Concerts in Memorial Park has well-known musical lineup
After a year-long hiatus, Monday Night Concerts makes it return to Claremont with a five-week summer series beginning on Monday, August 2. The concerts will run throughout every Monday in August starting at 7 p.m. at Memorial Park. With five Mondays in the month, the series will feature a new artist each week bringing a new genre of sound to Claremonters.
On August 2, Cold Duck will perform Top 40 hits from the 70s. The following week, August 9, Upstream will play some Reggae tunes. On August 16, Hit Me 90’s will perform, you guessed it, music from the 90’s. On August 23, Night Blooming Jazzmen will bring Dixieland Jazz to the park. The series will conclude on August 30 with a performance by classic rock band, The Ravelers.
The 2021 Monday Night Concert series is sponsored by the city of Claremont, the Kiwanis Club of Claremont and John Elway’s Claremont Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. Concerts are free and open to the public. According to a city webpage for the series, “Concert attendees are encouraged to follow face covering guidelines set forth by the CDC.” Moreover, “the city will be following all LA County Department of Public Health guidelines.”
For more information on the concerts, contact the city via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 909-399-5490. Any and/or all events are subject to cancellation according to the city and Los Angeles County Department of Public Health guidelines.