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May 18, 2009 (El Cajon)--The 14th Annual Concerts on the Green, the free weekly summer concert series featuring live music for all ages opens Friday, May 22, 2009 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on the Prescott Promenade in Downtown El Cajon. Opening night of 2009 Concerts on the Green will feature the Rock’n Roll sounds of The Cat-illacs. In addition Ed Waymire returns as Master of Ceremonies.

Sponsored by Rock Forever Entertainment and Sycuan Resort and Casino, Concerts on the Green is offered every Friday evening through September 4, 2009. Presented by the El Cajon Community Development Corporation, the family-oriented Concerts on the Green features top entertainers in a friendly park setting every Friday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. From blues to rock, and jazz to swing, there is something for every type of music lover.

Free to the public, the popular Concerts on the Green attracts several hundred spectators each week. Additional sponsors include Toyota of El Cajon.

Bring a picnic, or enjoy dinner at one of several fine restaurants now open on Main Street in Downtown El Cajon. For more information, call the El Cajon CDC at (619) 401-8858, or visit on-line at

2009 Concerts on the Green Schedule

May 22: The Cat-illacs (Rock & Roll)

May 29: The Stilettos (Rockabilly)

June5: The Corvettes (Oldies)

June 12: Smokestaxx (Soul, Jazz, and Rock & Roll)

June 26: Theo and the Zydeco Patrol (New Orleans)

July 3 Java (Dance)

July 10: Diamond is Forever (Neil Diamond Tribute)

July 17: Scott Martin Latin Soul (Latin Soul)

July 24: The Farmers (Americana)

July 31: Bill Magee (Blues)

August 7: The Heroes (Dance)

August 14: The Variations (Big Band)

August 21: Eve Selis (Americana)

August 28: The Coolrays (Beach Boys Tribute)

September 4: FX5 (Dance)

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