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Altadena Announces Summer Concerts

Published on: April 30, 2020


While rumors swirl that Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to shut down all California Beaches in retribution for people visiting them during the recent heat spell (and in a power grab over cities such as Newport Beach where City Council voted to keep them open on weekends,) it looks like attorneys continue working overtime. Newsom has already been sued for:

  • California’s Executive Orders restricting the free exercise of religion in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties – Gish v. Newsom
  • Shelter-in-Place restriction on religious gatherings in San Diego County – Abiding Place v. Newsom
  • California State Government’s restriction of the people’s right to assemble and petition its government for a redress of grievances – Givens v. Newsom
  • Governor Newsom’s unlawful appropriation of public funds to undocumented immigrants through politically-connected non-profits – Benitez v. Newsom
  • Challenging the restriction of commerce for businesses deemed “non-essential” – Gondola Adventures v. Newsom
  • Restrictions on voting rights from Governor Newsom’s Shelter-In-Place Order – California Republican Party v. Newsom

Meanwhile The Rotary Club of Altadena in association with the Sheriff’s Support Group of Altadena is announcing annual FREE Summer Concerts in the beautiful outdoor Amphitheater in Farnsworth Park on Saturday evenings 7 p.m. Due to COVID-19 and Stay At Home orders the schedule is subject to change.

  • July 11, 2020 Psychedelic Summer Woodstock tribute band
  • July 18 The Kings of 88 with the music of Billy Joel, Elton John
  • July 25 The Horads with California Beach Music
  • August 1 SGT Pepper Beatles tribute band
  • August 8 Upstream with Reggae
  • August 15 Country Nation
  • August 22 Flogging Seagulls music with an Irish-Celtic twist
  • August 29 Gypsy Tribute music of Fleetwood Mac
  • September 12 Walking Phoenixes tribute to Johnny Cash
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