Emeryville’s 2012 “Dinner and a Show” Summer Performance Series

July 2, 2012
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A message from Emeryville City Hall:

Dinner and A Show Poster

Food and Drink and Music/Movies?  Yes Please!
Join in the fun as Emeryville residents and employers come out this summer to enjoy great live music, hot food, and cold drinks!  This year’s performance series features an Emeryville mobile food truck serving up delicious food/drink to accompany live music and a movie night.

What should I bring?
You, your friends/family and willingness to have a good time.  As the title suggests, we’ll have food, drinks, and the entertainment covered…but you are welcome to bring your own drinks/snacks too.

This is the Bay Area, so remember it can get chilly if the fog rolls in early, so bring a warm jacket or blanket!

We definitely encourage everyone to bring a lawn blanket, beach towel, or folding chair.  If you forget, we’ll also have a number of folding chairs for you to use too.

Where are these parks?
Here are the addresses and links to each park via google maps:

Do you want to perform or sponsor the Summer Performance Series in 2013?
Please email Kevin Laven, Administrative Analyst, (klaven@emerville.org) with your proposal and information.  The City of Emeryville helps promote the series through community mailings, facebook, emails, posters, flyers and your help as a local band/performer or sponsoring business.  Come on out to this year and see what it’s all about!

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