to download the City’s free mobile app to receive a unique giveaway during the concert at the Garden Grove Community Foundation booth, while supplies last. The free app is available on iOS and Android devices. Look for “Garden Grove” in the phone’s app store.

Various vendors will be selling food, beverages, and dessert. Food trucks at this week’s concert include 3 in 1 and Burger Monster. For the safety and enjoyment of all, no canopies or golf carts.

The 2017 free Summer Concert Series is sponsored by the Garden Grove Community Foundation, City of Garden Grove, AT&T, GKN Aerospace, and Republic Services. A complete listing of the 2017 Summer Concert Series follows:

July 20, Jeri Curl (80’s Funk with tributes to Michael Jackson and Prince)
July 27, The Suffragettes (Today’s Top 40’s Hits)
August 3, The Kellye Huff Band (Modern Country)
August 10, The Answer (Classic Rock)

For more information about the free Summer Concert Series, visit or call (714) 741-5200. For photos and live footage of the series, visit the Garden Grove Community Foundation on Facebook at or search for #ggsummerconcerts or #voiceofgg.