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Tour Dates 10/06/2019

Midtown Social Brings New California Soul To The 2019 Marin Summer Nights Music Series On July 13

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Midtown Social Brings New California Soul To The 2019 Marin Summer Nights Music Series On July 13
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) "An alabaster statue would have two-stepped to that magic." - SF Weekly
With Midtown Social it's time to stretch, hydrate, and double-knot those dancing shoes, because San Francisco's favorite soul party band is here to quench thirsts. Their freshly squeezed blend of California soul, funk and rock is downright irresistible. Midtown Social is a tour de force, but it's more than just a band.

Together, these musicians are a collaborative community of writers, arrangers and artists. When they're on stage, they invite attendees into the family. MTS serves up food for hungry souls — fuel for a revolution of free, open and creative thought and asks all to come together, find common ground, love & camaraderie, to fight for communities, way of life, and rights — to stand together as one. They are black and white, queer and straight, married and single and represent the face of young America- and they are the new California Soul.

The venue offers pop-up restaurant dinners, Peet's coffee and snacks, cocktails and more available for purchase. The Kid Zone includes a playground and hands-on project for the little ones and festival shopping is made possible by Good Will Industries. For some added fun, check out this heart bingo bonus code guide.

What: New California Soul music, outdoors in a beautiful, safe, natural, and family-friendly setting.
Tickets: From $26. Kids 17 and under free. Details available at
When: Sat. July 13 @ 7 pm. Doors: 6:15 p.m. Gen Ad/ 6 p.m. VIP/Reserved
More: Dinners, snacks, coffee, tea, sodas, beer, wine, and cocktails available for purchase or bring a picnic. No glass or alcohol allowed thru gates.

The Osher Marin JCC's outdoor music series has been created to celebrate diversity, discover commonalities, and bring generations together through live music. Four consecutive Saturday nights of great music will take place under beautiful Marin Skies in an intimate and beautiful setting.

2019 Summer Nights Series
7/13: New California Soul - Midtown Social
7/20: Afro-Cuban - Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca
7/27: Americana Rock n Roll - Danny Click & the Hell Yeahs
8/3: Latin Big Band - Pacific Mambo Orchestra

The Osher Marin JCC is a non-profit organization that has been sustaining Jewish culture, building community and enriching lives in Marin for 70 years. We invite you to join our community - a multi-generational place where people of all faiths and interests can enhance their mind, body and soul. Since its founding in 1948, the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center has played a vital role in Marin County. We all seek meaning and fulfillment in life. We want to be part of a warm, accepting community and to do our part to make the world a better place. Our JCC stands as a beacon of tolerance and inclusion. We strive to sustain Jewish culture and build cross-cultural understanding while enhancing the lives of those in the community at large. We work with a multitude of partners to collaborate towards an over-arching goal we all desire of tikkun olam, to repair our world and society.

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