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Fog City Swampers to close out Danville's 33rd Music in the Park

Final show set for Saturday, weekend before school begins

School is right around the corner which means the end of summer has nearly arrived.

The town of Danville won’t let the season slip away without a bang however, celebrating with its final Music in the Park show for this year on Saturday.

The goodbye to summer show will feature a performance by the Northern California all-around classic rock and tribute band, the Fog City Swampers.

“Whether you’re a ‘Mississippi Queen’ or a ‘Simple Man,’ this classic rock band will serve up a generous helping of rock and roll goodness. Expect to hear classics by artists like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash and more,” Danville officials said.

Fog City Swampers are also well known for performing classic hits by AC/DC, Journey, The Knack, Tom Petty and The Alabama Shakes, to name a few more.

Danville officials said they want residents to know that during the show Front Street will be closed between the Village Theatre and Art Gallery and the Danville Library. Because of the high pedestrian traffic associated with this event, the street closure will be in place from 4:30-10 p.m. motorists are advised to use caution through the area.

This is the last of the summer concert series and will be held Saturday on the Danville Town Green, 400 Front St. from 6-8 p.m.

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