Summer Concerts in the Park

Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, and picnics, then sit back and relax to the sounds of summer! Jackets or sweaters are recommended as the weather often cools during the latter part of the event. The Summer Concerts in the Park are free and well attended; early arrival to obtain prime lawn seating is encouraged. Concert goers are asked to leave pets at home.

Location: Conejo Community Park, 1175 Hendrix Avenue, Thousand Oaks CA 91360 (off Gainsborough Road, at the intersection of Dover and Hendrix Avenues)
Time:  All concerts are free and begin promptly at 5:00pm

2017 Summer Concert Line-Up

Memorial Day, Monday, May 29: LA ALLSTARS     
(Headline Sponsor: City of Thousand Oaks)


Get ready to dance! Following Jonathan Dane's "Taps" trumpet solo in recognition of Memorial Day, the high-energy LA ALLSTARS 10+ piece band hit the stage with a dynamic show and outstanding vocalists covering multiple music styles, including current hits, classic rock, rhythm & blues, Motown, disco, standard jazz, and swing. Their powerful musical style provides original performances that are hip, edgy, and contemporary. With a vast song list including "Piece of My Heart" by Janis Joplin, "24K" & "Uptown Funk" by Bruno Mars, "Shut Up and Dance with Me" by Walk the Moon, "Summer of 69" by Bryan Adams, "Cake by the Ocean" by DNCE, "Country Girl (Shake It For Me) " by Luke Bryan, "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, "Let's Go Crazy"  by Prince and "Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns 'n Roses, they will have you on your feet singing and dancing in no time.;

Independence Day, Tuesday, July 4: Walking Phoenixes     

(Headline Sponsor: The Cohen Medical Centers)


Patriotic plus country, it just doesn't get any better! Join us for the Independence Day performance. Special guests Jenna Ryin & Alana Marie start the concert off with a stirring rendition of the National Anthem, followed by the Walking Phoenixes, taking the stage Johnny Cash-style with their signature "all black" 3-piece suits to perform not only some of Cash's biggest hits, but also a number of country-style patriotic selections such as "Born in the USA," "American Soldier," "Courtesy of the Red White and Blue," "Made in America," "Proud to Be An American," "God Bless the USA," and "Stars, Stripes and the Eagles Fly.";

Sunday, July 23: The Neil Deal 

(Headline Sponsors: Conejo Community Center, Conejo Open Space Conservancy Agency-COSCA)     

Bringing decades of music from legendary rock music groups Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and Neil Young to life, this highly acclaimed Southland tribute band The Neil Deal performs an extensive catalog of hit songs tracking Young's multi-generational career, including his remarkable years as a solo performer. The set list includes unforgettable favorites "Like a Hurricane," "Sugar Mountain," "Woodstock," "Heart of Gold," "Suite Judy Blue Eyes," "Cinnamon Girl," "Harvest Moon," "For What It's Worth," "Down By the River," "Ohio," and "Rockin' in the Free World.";

Sunday, August 13: Green Today & Blink-180True     

(Headline Sponsor: California American Water)


Dedicated to preserving the indelible rock music of the 90's, Green Today and Blink-180TRUE bring their extraordinary talent to the Conejo Valley this summer. Green Today: A Tribute to Green Day brings the songs, look, harmonies and hooks that Green Day fans deserve. Performing Green Day music from a span of 20+ years, their repertoire includes "Time of Your Life (Good Riddance", "American Idiot," "When I come Around," "Wake Me When September Ends," and "Basket Case." Paying tribute to Blink-182, Blink-180TRUE performs a true-to-era show highlighting songs from the band's 1995 to 2003-era concerts, complete with exact band attire plus the jokes and stage antics that cemented Blink-182 as an arena rock staple in the early 2000's. The song list includes "First Date," "The Rock Show," "All the Small Things," "Dammit," and "What's My Age Again.";;;

Labor Day, Monday, September 4: Melvin Seals and JGB
(Jerry Garcia Band)     
(Headline Sponsor: Thousand Oaks Acorn)

Based in San Francisco, Melvin Seals and JGB bring an intuitive, expressive style, soul, spontaneity, and remarkable musical chops to the table. In 1980, Seals joined the Jerry Garcia Band, taking over the band's leadership after Jerry's untimely death in 1995. Under Melvin's direction, the original group- slightly renamed "Melvin Seals and JGB" - pays tribute to Garcia by performing his songs and remaining faithful to his style. The set list includes "Cats Under the Stars," "Tough Mama," "I'm a Roadrunner," "Mission in the Rain," "I Second That Emotion," "Here Comes the Sun," and "The Harder They Come." With band members who are part of the original Jerry Garcia Band, this shows promises to be a real treat!;



Thank You, Summer Concert Series Sponsors!


Parking Information:
 Street Parking ONLY! Parking lot areas are reserved for those with Handicap plates or placards, once all parking spaces are taken the parking lots will be closed for access. 

For those wishing to purchase food, the Thousand Oaks Kiwanis will be providing their delicious BBQ specialties at the Memoral Day and Labor Day shows. Conejo Center staff will once again offer their famous $1 hot dogs & snow cones at every show! Proceeds benefit the concert series. 

Site Phone:  (805) 495-2163

Sponsorship Information

Summer Concerts in the Park are a special 40+ years' Conejo Valley tradition, made possible due to our generous sponsors. To help keep this longstanding tradition alive, businesses, families & individuals are all encouraged to support this 5-concert series.

    Donate to the Summer Concerts Series HERE
    Summer Concerts Fact Sheet (PDF)   
    Summer Concerts Sponsorship Opportunities (PDF) 
For further Sponsorship information, contact Brenda Coleman, Recreation Services Manager at (805) 495-6471 or email

Artists subject to change without notice.