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Instead of wringing their hands at the unexpected loss, however, festival organizers looked around and quickly found a substitute location not far away, on First Street. Acts that had been slated for the Rep will now perform at the grand California Theatre, home of Opera San Jose and Symphony Silicon Valley. Only two weeks before the opening of this year’s 25th anniversary festival, Summer Fest executive director Brendan Rawson was still making arrangements for the replacement venue. Says Rawson, “We’re making lemonade out of lemons going to the California. It turns out this will work really well.” ballet shoe brands.

Among the adjustments will be restricting the seating at the theater to the first level; the balcony will be off limits. That will help keep the sense of intimacy the Rep provided ballet shoe brands. As Rawson puts it, “We’re trying to keep the good energy in the house.”. Some of the groups scheduled to appear there on the weekend of Aug. 9-10 will be Jerry González & the Fort Apache Band; Donald Harrison with special guest Kevin Harris; the Gypsy All Stars; and the Denise Perrier Trio with Houston Person..

Even with the loss of the Rep, Summer Fest will boast a dozen outdoor and indoor stages, starting with the Main Stage at downtown’s Plaza de César Chavez Park, the heart of the action. Headliners include Bootsy Collins and Con Funk Shun on Aug. 8; Snarky Puppy, Soul Rebels, Conjunto Chappottin y Sus Estrellas, and Ledisi on Aug ballet shoe brands. 9; and on Aug. 10, David Sanborn, Joey DeFrancesco, Warren Wolf & Gene Lake, the San Jose Jazz Camp Combo, and Monty Alexander and the Harlem-Kingston Express..

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