The day-long festival is free to the public and kicks off a Summer of outdoor concerts, movie screenings, Shakespeare and events including July 4th fireworks.
From Jazz fusion to Brazilian beats to Aztec dances, there is something for all tastes this Sunday, June 7.
The day starts with the Tizer Quartet – World Fusion and then segues into the energetic stylings of Katia Moraes & Brazilian Hearts. Other performers include the Young Dubliners. Go here for a full schedule.
The evening will round out with The Music of Sly and the Family Stone, featuring “The Family Stone” Phunne And The Family Stone, introducing the group’s new singer, Phunne – aka “fun”.)
Don’t miss a Summer of outdoor concerts, movie screenings and events.
Concerts on the Green are held on Sunday evenings, from June 7– August 30, 2015, starting at 6 PM.
The Concerts in 2015 will be held Sunday afternoons. All concerts start at 6 PM and end at 8 PM unless otherwise notified. Concerts on the Green are held at the beautiful Lou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Park at 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd., in Woodland Hills. There is plenty of room for a late afternoon picnic with the family while being entertained by headline performers.
Parking for Concerts on the Green is available in the parking structure directly behind the stage on Califa Street for $15. Additional parking is available on Owensmouth Avenue in either parking structure between Califa and Oxnard. (see map). Signs are clearly posted.
Movies on the Green are held at the beautiful Lou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Park at 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd., in Woodland Hills.
Featuring mostly popular family-friendly hit movies such as The Lego Movie and Big Hero 6, the films are shown Saturday evenings in August, from August 1 — August 22, 2015, starting roughly at 7 PM.
Parking for Movies on the Green is available in the parking structure on Califa Street for $10. Additional parking is available on Owensmouth Avenue in either parking structure between Califa and Oxnard. (see map). Signs are clearly posted.
VCC World Music and Cultural Arts Festival
June 7, 2015
1:30PM until 8:30PM
Valley Cultural Center
21550 Oxnard #470
Woodland Hills, CA
About The Valley Cultural Center:
Al McKay and the AllStarsFounded in 1975 to assist the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation & Parks in bringing arts and culture to the San Fernando Valley, the Valley Cultural Center has been at the forefront of culture, arts, and arts education for more than 40 years.
The Valley Cultural Center’s free Concerts in the Park was launched in 1975 under the guidance of our first chairwoman, educator Lou Bredlow. Today, the concerts are now known as Concerts on the Green and are still presented free of charge and enjoyed by more 140,000 Valley residents each year. First presented in Shadow Ranch Park, Concerts on the Green has a permanent home at the Lou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Center Park. Built on land generously donated by the Harry Warner family in 1967, the Pavilion was built for $1.3 million dollars, $1,000,000 of which came from Quimby funds and $300,000 from the Valley Cultural Center’s donors. Today, we hold a 25-year lease on the Pavilion from the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation & Parks and the facility is used for a variety of our cultural and arts activities.
The Valley Cultural Center is actively engaged in community outreach and our programs encompass the diverse cultural, social, and artistic dynamics of the Valley. A vital community resource, the Valley Cultural Center provides arts appreciation, music education, and arts outreach for Valley students, as well as programs that support our senior population. Our many Concerts, Movies in the Park, Awards and Scholarships, and Special Events provide rich opportunities for Valley residents to participate in and enjoy the artistic diversity that defines our unique neighborhood.