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Redwood City PAL’s 16th annual music fest set for July 27

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The Redwood City Police Activity League (PAL) is bringing multiple music genres to Courthouse Square on Saturday, July 27 for its 16th Annual PAL Music Festival, where proceeds support the organization’s educational and recreational summer programs for children.

The free-admission festival, which last year attracted over 10,000 attendees, runs from noon to 9 p.m. and features performances of country hits, Spanish rhythms, blues, Reggae, a Journey tribute band, and also a youth stage that provides a platform for young, aspiring Bay Area musicians. The music will accompany food, arts and crafts booths and a Kid Zone sponsored by Facebook Community.

PAL is a non-profit community organization focused on providing underserved children academic support and life skills. To learn more about the organization, visit here.

Festival Schedule: 

12:00 PM: California Cowboys (Country)

1:30 PM: Orquesta Pacheco (Selena Tribute)

3:00 PM: Girls Got The Blues (Blues)

4:45 PM: Native Elements (Reggae)

6:30 PM: Faithfully Live (Journey Tribute)

Photo credit: City of Redwood City