Ukiah Concert Series
by AVA News Service, April 17, 2016
[Jun-Aug] The 2016 25th Anniversary Ukiah Sundays in the Park concert series is proud to announce the booking for this summers lineup of incredible talent.
This year’s lineup:
- Starting off the series on June 12th is the award winning Funky R&B and Motown of Pride & Joy.
- On June 26th Ukiah will journey on an Old-Time Medicine Show Safari with Dustbowl Revival.
- On July 10th Pete Escovedo & Family serves up World Renown Latin Jazz.
- On July 24th Mendocino County welcomes Texas Boogie-Woogie Living Legend Marsha Ball.
- July 31st features Rock & Roll and Blues Hall of Famer Elvin Bishop. The series 150th concert!
- Closing the 25th Anniversary season on August 14th will feature Ukiah’s Home Grown Favorites McKenna Faith and John Mattern.
In celebration of the 25th Anniversary Celebration Year, each concert will feature a different local act performing during intermission throughout the summer.
If you or your business would like to become a sponsor for the 2016 Ukiah Sundays in the Park 25th year, now is the time! We could use your support on this celebration year!
To receive more information or a sponsorship packet contact the city at 463-6231 at the City of Ukiah community services department or go by at 411 W. Clay St and pick up a packet. The deadline for sponsorship forms to be handed in is April 10th.
We hope that you, your family and friends will come and listen to a wide variety of music, meet your neighbors, enjoy the great evenings in Todd Grove Park and help make the 25th annual 2016 Ukiah Sundays in the Park series a memorable event for the entire community.
Evenings, 6PM at Todd Grove Park
- June 12 Pride & Joy. Funky R&B and Motown
- June 26 Dustbowl Revival. Old-Time Medicine Show Safari
- July 10 Pete Escovedo & Family. World Renown Latin Jazz
- July 24 Marsha Ball. Texas Boogie-Woogie Living legend
- July 31 Elvin Bishop (150th Concert). Rock & Roll and Blues Hall of Fame
- August 14 McKenna Faith & John Mattern. Ukiah’s Home Grown Favorites