Our Home Buying 101 Series has returned – and it’s time to talk disclosures! Let’s first focus on the area of seller disclosures…

In the first seven days, a seller will provide a buyer with information about their home via a form called a TDS (Transfer Disclosure Statement). As an agent, I always ask for two additional forms – an SPQ (Seller Property Questionnaire) and an SPQA (Seller Property Questionnaire Addendum). These forms provide additional questions that the seller needs to answer to help the buyer determine if there is anything that is not acceptable to them. In addition, it allows the buyer to ask any questions that would arise from reading through those documents.

The buyer will also receive an NHD (Natural Hazards Disclosure). This document will reveal if the home is located on an earthquake fault, flood, fire, or seismic-hazard zone. It will also let you know if an endangered species lives in the area and what types of soils are in the area, i.e., prone to sliding or liquefaction. It also provides local area disclosures, such as a nearby airport, if the neighborhood was used for military ordinance, etc.

Another important document that the seller will need to provide is the FIRPTA (Seller’s Affidavit of Nonforeign Status and/or California Withholding Exemption). This form determines whether tax withholding is required. Each person that is on the title is required to fill out this form. If tax is due, escrow will withhold 3.5% for state and 15% for federal taxes. I’ve never understood why, but the buyer is held responsible for this tax being paid per state and federal tax code, even though the capital gain is the sellers.

Next up is the WCMD (Water-Conserving Plumbing and Carbon Monoxide Detector) disclosure. Any home located within San Diego proper is required to install low-water fixtures at the point of sale of the home. California law now requires individual cities within San Diego County and throughout the state to disclose if there are any non-water-conserving devices on homes that were built before 1994. Unlike those homes in San Diego proper, this is not a point-of-sale item.

The WHSD (Water Heater and Smoke Detector Statement of Compliance) states that the seller has complied with state law that requires the water heater to be strapped and smoke detectors inside each bedroom. Lest the seller think they can pawn this off onto the buyer, the appraiser for the buyer is required by the lender to take photos of these items, along with carbon monoxide detectors.

For homes built prior to 1978, the seller is required to provide an FLD (Lead-Based Paint and Lead-Based Paint Hazards Disclosure, Acknowledgement and Addendum). Most sellers have no idea if their home has lead-based paint. If a buyer is concerned about lead-based paint or asbestos, there are tests that can be performed using kits from places like Lowe’s. A buyer can also hire a certified professional to test for these items.

If requested by the buyer, the seller may provide a Wood Destroying Pest & Organisms Inspection Report. The buyer can elect to have this inspection completed themselves if the seller is unwilling to do so during their 17-day contingency period. This report will let you know if the property has termites, subterranean termites, dry rot or the potential for these items. A buyer can ask the seller to take care of these items via an RR (Request for Repairs) or request that they be taken care of in the offer to purchase. A buyer could waive having this inspection, however, as an agent, I would advise against it.

Lastly, a buyer should request that the seller provide a home insurance history to see what types of claims, if any, were requested from their insurance provider. This information will provide valuable knowledge of any potential issues with the house.

And that’s only a piece of the disclosure pie – can you believe it?! Stay tuned for the second half of our feature on disclosures next month. In the meantime, if you are considering buying, it’s never too early to seek the advice of a real estate professional and lender. We are here to help you achieve your homeownership dreams and determine if now is a good time for you to purchase a home. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me at 619.405.7673 or homes@livininsd.com.

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Alpine
4th of July Parade and Carnival | 10am-1pm · Alpine Community Center Park
www.alpinekiwanis.org

Camp Pendleton
Ken Grody Ford 4th of July Beach Bash | 8am-10pm (Fireworks at 9pm) · Del Mar Beach Resort
www.mccscp.com/beachbash

Carlsbad
Red, White and BOOM! | 1-9pm (Fireworks at 8:30pm) · LEGOLAND California
(760) 918-5346 · www.legoland.com

Chula Vista
4th Fest Fireworks | 6-9pm · Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center
www.chulavistaca.gov

Coronado
Independence Day Parade & Festivities | 7am-9:30pm · Various Locations
(619) 435-9260 · www.coronadochamber.com

Del Beach Bash & Fireworks | 7-10pm · Hotel del Coronado · Fireworks 8:45pm
www.hoteldel.com/del-beach-bash

Del Mar
San Diego County Fair 4th of July Celebration | 10am-11pm · Del Mar Fairgrounds – Fireworks 9pm
(858) 755-1161 · www.sdfair.com

Fourth of July Sunset BBQ & Fireworks Show | 6:45-9:30pm · Fairmont Grand Del Mar
(858) 314-1988 · www.fairmont.com

El Cajon
4th of July Picnic & Fireworks | 2-9:30pm · Kennedy Park
(619) 441-1754 · www.ci.el-cajon.ca.us

Escondido
Independence Day Festival & Fireworks | 4-9:30pm · Grape Day Park & The Art Center
(800) 988-4253 · www.artcenter.org

Imperial Beach
Independence Day Fireworks | 4-10pm · Imperial Beach Pier
www.imperialbeachca.gov

Julian
4th of July Parade & Celebration | 10am-5pm · Downtown Julian
(760) 765-1857 · www.julianparade.com

Mira Mesa
Parade, Family Fun Day in the Park & Fireworks | 7am-9:30pm · Mira Mesa Community Park
(858) 609-6629 · www.miramesatowncouncil.org

National City
4th of July Festivities – July 3-7
Wed 5-11pm, Thur (Fireworks) 12pm-12am, Fri 3-11pm
Sat & Sun 1-11pm · Kimball Park
(619) 336-4241 · www.ci.national-city.ca.us

Ocean Beach
4th of July Fireworks | 9pm · Ocean Beach Pier
(619) 224-4906 · www.oceanbeachsandiego.com

Oceanside
Independence Parade – June 29 | 10am-12pm · South Coast Highway
(760) 754-4512 · www.mainstreetoceanside.com

Celebration & Fireworks Show – July 3 | 6-10pm · Rancho Del Oro Road
(760) 435-5041 · www.visitoceanside.org

The Yankee Doodle Dinghy Parade | 1-3pm · Oceanside Harbor
(800) 350-7873 · www.visitoceanside.org

Poway
Old Fashioned Fourth of July | 10am-4pm · Old Poway Park

Fourth of July Fireworks | 6-10pm · Poway High School
(858) 668-4772 · www.poway.org

Ramona
Rotary Community Fireworks & Family Picnic | 5-9:30pm · Olive Peirce Middle School
www.ramonarotary.org

Ranch Bernardo
Spirit of the Fourth
Community Fair: 9am · Webb Park
Parade: 3:30pm · Downtown Rancho Bernardo
Festivities & Fireworks: 6-9:30pm · Bernardo Heights

Middle School
(858) 945-1616 · www.spiritofthefourth.org

Rancho Santa Fe
4th of July Parade & Picnic | 10:30am-2pm · 16948 Avenida De Acacias
(858) 756-1174 · www.rsfassociation.org

San Carlos
Fireworks and Music Fest | 11am-9:30pm · Lake Murray Playground
www.lakemurrayfireworks.org

San Diego
Big Bay Boom | 9pm · San Diego Bay
www.bigbayboom.com

Old Town 4th of July | 11am-4pm · Old Town SD State Historic Park
(619) 220-5422 · www.parks.ca.gov

SeaWorld 4th of July Fireworks | 9:40pm · SeaWorld
(800) 257-4268 · www.seaworldparks.com

San Marcos
Celebrate Freedom, A Fireworks Extravaganza | 6-9:30pm · Bradley Park
(760) 744-9000 · www.san-marcos.net

San Ysidro
Independence Day at the Border – July 6 | 3-9pm · Larsen Field-Cesar Chavez Park · Fireworks 9pm
(619) 428-5200 · www.sanysidrochamber.org

Santee
Santee Salutes Fireworks | 2:30-10pm · Town Center Community Park East
(619) 258-410 x222 · www.ci.santee.ca.us

Scripps Ranch
4th of July Parade | 10am-1pm · Red Cedar Place to Hoyt Park
(858) 397-5747 · www.scrippsranch.org

Vista
Independence Day Celebration Fireworks | 5-10pm · Brengle Terrace Park
(760) 643-5262 · www.cityofvista.com

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SheFest | July 6
A woman-centered event that celebrates and supports the talents and contributions of women while fostering meaningful connections within the LGBT and larger San Diego community. 
Time/Place: 11am-6pm / North Park Community Park
Contact: www.sdpride.org

Tanabata Festival | July 7
Originating from Chinese folklore, Tanabata is a holiday that celebrates the meeting of Orihime and Hikoboshi! Guests of all ages are invited to enjoy the summer sun with festival foods, carnival games, cultural performances and demonstrations as well as partake in the Tanabata celebration by creating kazari. 
Time/Place: 12-6pm / Japanese Friendship Garden of SD, Balboa Park 
Contact: 619-232-2721 / www.niwa.org/tanabata

San Diego Pride Business Mega-Mixer | July 11
Mix and mingle during a festive happy hour with a diverse group of LGBT and allied business professionals, E.R.G.s, and organizations at the 3rd Annual Pride Business Mega-Mixer & Pride Kick Off Ribbon Cutting! 
Time/Place: 5:30-8pm / San Diego LGBT Visitors Center: 529 University Ave. 
Contact: 619-432-5428 / www.pridemixer.com

Pride of Hillcrest Block Party | July 12
A diverse line up of local and international talent. The festival features a craft cocktail bar and beer garden sponsored by Miller Coors, food trucks, go-go dancers, a DJ dance party, and YOU aboard our giant Ferris-Wheel as your take in the views of Hillcrest’s giant 65 foot high- 20 x 30 foot Rainbow Pride Flag! 
Time/Place: 2-11pm / Hillcrest Pride Flag at Pride Plaza 
Contact: 619-299-3330 / www.fabuloushillcrest.com

Movies & More by the Lake | July 12
Bring your blankets and join us for a movie under the stars! Food Trucks and snack bar treats will be on site. Parking is $10 per carload of movie goers and movie is free.  
Time/Place: 6-10pm / Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve
Contact: 619-596-3141 / www.santeelakes.com

SD Pride | July 12-14
The Rally: Inspiring speakers, LGBTQ leaders, and raising the Pride flag.
Pride 5k: Run the parade route right before the parade starts! Rainbow gear, tutus and streamers encouraged.
The Parade: The largest single-day civic event in the region and one of the largest Prides in the United States.
The Festival: Celebrate diversity and inclusion in Balboa Park with community resources, booths and four stages of live entertainment. 

Contact: 619-297-7683 / www.sdpride.org 

Imperial Beach Sun & Sea Festival | July 12-13
World-class sandcastle sculptors creating some of the best sand creations on the West Coast as well as a community parade and pancake breakfast, live music, childrens craft activities, a Kids n Kastles competition, Farmers Market and International Food Fair. 
Time/Place: Fri 8am-Dusk, Sat 7am-6pm / Pier Plaza 
Contact: www.sunandseafestival.com

Mission San Diego de Alcala Festival of the Bells | July 13-14
Food, live entertainment, dancing, and traditional activities like the Blessing of the Bells and the Blessing of the Animals. All five Mission bells are rung during the weekend festivities. 
Time/Place: 10am-5pm / 10818 San Diego Mission Road 
Contact: 619-281-8449 / www.missionsandiego.org

Over The Line Tournament | July 13-14 & 20-21
Over 1,000 teams will hit the sand at sunrise on Saturday morning with their bats, balls and most creative team names to kick-off 66 years of San Diego tradition 
Time/Place: 7:30am-6pm / Fiesta Island, Mission Bay Park
Contact: www.ombac.org

Craft Classic Half Marathon & 5K | July 14
Sweeping views, challenging hills and a delicious craft beer reward at the finish line at Green Flash Brewing Co. 
Time/Place: 6:30am-12pm / Green Flash Brewery: 6550 Mira Mesa Blvd. 
Contact: www.craftclassic.com

Del Mar Racing Season | July 17-Sept. 2
Be part of the magic and nostalgia of this long-time horse race tradition dating back to 1937 when Bing Crosby greeted the first guests, and Seabiscuit won by a nose in the infamous race in 1938. This season features the nations top race horses, trainers and jockeys, and plenty of fun in the sun. 
Time/Place: Del Mar Thoroughbred Club
Contact: www.dmtc.com

Stone Brewing Hop-Con 7.0 | July 18
Your $75 ticket includes: Fifteen 3oz tasters, 3 specialty casks of w00tstout, Commemorative glassware to take home, Gourmet food, Lawn games, Silent Disco, Interactive Art Wall, Our famous churros for dessert, Costume contest. 
Time/Place: 7-11pm / Liberty Station
Contact: www.stonebrewing.com

Burgers and Brews Invitational | July 20
Pass includes a ticket to the races, access to an exclusive trackside viewing area, access to the Del Mar Concert Series performance following the event featuring Ziggy Marley, gourmet fries & tater tots, five (5) 5oz. beer tastings & UNLIMITED samples of the BEST burgers SD has to offer! 
Time/Place: 1:30-5:30pm / Del Mar Racetrack
Contact: www.burgersandbrews.com

Cabrillo Sunset 5K | July 20
The route passes the parks most important landmarks before linking with the road down to the tidepools – where participants can enjoy spectacular views as the sun sets below the horizon. 
Time/Place: 6:30-8:30pm / Cabrillo National Monument
Contact: www.cnmf.org

Insect and Ladybug Festival | July 20-21
Features thousands of fascinating creepy-crawlies including live insects, lizards, snakes, and the famous Madagascar hissing cockroaches. Children can practice bug collecting, hands-on insect arts and crafts, and even taste cooked mealworm larva. 
Time/Place: 10am-4pm / San Diego Botanic Garden
Contact: www.sdbgarden.org

Supergirl Surf Pro | July 26-28
The weekend will be jam-packed with world-class competition that will have you on your toes and a festival village loaded with female-inspired vendors, activities and entertainment.
Time/Place: 8am-6pm / Oceanside Pier
Contact: www.supergirlpro.com

SIP of Julian | July 27
Julian Tasting Rooms offering samples of their wine, beer, hard cider, mead or craft cocktails. 
Time/Place: 11am-5pm / Julian Town Hall
Contact: www.sipofjulian.com

Live Well San Diego 5K | July 28
This years event will celebrate the hero in all of us with a superhero-themed race and activities throughout the morning. Includes a Kids 1-Mile Fun Run. 
Time/Place: 7:30am / SD County Waterfront Park
Contact: www.livewellsd5k.com

Nat Diego | July 28-29
Come taste the exciting world of natural wine and learn about what you drink at a weekend festival packed with winemakers, importers and advocates of natural wine. 
Contact: www.natdiego.com 

Photo Credit: www.visitoceanside.org

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Similar to previous months, the San Diego County market finished May in a state of flux. The market saw drops in sales, a slowing sales pace and gains in inventory and listing discount despite a healthy bump in home prices. Going into the summer sales season, San Diego is an interesting market to track as it is defying traditional economic principles of supply and demand. However, with more homebuyers traditionally looking to make their move in the summer, the impact on home prices by the flood of inventory could be reduced. The peripheral statistics of sales pace and listing discount hint that some price regression is in store, but we will have to see how things shake out in the coming months. Either way, home sellers should be realistic with their expectations if they wish to cash in during prime house-hunting season.

There were 3,208 properties that changed hands in San Diego County in May, a 6.9% drop from the same month last year. Additionally, the closed sales volume finished 3.5% lower, coming in at $2,302,876,000. Despite the drops in activity, the average closed sale price increased by 3.6% to $717,900. The average price per square foot also saw a slight increase (1.1%), finishing at $398.30. Inventory levels shot up by 14.3% to 6,740 units. The sales pace slowed, finishing at 29 days on average, representing a 20.8% increase compared to last May. The listing discount (sold price versus list price) came in at 97.9%, a 0.2% drop. Overall, the market has 2.1 months of inventory to meet demand, a 23.5% increase over last year.

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Balboa Park Twilight in the Park
Spreckels Organ Pavilion
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays | 6:30-7:30pm | 619-239-0512 | www.balboapark.org

JUNE
18 Kearny Mesa Concert Band – Variety
19 Navy Wind Ensemble
20 Rockin’ Jazz Big Band
25 Rachel Aldous & the Road Home – Bluegrass, Folk & Americana
26 Piracy Conspiracy – Reggae
27 Bump City Brass – Soul, Funk

JULY
02 The New Catillacs – Smooth 50s, 60s and early 70s
03 Atomic Wave – 80’s tribute band
09 8 Track Highway – Classic 70’s & 80’s Cali Yacht Rock
10 Stoney B Blues – Chicago and Southern Blues
11 Breezin’ – Jazz, Blues, R & B
16 145th St. – Contemporary Blues Band
17 Ginger Cowgirl – Classic Country and Honky – Tonk
18 San Diego Civic Dance – Park & Recreation Department
23 San Diego Youth Symphony
24 Mariachi Estrella’s de Chula Vista-Mexican Music/Ballet Folklorico
25 Bayou Brothers – Cajun/Zydeco – Family Day
30 Pomerado Community Concert Band – Patriotic/Show tunes
31 Santana Ways – Tribute Band to Santana

AUGUST
01 Back Pocket Whiskey Fellas – Irish folk, Bluegrass & American
06 San Diego Concert Band
07 Jazz Jammers – Dixieland, Swing 1940’s
08 Marine Band San Diego
13 Raúl Prieto Ramirez, Civic Organist – Ice Cream Social
14 Harvey and 52nd Street Jive Blues
15 Moxie – Rock & Roll
20 Coronado Concert Band – American Pop band Classics
21 Elvis Tribute Artist “Lloyd Aron Douglas” & The Sons of Memphis
22 Moon Light Serenade Orchestra – Big Band/Swing/Rock/Disco
27 Lady J – Blues
28 Stars on the Water – Tropical Rock & Roll
29 Legends – San Diego Original Oldies Show Band

31st International Summer Organ Festival
Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park
Mondays | 7:30pm | 619-702-8138 | www.spreckelsorgan.org

JUNE
24 Tribute to Pink Floyd & Led Zeppelin

JULY
01 Raúl Prieto Ramírez, USA/Spain
08 Dave Wickerham, USA
15 Rising Stars
22 Peter Richard Conte, USA, with Andrew Ennis, USA
29 Hector Olivera, USA/Argentina

AUGUST
05 Thomas Ospital, France
12 Isabelle Demers, USA/Canada
19 Gunnar Idenstam, Sweden
26 Raúl Prieto Ramírez and Symphonic Musicians
31 Silent Movie Night with Clark Wilson, USA

Carlsbad TGIF Concerts in the Park
Fridays, 6-8pm | 760-602-2090 | www.carlsbadca.gov

Stagecoach Community Park: 3420 Camino De Los Coches

JUNE
21 Safety Orange
28 Uptown Funk

JULY
05 Sully and the Souljahs

Poinsettia Community Park: 6600 Hidden Valley Road

JULY
12 Pop Vinyl
19 Urban Renewal Project

Calavera Hills Community Park: 2997 Glasgow Drive

JULY
26 Rumba Y Soul

AUGUST
02 Unsteady

Alga Norte Community Park: 6565 Alicante Road

AUGUST
09 Gene Evaro Jr.
16 80z All Starz / Cassie B’s 90s Remix

Chula Vista’s Summer Sundays
Village Walk at Eastlake: 878 Eastlake Pkwy.
Sundays | 5-7pm | www.shopvillagewalk.com

JUNE
16 Navy Band Southwest
23 Breez’n
30 Lady J & Soulful Knights

JULY
07 Steal Dawn
14 Graceland
21 Joe Rathburn’s Island

Coronado Summer Concert Series
Spreckels Park: 7th St. & Orange Ave.
Sundays | 6pm (unless noted) | www.coronadoconcert.com

JUNE
16 The Lao Tizer Band
23 Smith
30 Ron’s Garage

JULY
07 Bee Gees Gold
14 LA Allstars
21 In Midlife Crisis
28 Stone Soul

AUGUST
04 B.N.E. and Guest
11 Sully & The Souljahs
18 La Chikas
25 BETAMAXX

SEPTEMBER
01 The Mighty Untouchables

Coronado Ferry Landing Concert Series
Coronado Ferry Landing
Sat & Sun | 2-5pm | 619-435-8895 | www.coronadoferrylanding.com

JUNE
15 Ginger Cowgirl
16 OC British Invaders
22 Baywolf Band
23 Miss Demeanor
29 Kat Café
30 Astra Kelly

Del Mar Foundation Summer Twilight Concerts
Powerhouse Park: 1600 Coast Blvd.
Tuesdays | 6pm | 858-635-1363 | www.delmarfoundation.org

JUNE
18 Sully and the Souljahs

JULY
09 Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles
30 Back to the Garden: 50th Anniversary of Woodstock

AUGUST
20 The Mighty Untouchables

Encinitas Concerts at Moonlight Beach
Moonlight Beach: 400 B Street
Sundays | 3-5pm | 760-633-2740 | www.encinitasca.gov

JULY
07 Cold Duck – Old School 70s and 80s
21 Kings of 88 – Classic Piano Roc

AUGUST
04 Smokin’ Cobras – Funky 60s and 70s
18 The Mighty Untouchables – Top 40 Hits

El Cajon Dinner and A Concert
Prescott Promenade: 100 E Main Street
Fridays | 6-8pm | 619-334-3000 | www.downtownelcajon.com

JUNE
14 Coyote Band
21 80’s All Starz
28 Back to the Garden

JULY
05 Old School
12 Breakheart Pass
19 Fortunate Son
26 Heart of Rock and Roll

AUGUST
02 Detroit Underground
09 Clay Colton Band
16 Stand Up Guys
23 Scot Bruce Elvis Tribute
30 Lightning Train

SEPTEMBER
06 Rock Couture
13 Pettybreakers
20 The Mighty Untouchablese
27 Back to the Garden Beatles Show (Special 6:30pm Start!)

La Mesa Sundays at Six Summer Concerts
Harry Griffen Park: 9550 Milden St.
Sundays | 6-7pm | 619-667-1300 | www.cityoflamesa.com

JUNE
16 Trails and Rails – Country
23 San Diego Concert Band
30 It’s Never 2L8 – Top 40’s

JULY
07 Wild Nights Band – Rock & Roll
14 Ginger Cowgirl – Rock & Roll
21 8-Track Highway – Rock & Roll
28 Sonic Epidemic – Horn Tunes of the 70’s

Liberty Station Concert Series
Liberty Station North Promenade: 2848 Dewey Rd., Point Loma
Fridays | 6:30-9pm | 619-756-7992 | www.libertystation.com

AUGUST
10 Ben Powell and Nathan & Jesse (Saturday 3-6pm)

SEPTEMBER
06 B-Side Players with Opening Act Shane Hall Band

Mission Hills Summer Concerts in the Park
Pioneer Park: 1521 Washington Place
Fridays | 6-8pm (unless noted) | www.missionhillstowncouncil.org

JUNE
21 Groove Kitty
28 Unsteady

JULY
04 Mockery
12 Sue Palmer & Her Motel Swing Orchestra
19 Dr. Elvis & The Immortals, Mission Hills Women’s Chorale
26 Detroit Underground

AUGUST
02 The Mighty Untouchables
09 The Smokin Cobras
16 Captain J and the Jive Crew

Oceanside Concerts in The Park
Fridays | 5-8pm | 760-435-5041 | www.ci.oceanside.ca.us

Rancho Del Oro Park: 4701 Mesa Drive

JUNE
21 The Greg Douglass Band

JULY
19 The Mar Dels

Mance Buchanon Park: 425 College Ave

AUGUST
09 The Greg Douglass Band

South Oceanside Elementary Park

AUGUST
09 Brent Payne (6-8pm)

Point Loma Summer Concerts
Point Loma Park: 1049 Catalina Blvd.
Fridays | 5:30pm | 619-300-1961 | www.plconcerts.org

JULY
12 Fortunate Son
19 Band Overboard
26 Full Strength Funk

AUGUST
02 Doctor Wu
09 Pine Mountain Logs

Poway Summer Concert Series
Sundays | 5:30-7pm | www.poway.org

Lake Poway: 14644 Lake Poway Rd.

JUNE
23 The Mighty Untouchables

JULY
07 Pickleback Shine
21 Y3K

AUGUST
04 Blue Breeze Band

Old Poway Park: 14134 Midland Rd.

JULY
14 The Benedetti Trio
28 Trails and Rails

AUGUST
11 Summer Winds/Pomerado Community Band

Santee Summer Concerts
Town Center Community Park East: 550 Park Center Dr.
Thursdays | 6:30pm | 619-258-4100 | www.santeesummerconcerts.com

JUNE
13 James Kruk & the Big Boss Men – An Elvis Tribute
20 Country Night – Patrick Howard Trampus Band
27 Upstream – Caribbean, Reggae, Soca

JULY
11 Blues Night – Bill Magee Blues Band
18 Three Chord Justice – County
25 Bump City Brass – Funk & Soul Dance

AUGUST
01 Straight Six – Rock, Rhythm & Blues
08 Wingstock – Music from the Summer of ’69
15 Queen Nation – Queen Tribute
22 The Mighty Untouchables – Variety Music

Scripps Ranch Symphony in the Park
Hoyt Park: Scripps Ranch Blvd & Aviary Dr.
Sundays | 6-7:30pm | 858-689-6200 | www.symphonyinthepark.org

JULY
14 BETAMAXX

AUGUST
11 The Detroit Underground

SEPTEMBER
08 Young Guns

Solana Beach | Concerts At The Cove
Fletcher Cove Park: 140 South Sierra Ave.
Thursdays | 6-7:45pm | 858-720-2453 | www.cityofsolanabeach.org

JUNE
20 Navy Band Southwest’s 32nd Street Brass Band
27 Atomic Chill

JULY
11 Ginger Cowgirl
18 Quintinn Holi
25 Donnis Trio

AUGUST
01 Rolf Olsen Quartet
08 Hullabaloo
15 The Magic Montgomery Brothers
22 Sully

Seaport Village Sunday Concerts
East Plaza Gazebo: 849 W. Harbor Dr.
Sundays | 1-4pm | 619-235-4014 | www.seaportvillage.com

JUNE
16 Cool Rush
23 Coolrays
30 Darrengers

JULY
04 Bill McGee Blues Band-Blue Rocket
07 Bayou Brothers
14 Clay Colton
21 Josie Day
28 Blue Rocket

Summer Concerts in Standley Park
Standley Park: 3585 Governor Dr.
Sundays | 5-7pm | 858-412-0786 | www.universitycitynews.org

JULY
14 Ron & the Reapers – 60’s Rock
21 Teaser – Arena Rock
28 Los Tecolotes (501c3) – Rock from the 60’s thru the 90’s

AUGUST
04 Electric Waste Band – Grateful Dead Jam Band
11 Full Strength Funk Band – Funk, R&B, Soul
18 Y3K – Modern Variety Rock Band
25 Forecast – A variety of Jazz styles

University Heights Summer in the Park
Trolley Barn Park: Adams Ave. & Florida St.
Fridays | 6-8pm | 619-297-3166 | www.uhcdc.org

JULY
06 Liz Grace & the Swing Thing
13 Moonlight Serenade
20 It’s Never 2L8
27 Sonic Epidemic

AUGUST
03 Sue Palmer & Her Motel Swing Orchestra

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