Woodland Hills, CA, (April 12, 2021) The Valley Cultural Foundation (VCF) will be returning this summer for the 46th concert season at Warner Ranch Park. Nora Ross, CEO, stated that after this last year we are all looking forward to returning to the park to enjoy music, friends, and the return to normalcy, although a bit different.
In line with COVID restrictions, we will be opening the season later than usual, starting June 27, 2021 and have ten concerts through September 5th, 2021 as well as Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s July 4th Extravaganza hosted by Woodland Hills Porsche.
The Concert Season Includes:
- June 27th – An Evening of Original R&B music staring the rising talents of Terrell Edwards, Brittney Crush, and AV!VA
- July 4th – Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s July 4th Extravaganza presented by Woodland Hills Porsche starring TICKET TO RIDE with opening act Illunis
- July 11th – Kenny Cetera’s Chicago Experience
- July 18th – The Coma La Flor Band, Tribute to Selena
- July 25th – Surf City All Stars, Tribute to The Beach Boys
- August 1 – Heart vs. Fleetwood Mac
- August 8 – Rising bands Plastic Culture, Beyond the Reserve, and Strange Brew
- August 15 – One Hit Wonders with the Tribe and special Guests
- August 22 – The Long Run, Tribute to the Eagles
- August 29 – Tierra
- September 5 – To be Announced
With the COVID restrictions there will be changes in the park during our events and we ask that all that attend and for the safety of others that all adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Los Angeles County Health Department and Department of Recs and Park of Los Angeles.
What we know of as of today*
- We will require that there be a minimum of 6’ separation between you and the next group.
- All aisles must stay clear throughout the entirety of our events – no dancing outside of your designated area.
- Groups can have up to 6 people (from the same household) in the same area.
- Mask will be encouraged throughout all of our events when outside of your core group.
- Food Truck Orders must be placed in advance, there will be no standing in line.
- There will be vendor booths, with a wider separation between them and 6’ spacing with limited number of guests at each table.
- There will be no Beer and Wine Garden this summer, Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in the park at any time.
- As of April 8th, 2021 proof of vaccination will be required for all large-scale outdoor event attendees.
*All regulations are subject to change based off of LA County Health Orders.
VCF’s entire schedule of free programming and events can be found on its website by visiting www.valleycultural.org, or by calling the hotline at 818-888-0822.
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.
Concerts are held on Sunday afternoon’s beginning at 5:30 p.m., with an opening act from VCF’s Emerging Artists Showcase performing original work. The headline act will begin at approximately 6:30 p.m., continuing through 8:15 p.m.
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.