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California Feetwarmers To Perform At Today’s Jazz On The Lawn:

The Jazz on the Lawn summer concert series continues at Santa Monica’s Stewart Street Park this afternoon with the California Feetwarmers.

Presented by Santa Monica Cultural Affairs, the free family-friendly concerts draw people of all ages who come to dance, picnic, relax, and enjoy lively music in the park each Sunday from 5 pm to 7 pm.

Attendees can bring a picnic or grab a bite to eat at one of the food trucks that rotate each week.

Te California Feetwarmers are a band of entertaining musicians who breathe new life into the old-time sound of Ragtime, swing, and New Orleans jazz..

Next Sunday the free August concert series concludes on Aug. 30 with Brasil Brazil who will play popular Brazilian melodies with a variety of vivacious rhythms and explosive sound.

To complement the eclectic music line-up, concertgoers can sample cuisine from a variety of food trucks each week.

Today, Tokyo Doggy Style brings delicious hot dogs with a Japanese twist, and Hungry Nomad and The Pudding Truck return.

On Aug. 30, Slammin’ Sliders returns, California Taco Bear offers delicious taco transformations, and King Kone serves ice cream, the perfect dessert for a hot summer day.

Stewart Street Park amenities include a children’s playground, restrooms and handicap parking. Free parking is available after 3:30 pm across the street at 1831 Stewart Street.

The free jazz concert series each Sunday in August will run from 5-7 pm at Stewart Street Park, 1836 Stewart Street. Free bike valet available.

Ride Big Blue Bus Route 5 to any concert. Board and/or exit at Westbound or Eastbound Olympic and Stewart (only $1 each way). Visit bigbluebus.com to plan your trip.

Free parking available after 3:30 pm in the Agensys lot, 1800 Stewart Street.

For more information, visit smgov.net/jazz or facebook.com/jazzonthelawn.

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