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March 4, 2013
Downtown Sacramento 'Concerts in the Park' 2013 schedule announced

Time to bust out the calendar and circle some summer dates.

MAJ CHAVEZ PLAZA.JPGThe Downtown Sacramento Partnership has announced the band lineup for the 2013 Concerts in the Park season in Cesar Chavez Plaza, which runs Friday nights May 3 - July 26 and features notable acts such as Middle Class Rut, Mothers Hips and !!!.

"On the heels of last season's success, we are excited to have a lineup that is even bigger than 2012," said Downtown Sacramento Partnership's senior events manager Annie Stuckert in a release. "We had a nearly 40 percent increase in attendance in 2012. For (Concerts in the Park) 2013, we're taking all the elements that people loved last year and enhancing them."

Concerts, which include DJs spinning music between sets, will run from 5 - 9 p.m.

Check out the full schedule below (good to note that there's no July 5 show because of the July 4 holiday).


May 3: SEASON KICK OFF SHOW!
ELEMENT OF SOUL
Musical Charis, They Went Ghost
Featuring: DJ Epic

May 10: MIDDLE CLASS RUT
Jonny Craig, Dogfood, I'm Dirty Too
Featuring: RCK:RMX (Blackheart+Buckdog)

May 17: ARDEN PARK ROOTS
Syncro, Rasar, Live Manikins
Featuring: DJ Whores

May 24: JAMES CAVERN
Iconoclast Robot, Rock N' Rhyme,
DLRN
Featuring: Heartworm and DJ Nate D

MAY 31: !!!
Exquisite Corps, Paper Pistols,
Featuring: Sam I Jam

June 8: MUMBO GUMBO
The Quinn Hedges Band
Featuring: Tel Cairo

June 14: INFAMOUS SWANKS
The Lesdystics, Avenue Saints,
The Bar Fly Effect
Featuring: Shaun Slaughter

June 21: MOTHER HIPS
Jackpot, The Old Screen Door
Featuring: Roderick Mar Carpio

June 28: BRODIE STEWART
Nevada Backwards, The Carly DuHain Band, Big Trouble
Featuring: DJ Rigatoni

July 5: NO CONCERT.
HAPPY 4th of JULY WEEKEND!


July 12: ZUHG
Joy & Madness
Harley White Jr. Orchestra
Featuring: Dj Oasis and INKDUP

July 19: FALLRISE
Kill the Precedent, Restrayned,
Fair Struggle
Featuring: Zrokk

July 26: SEASON FINALE SHOW!
THE BRODYS
Hero's Last Mission,The Bell Boys,
Humble Wolf
Featuring: Billy Lane

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