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Valley Cultural Foundation Covid-19 Message


Dear Valley Cultural Foundation community,

Given the ongoing uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic surrounding when public gatherings in Los Angeles will once again be permitted, let alone encouraged and celebrated, and out of great concern for the health, safety and well-being of our community, Valley Cultural Foundation (VCF) has made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 summer concert season for both Concerts on the Green and NoHo Summer Nights.

This decision did not come easily, as it impacts many people in our community, including our dedicated Valley Cultural Foundation staff and crew, artists, presenting partners, community partners, volunteers, vendors and sponsors, in addition to the tens of thousands of friends, families and neighbors who enjoy free VCF concerts in Warner Park and North Hollywood Park every summer.

As we navigate this unprecedented time, in addition to safeguarding the health of our community, we also had to consider the long-term sustainability of our nonprofit organization. Valley Cultural Foundation can no longer provide the same concert season we had originally planned. However, we are working hard to continue providing FREE programs and events for our community, including Drive-In Movie Nights and Emerging Artist Online Streaming. We will also begin working on smaller concerts for the winter when permitted.

In these most challenging times, Valley Cultural Foundation is committed to continue shining a light on the incredible artists, vendors, and partners that contribute to our diverse and vibrant programs. In the mean time please stay tuned to VCF social media for all updates.

We look forward to when we can all once again come together on the Warner Park and North Hollywood Park lawns and experience the joy of free, live music under the stars. Until we meet again, your ongoing support of Valley Cultural Foundation is deeply appreciated as we continue our mission of embracing diversity of talent, community, business and education, by providing live entertainment programs and events in the arts. Together we can continue building community through music.

Be well and stay safe,
— Valley Cultural Foundation Board of Directors & Staff