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Tesoro Viejo kicks off Live on the Lawn in just two days! See you there!

Tesoro Viejo Announces Return of its Outdoor Concert Series

Tesoro Viejo kicks off its 2022 outdoor concert series, Live on the Lawn, on Friday, April 29.

WHO:  Tesoro Viejo, the premier master-planned community in Madera County.

WHAT: Tesoro Viejo announces the return of its outdoor concert series, Live on the Lawn, with a new line-up for 2022.

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Dakota Crossing.

2022 Concert Dates and Bands

April 29:  Dakota Crossing (Country)

May 20:  Midnight Run (The Sounds of Journey)

September 23:  Max Headroom (80’s Tribute Band)

October 21:  Stealing Nicks (Stevie Nicks Tribute Band)

Guests of all ages are welcome to attend. Guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets for seating, and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed. For each of these concerts, there will be multiple food trucks serving dinner, as well as a beer and wine garden for 21-and-older attendees.

This outdoor concert series would not be possible without the support of the Live on the Lawn sponsors. Tesoro Viejo thanks Ponderosa Telephone for their generous contributions and community collaboration.

WHEN: At each concert, live music is from 7 – 9 p.m., with various local food trucks and a 21-and-older beer and wine garden from 6 – 9 p.m.

WHERE: Martin Morgan Amphitheater at Tesoro Viejo. Address and directions listed on map here.

WHY: “We are thrilled to host the third season of our Live on the Lawn outdoor concert series this Spring and Fall,” says Shelle Hartmann, Director of Sales and Events at Tesoro Viejo. “This is a fun, family-friendly event where our residents and neighbors enjoy good food, good music, and good times.”

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Midnight Run – The Sounds of Journey.

About Tesoro Viejo

Tesoro Viejo is an award-winning, 1,600-acre master-planned community located in southeastern Madera County. The community is on its way to becoming a vibrant hub with a walkable town center, Madera County fire station and sheriff substation, schools, resort-style community clubhouse/recreation center, and about 400 acres of permanently preserved natural open space, parks, recreational areas, and miles of trails.

When complete, the community will feature nine residential villages with up to 5,190 homes offering a variety of housing choices to fit all lifestyles and family needs. The community has been recognized for its innovative design and sustainable living. For more information, visit www.tesoroviejo.com.

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