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Starting next week: Music in MacArthur Park

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Music in MacArthur Park kicks off Sept. 11.
  • Music in MacArthur Park kicks off Sept. 11.

For the next three Wednesdays, you can check out some free live music at MacArthur Park, and if you're so inclined, you can enjoy some food from food trucks and/or beer and wine for a donation, which will benefit the park. Don't bring any coolers, but dogs and lawn chairs are A-OK.

Here are the dates:

* Sept. 11 — Fire & Brimstone bring the reggae sounds, with Caribbean fare available from Bryant's BBQ.

* Sept. 18 — Kirk Anderton & Quentin May offer up some Southern rock, with food served by Clyde & Kiddo's.

* Sept. 25 — The Steve Giles Jam Band, with beer & brats served up by MacArthur Park Group. The concert is free but the food and drinks are $7-$15.

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