Friday nights at the movies and Sunday concerts and sunsets are once again on the summer schedule at Civita’s temporary park located at the corner of Civita Boulevard and Via Alta in Mission Valley.
The lineup for “Sundown Sunday” concerts includes the country rock band Nancarrow on June 26, the Top 40 dance band Siren’s Crush on July 24, and Todo Mundo, which plays world music blending pop, reggae, rock, gypsy, Caribbean and Latin music, on August 28. The free concerts run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Community members and the public are invited to bring picnics, beach chairs and blankets. (No glass, please.)
Nancarrow and Siren’s Crush are making return appearances following last year’s popular concerts at Civita.
Fronted by singer/songwriter Graham Nancarrow, his namesake band was nominated in the Best Country/Americana Band category at the San Diego Music Awards in 2012, won the 2015 SDMA for Best Americana Album, and remains one of San Diego’s favorite original country-rock bands.
Siren’s Crush is a local seven-piece Top 40 dance band that plays covers by a wide variety of performers, ranging from Katy Perry to Earth, Wind & Fire.
Todo Mundo (All the World) is a San Diego-based, six-piece world fusion band fronted by Santiago Orozco, a native of Columbia. The band has won the Best World Music Album category twice at the SDMAs, which also awarded them the Best World Music Band last year.
Civita will screen family-friendly movies outdoors on the big screen on June 17, July 15 and August 19. The public is invited to bring a picnic and enjoy free popcorn. The “Film Friday” festivities start at 7 p.m. with movies beginning at 8 p.m.
June 17 will feature “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and future titles will be announced on civitalife.com the week before the movie and updates can be found on the CivitaLife Facebook page.