The concerts follow the weekly farmers' market, which typically has warm food for sale.
For the concerts, the town also invites food trucks. For this concert, the town has scheduled "Waffle Amore" of San Jose, and "Curry Up Now," also from San Jose and with a location in Palo Alto.
Picnics, including with alcoholic beverages, are OK, as are chairs, children, well-behaved dogs and dancing, say organizers. Blankets and warm clothing are recommended.
The Town Center includes a playground, restrooms and ample parking. Park at the Town Center, near the tennis courts, or in overflow parking at the adjacent Christ Episcopal Church.
The town's Cultural Arts Committee has scheduled two more concerts: the Fog City Swampers, a Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute band, on Thursday, July 19; and Extra Large, a band specializing in funk, Latin spice and reggae, on Thursday, Aug. 16.
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