Kenny Loggins headlines Summer Symphony

Singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins will perform at the 49th annual Summer Symphony on Sunday, July 20, at Frost Amphitheater at Stanford University.

Gates open at 4:30 p.m. for picnicking. The concert begins at 6 p.m. with Arnie Roth conducting the Summer Symphony Orchestra.

Mr. Loggins began his career in 1976 and released his first solo album, "Celebrate Me Home," the following year. His most recent album is "How About Now." He contributed songs to hit movie soundtracks, such as "Footloose" and "Top Gun."

Tickets are $100 for chair seating, $50 for lawn seating, and $25 for children and students. Two reserved concierge lawn tickets with picnic cost $400.

For tickets, call Stanford Box Office, 725-2787, or go to .


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