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Live on the Boulevard and Fireworks Jubilee returns to EDH Town Center

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July 11, 2012 |

The weather isn’t the only thing heating up in El Dorado Hills this summer, everyone’s favorite local concert series is back with a 12-show line-up beginning June 21 and running through September 6; coupled with the Third Annual Fireworks Jubilee, slated for Tuesday, July 3.

Live on the Boulevard
Live on the Boulevard returns with more fun and entertainment than ever before, beginning Thursday, June 21 and rocking every Thursday evening through September 6 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Steven Young Amphitheater. The first in the series will be a performance by the Unauthorized Rolling Stones on June 21. Concert viewing set-up will begin at 4 p.m. and attendees are welcome to bring blankets and chairs to settle in for the show.

Live on the Boulevard Band Line-Up
June 21 – Unauthorized Rolling Stones (Tribute)
June 28 – Steelin’ Dan (Tribute)
July 5 – Joel: The Band (Billy Joel Tribute)
July 12 – Lena Mosley & The Badd Blues Band (Blues)
July 19 – Sapo Guapo (Latin)
July 26 – Summer of Love (60s Tribute)
August 2 – Road 88 (New Country)
August 9 – Super Huey (Huey Lewis Tribute)
August 16 – Todd Morgan & The Emblems (Pop/Rock)
August 23 – Brad Wilson (Rockin’ Blues)
August 30 – The Rhythm Riders (Johnny Cash Tribute)
September 6 – Sun Kings (Beatles Tribute)

Fireworks Jubilee
The 3rd Annual Fireworks Jubilee is back with a bang. On Tuesday, July 3, guests of all ages can ring in Independence Day with a plethora of entertainment including two live bands, beginning at 6 p.m. Spectators will enjoy an energetic performance by The Spazmatics in the Steven Young Amphitheater from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., alongside the 3rd Annual Badge-to-Badge Chili Cook-off, a kids’ activity area complete with bounce house, and Radio Disney’s Rock’n Road Show. Enticing dining and shopping will be presented by Town Center businesses. The evening will conclude with a fabulous fireworks display choreographed to music in the heart of Town Center. Parking is available at Blue Shield located at 4203 Town Center Boulevard, with shuttle buses running consistently beginning at 5 p.m. Event sponsors include Mercy Hospital, Wells Fargo Bank, Marshall Medical, Selland’s Market Café, California Welcome Center, Bistro 33, the Mansour Company, Folsom Lake Ford/KIA, Waste Connections, Mechanics Bank and Town Center Bike & Tri.

About El Dorado Hills Town Center
El Dorado Hills Town Center is an extraordinary destination nestled in El Dorado Hills, California. Featuring shops, restaurants, nightlife, entertainment and amenities in a scenic pedestrian- and family-friendly atmosphere, Town Center provides one stop to shop, dine, stay and play.

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