Summer Music Series ~ Tortilla Soup!
July 31, 2019 –
Presented by Google! Stage Sponsor @WalmartLabs Sunnyvale
FREE stre et concert along with outdoor market! Stop by vendor booths and shop while being entertained by great local bands.
Dance and sing into the summer night and carry the fun on at local restaurants and nightclubs. It's the sound of the summer in downtown Sunnyvale.
Every Wednesday - Through August 28 ~ 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM Historic Murphy Avenue Plan to visit the local shops and restaurants. No advance tickets required.
July 24 – Tortilla Soup Music Inc!
Enjoy salsa, Latin and funk dance music!
See this year's line-up here:
Thanks to our Sponsors :
City of Sunnyvale, California (Government), Cityline Sunnyvale Construction, Specialty Solid Waste & Recycling, PremierOne Credit Union Sunnyvale Downtown
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Historic Murphy Ave. in Sunnyvale is a short walk from the Sunnyvale Caltrain station and VTA's 53, 54, and 55 bus lines. It's also a 5-10 minute walk from El Camino Real and VTA's 22 and 522 Rapid bus lines.
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