The Heroes open summer concert series; swinging sounds up next!

The Cove fills up with a large crowd of people who sit and listen or dance to The Heroes’ music.

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Photo by Brittany Comunale

La Jolla Concerts by the Sea launched its 2011 season with rockin’ favorites from The Heroes on July 10.

The free, music and dancing party continues this Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Scripps Park at La Jolla Cove with Benny Hollman’s Big Band Explosion. Upcoming: July 24: The Zydeco, Cajun blues. July 31: Navy Band Southwest’s Showband West, contemporary rock. Aug. 7: Blue Breeze Band, Motown/R&B/soul. Aug. 14: Big Time Operator, swing. Aug. 21: Laotizer, contemporary jazz. Aug. 28: Rockola, classic rock. Sept. 4: Bill Magee Blues Band.

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