Save the Date!
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Orange Memorial Park
The South San Francisco Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to present the fourth annual Concert in the Park on Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 11:00am to 4:30pm on the soccer field at Orange Memorial Park, located on West Orange Avenue at Tennis Drive in South San Francisco. This fun and free family-oriented community event will feature fun music performances and a variety of activities for all ages. More details to come, please check back soon!
|10:00am||Farmers'Market opens (Tennis Dr. Parking Lot)|
|11:00am||El Camino High School Jazz Band performs (Main Stage)|
|Family Fun Zone opens (Baseball Field)|
|Food Trucks open (Soccer Field)|
|Beer & Wine Sales open (Soccer Field)|
|Bocce Ball / Free Lessons (Bocce Ball Courts)|
|12:15pm||South San Francisco High School Jazz Band performs (Main Stage)|
|1:00pm||Zumba for all (Dance Floor)|
|Karaoke for all (Joseph A. Fernekes Building)|
|Photo Booth Fun (Joseph A. Fernekes Building)|
|2:00pm||Farmers' Market closes (Tennis Dr. Parking Lot)|
|2:30pm||Kids Bubble Zone opens (Soccer Field near the playground)|
|3:00pm||Opening Remarks (Main Stage) / MALO performs (Main Stage)|
|Family Fun Zone closes (Baseball Field)|
|Karaoke closes (Joseph A. Fernekes Building)|
|4:00pm||Kids Bubble Zone closes (Soccer Field near the Playground)|
|Photo Booth closes (Joseph A. Fernekes Building)|
|Food/Drink services close (Soccer Field)|
|Bocce Ball / Free Lessons ends (Bocce Ball Courts)|
|11:00am||El Camino High School Jazz Band|
|12:15pm||South San Francisco High School Jazz Band|
About the Band
Malo, well known for their 1972 hit single, “Suavecito”, is a legendary Latin Rock band with roots in the Bay Area, starting with lead singer Arcelio Garcia, who played in a popular Bay Area band called the Malibus in the mid-sixties. A few years into the career of the Malibus, guitarist Jorge Santana, the brother of the famous Carlos Santana, joined the band. In 1970, the Malibus changed their name to Malo.
Malo signed with Warner Borthers Records and released their first album in 1972, simply titled “Malo”. Between 1972 to 1975, Malo released three more albums titled “Dos”, “Evolution”, and “Ascencion”. Malo has toured the world, playing with such rock greats as The Rolling Stones, WAR, Tierra, El Chicano, and Queen, and still continue to tour. Malo’s current lineup includes: Arcelio Garcia, lead vocals and leader of the group; Jay Rossetti, Lead Guitar; Shadow, Bass; David George, Drums; Daniel Cervantes, Keyboards; David Mack Castillo, Congas; Gibby Ross, Timbales; Jack Musgrove, Trumpet; Brian Beukelman, Trumpet; and Pete Rodriguez, Trumpet / Trombone.