Great Park

Sand Canyon Ave.
Irvine, CA 92618
For all the manicured sterility that exists in Irvine’s expensive crown jewel known as the Great Park, there’s plenty of flavor to be found if you look hard enough at the concert schedule. As the warm weather increases, so do the chances of catching everything from classically-trained composers to Salsa dancers twirling to Poncho Sanchez and punk rock soirees like the Warped Tour, all taking place in a giant sprawl of lawn or at the Palm Courts Arts Complex. Plans to bring in a Goldenvoice event to the park have been in thr works for years now. When that happens, get ready for the official re-birth of what will easily be the hippest place in Irvine.

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