The Livermore Cultural Arts Council (LCAC) is a coalition of non-profit arts and education groups supporting each other through networking, resource sharing, and coordination. These collaborative efforts serve to strengthen the organizations while promoting greater community engagement in the cultural arts.
LCAC mission: The Livermore Cultural Arts Council promotes cultural and educational activities within the greater Tri-Valley and strives to heighten community awareness of andA appreciation for the arts.
Summer Tuesday Tunes is Back!
“Tuesday Tunes” returns after a two-year Covid-19 hiatus.
The Shea Homes Stage in the Livermore Plaza adjacent to the Bankhead Theater will be alive with music at 6:45 pm from Tuesday June 14th through August 16th. The Livermore Cultural Arts Council opens its free 10-concert family-friendly series with “Dirty Cello”, a band that played in the Bankhead Theater last December.
June 21st features local jazz favorite “Matt Finders and Friends” and “Element 116”.
Shea Homes is a major sponsor of this series. Additional funding comes from Fremont Bank, Las Positas College Foundation, Uncle Credit Union, Uncle Yu’s at the Vineyards, The Independent, and Joan and Lynn Seppala.
This series has something for everyone Click the button below to see a complete schedule and details about each band. (also on the LCAC Facebook page)
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