Visit Atascadero

Saturday in the Park ~ Summer Concert Series featuring Crisptones

June 29, 2019

6:30pm ~ 8:30pm

Enjoy the sounds of summer at Atascadero’s Saturday in the Park, 2019 Summer Concert Series, to be held on Saturday, June 29th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Atascadero Lake Park Bandstand.  Saturday’s concert will feature Crisptones!

The Crisptones Band have truly been a staple on the Central Coast for over 10 years! Awarded Contemporary Band of the year in 2007 by the LA Music Awards, Singer Song Writer of the year by the Dallas Song Writers Association, and have many other accolades opening for bands such as Acoustic Alchemy, Firefall, Stepping Wolf, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with John McEuen and many others. Crisptones have a wide variety of original music as well as a great cover band for many of the greats, Beatles, Billy Joel, Dwight Yokem just to name a few. Dance music is a happening with the Crisptones, so bring your dancing shoes!  Robin Crisp on electric guitar and vocals, Dugie Mark Crisp on acoustic guitar and vocals, Johnny Punches on bass and vocals, Howard Emmens on drums and vocals, and Michael Hopkins on Steel Guitar. To learn more about the band, visit their website at www.crisptones.com.  If you are hungry, Zen Dog and Kona Ice will be there selling delicious gourmet food and treats! 

Concerts will be every Saturday through September 14th (exceptions are June 22, July 13, August 10 & August 17th).

 Mark your calendars for the following band schedule:

June 29th                Crisptones  - Classic Rock

July 6th                    Dulcie Taylor Band   -  Folk Rock

July 20th                  The Cinders  -  Blues

July 27th                  Martin Paris Band – Classic Rock/ New Country

August 3rd              The Jammies - Classic Rock/Reggae/ Funk

August 24th            JD Project – Rock/Blues/Country

August 31st            The Rockin’ B’s Band - Rock/Country/Blues

September 7th       Stellar Band – Rock/Country

September 14th     Soundhouse – Rock/Country/R&B

Concerts are FREE to the public and everyone is encouraged to bring a blanket, low-back chair, and the entire family to relish the warm summer evenings at Atascadero Lake Park.

« Back to Events
Look Who's
At The Zoo!
More Info
Visit Historic
Atascadero City Hall
More Info
Share