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Are you ready to party? KCRW Summer Nights 2019 calendar announced!

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A summer full of fun is waiting for you! 
We are so excited to announce the schedule for our 10th year of KCRW Summer Nights!

Beginning Saturday, June 1, KCRW hits the road with a series of free, all ages, outdoor shows featuring live band performances and DJ sets around Southern California.

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Make sure to sign up for our super exclusive newsletter, SPF10 for an insider’s look at each Summer Night.

New this summer, we’ll be heading south with 2 stops in Downtown Long Beach.
and … keep your Saturdays in August free … KCRW’s not-to-be-missed HQ series is back! Talent will be announced next month!

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ALL-AGES & ALL FREE!
KCRW’S SUMMER NIGHTS BEGIN ON JUNE 1.
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Saturday, June 1
Harriet Brown +
KCRW DJ Garth Trinidad

ONE COLORADO, Old Pasadena

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Saturday, June 15
Girlpool +
KCRW DJ Chris Douridas

ONE COLORADO, Old Pasadena

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Saturday, July 13
KCRW DJs Jason Bentley +
Raul Campos

CHINATOWN, Downtown L.A.

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Saturday, July 27
KCRW DJs Anthony Valadez +
Mathieu Schreyer

Pow! Wow! Long Beach, International Mural Festival

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and so much more

Visit kcrw.com/summernights
for a complete list of dates, venues & talent.

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