Bailey Foundation Is Back: Free Concert & Giant Picnic!

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Bailey Foundation Is Back: Free Concert & Giant Picnic!
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The Bailey Foundation says
It's been a while! I am back promoting more fun events! I took a few months off to continue my journey around the world but I am now back, ready to rock SD's cultural scene! Bailey, the bear.

Join me and my friends to the Sounds of the City, a free, outdoor celebration of San Diego’s local music scene that will feature some of the region’s top bands: Todo Mundo and the King Taylor Project along with singer Raelee Nikole. Sounds of the City takes place at picturesque Embarcadero Marina Park South—home of San Diego Symphony’s Bayside Summer Nights—where the day will culminate in a free concert by the San Diego Symphony Orchestra performing the music of Academy Award-winning composer John Williams.

Taking advantage of the beautiful park setting for all to enjoy, Sounds of the City (beginning at 4pm) will offer games and activities including Giant Jenga, Corn Hole, bocce ball, checkers and Twister. There will also be a family area featuring “Make Your Own Instrument,” an obstacle course and “My First Violin Class” where students of all ages can try their hand at playing the violin led by a professional instructor.

=> We will set up our own picnic area for Bailey Foundation's ppl: bring something to share and let's make it the biggest picnic of the summer! No alcohol beverages allowed but they will be some available for sale!

Starting at 7:30pm, the San Diego Symphony Orchestra will perform an hour-long free concert featuring the music of Academy Award-winning composer, John Williams that will include music from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Saving Private Ryan, The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars: The Force Awakens among many others.s.
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By: The Bailey Foundation

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