As in past years, South Shore Center says it will be presenting a Summer Beats Concert Series, a free, live music event starting next month and ending in late August.
The first concert is set for 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 19, with Mike Amaral’s California Beach Boys, a tribute rock band playing the Beach Boys’ classic hits. All performances take place in the Center Court.
Along with music, the concert series features family activities like face painting, henna tattoos, raffles and more. R&B Wine Cellars will sells some of its top wines at the event, as well.
Community members are asked to support the Alameda Unified School District’s Equipped 4 Success school-supply drive by donating basic items to fill backpacks for low-income students. All wine sales from the concert benefit the drive.
South will present these other shows this summer, from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday:
– Aug. 2, Tito Garcia Y Su Orquesta Internacional (Latin/salsa)
– Aug. 16, Sun Kings (Beatles tribute band)
– Aug. 30., Pure Ecstasy (MoTown)
Recently, South Shore announced that Studio Grow, an indoor play center that provides drop-in programs for children ages 0 to 6 years old plans to open at the retail center in mid-June.
“Studio Grow, which was founded in Berkeley in 2006, chose South Shore Center for its newest Bay Area location because it is Alameda’s premier lifestyle destination, particularly for young families,” said Julie Taylor, senior vice president of Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank, in a press release.