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Concerts in the Plaza Ft. Truth About Seafood
September 13 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Downtown SLO and Sunset Honda proudly present the 2019 Concerts in the Plaza Series.
Concerts in the Plaza is a 14-week free summer concert series in Mission Plaza in beautiful Downtown San Luis Obispo.
Woodstock’s Pizza & Backyard | Chamisal Vineyards| Firestone Walker Brewing Co. | Jean Marie Cidery available for purchase.
Concerts attendees are encouraged to bring their own reusable cups to the event (no glass please!), as Downtown SLO honors the City of San Luis Obispo Government ordinance that prohibits single use cups, straws and plastic bottles on City property, including Mission Plaza.
Commemorative Concerts in the Plaza pints will be available for purchase at the bar. Get $1 off your first beer with purchase of cup.
Family friendly | Please, no outside alcoholic beverages | No pets | No smoking | No glass containers | Bar opens at 5:00 PM | Music 5:30-7:30 PM | Please refrain from placing chairs and/or other material on the grassy knoll before 11:30 AM | #ConcertsinthePlaza
About Truth About Seafood:
Truth About Seafood is a longtime favorite of the Central Coast. With a mix of original music and modern/classic rock cover tunes, TAS draws a wide range of fans, making them a perfect fit for events, festivals and rock shows. Influenced by a variety of groups from the Foo Fighters to the Beatles and Red Hot Chili Peppers to Led Zeppelin, Seafood has a vast set list that spans decades of rock in a high energy show. In the past few years, the band has played a number of reputable concert events including Concerts in the Plaza (SLO), Concerts in the Park (Paso Robles), CA Festival of Beers, and Visalia Beer Festivals, Taste of SLO, Live on the Rocks (The Cliffs, Shell Beach), and wineries and breweries across Central California. TAS has had the honor of sharing the stage with Stone Temple Pilots, Toad the Wet Sprocket, the Mother Hips, Steel Panther and the Young Dubliners. The band recently won “Best Rock Song” in the New Times’ “NEWTIE” awards for their original song, “Butcher and the Bride.”