The Valley Cultural Foundation (VCF) will be celebrating yet another season of Concerts and Movies at Warner Ranch Park, and it is set to be a very special season indeed!
The season will open on June 19 with an R&B Emerging Artist Showcase and end with Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth, Wind & Fire on August 28.
Check out the full line up in our events calendar here
Food trucks and pre packaged foods will return this summer providing you with a wide variety assorted foods and flavors that will entice almost everyone’s taste buds. Also don’t forget to stop by vendor row and check out all the booths. Support these local shops and organizations as they will be handing out goodies, informational material, and discounts for new customers.
Concerts are held on Sunday afternoon’s beginning at 5:30 p.m., with an opening act from VCF’s Emerging Artists performing original work. The headline act will begin at approximately 6:30 p.m., continuing through 8:15 p.m. Come and enjoy an evening of great music and make memories with your loved ones.
Sponsorship opportunities are available but limited. Please call the office if you are interested in being part of the Summer fun!
Parking for concerts is available for a $15 donation in the adjacent parking structure located directly behind the stage on Califa Street – accessible on Califa between Topanga and Owensmouth. Parking for Movies is available for a $5 donation in the same structure, accessible by the Califa entrance only.
We will be working in compliance with LA County Department of Health Regulations and ask everyone to be COVID conscious!
Founded in 1975, the Valley Cultural Foundation’s mission is to provide live entertainment programs and events in the arts, embracing diversity of talent, community and business throughout the San Fernando Valley.
Warner Park is located at: 21820 Califa Street, Woodland Hills, CA 91367, (Lou Bredlow Pavilion).
VCF’s executive offices are located at: 21600 Oxnard Street, Suite 128, Woodland Hills, CA 91367.
For more information, contact VCF at (818) 704-1358 or visit www.valleycultural.org.