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Summer Music Series starts tonight at Lazy 5 Regional Park

By ThisIsReno

SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE

A series of free summer evening concerts starts at 6:30 p.m. tonight at Washoe County’s Lazy 5 Regional Park in Spanish Springs.

Every Wednesday evening from July 6 through August 31, the park offers free concerts showcasing local bands and a variety of musical styles.

 This year’s Series Sponsor is Summit Christian Church. Additional sponsorship has been provided by The Goddard School of Sparks along with Spanish Springs Pack N Post and Laurie Brazier of State Farm Insurance.  

Lazy 5 Regional Park is located at 7100 Pyramid Way in Spanish Springs. Seating is on the lawn so bring blankets or low-back beach chairs. Dinner or snacks in small coolers are welcome. For the safety and enjoyment of all, glass containers and pets are not allowed. 

What:              Lazy 5 Summer Music Series 

Where:            Lazy 5 Regional Park, 7100 Pyramid Way, Spanish Springs

When:             6:30 p.m. Wednesday evenings from July 6 through August, 31, 2011 

Cost:               Free

 Contact:          (775) 823-6500

 2011 Summer Music Series 

July 6:                       Blues and Rock with the Blues Monsters 

July 13:                     Classic Rock with the Mark Castro Band 

July 20:                     Blues and Rock performed by Blue Haven 

July 27:                     Dennis Golden and Texas Tom Weatherby present Cowboy poetry, music and wit 

August 3:                  Pop, Rock and Funk with Adrenaline 

August 10:               A variety of music by the Rebeka Chase Band 

August 17:               Renegade performs a tribute to Classic Rock 

August 24:               Funk, “Roots” and Soul by Jelly Bread 

August 31:               Jo Mama closes the series with Blues, Rock, Latin, Funk Reggae,
Swing and Country 

Lazy 5 Regional Park is owned and operated by Washoe County’s Department of Regional Parks and Open Space. The Department’s mission is to provide exceptional parks, open space, and recreational opportunities while preserving our natural, historical and cultural resources. For more information, visit www.washoecountyparks.com.