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By Lillian Boyd

The City of Dana Point hopes for music to continue to be a major part of the summer in the community with the announcement that, in addition to local concerts and festivals, the Pacific Symphony will bring its free mobile community concert experience to Dana Point.

Pacific Symphony musicians are performing free outdoor chamber music concerts across Orange County this summer as part of its new “Symphony on the Go!” mobile stage. The brightly wrapped traveling stage features colorful images of Pacific Symphony musicians and Music Director Carl St. Clair.

The free 45-minute pop-up concerts are held from 7-7:45 p.m. and will be at Pines Park on Wednesday, July 14, and Sea Canyon Park on Wednesday, August 11. All guests should bring a blanket or lawn chair.

For more information, contact the City of Dana Point Recreation Division at, or call 949.248.3536. For information about the” Symphony on the Go!” program, visit

Lillian Boyd Lillian Boyd is the senior editor for Picket Fence Media and city editor for Dana Point Times. She graduated with a degree in journalism from Humboldt State University. Her work experience includes interviewing incarcerated individuals in the Los Angeles County jails, an internship at the Pentagon covering U.S. Army news as well as reporting and anchoring for a local news radio station in Virginia. Follow her on Twitter @Lillianmboyd and follow Dana Point Times at @danapointtimes.

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