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Come for the Students. Stay for the Concert.

Two high-energy dance bands will rock City Green at April 30 Centennial Celebration

collages of the two bands performing at event

No celebration is complete without music and dancing. After an afternoon of student performances and impressive museum exhibits, the Campbell City Green will come alive to the sounds of two great dance bands, from 4-7 p.m.

Headlining the Centennial Concert is Clean Slate, a professional ten-piece dance band that delivers a dynamic crowd-pleasing show with powerful vocals, a tight rhythm section and a powerful horn section. They deliver an "Old School R & B Review" blended with the best dance music of the last five decades.

Opening for Clean Slate is Gina and the Tonics. Lead singer and Village School Teacher Gina Koepf promises a great time from the “rock and dance band with a twist”.

If You’re Going…

  • Parking is available at nearby public lots. 
  • Bring a blanket or low folding chair for yourself and others in our group.
  • Barbecue and other refreshments will be available for purchase at the event.

Centennial Celebration and Concert sponsors: Campbell Chamber Community Foundation, Campbell Union School District, City of Campbell, Mathnasium, A Party Place, Sutton Swim School, Kiwanis, Campbell Press, volunteer staff, students and families.