Celebrate July 4th at Shoreline With the SF Symphony & Fireworks
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The last date listed for 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular With the San Francisco Symphony was Thursday July 4, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Known for his smooth blues-rock sound, two-time Grammy Award-winning artist Kenny Loggins has 12 platinum albums under his belt. He first rose to fame as part of the duo Loggins and Messina before embarking on a meteoric solo career during which he penned and recorded such enduring hits as "Footloose," "Danger Zone," "Celebrate Me Home," I'm Alright" and the Grammy-winning "This Is It." Now in his fourth decade of performing, he's still going strong. His latest album, a Disney collaboration titled All Join In, includes songs for the whole family. It is, as Loggins puts it, "a tasty musical gumbo, full of a lot of colors and flavors." Loggins is also writing yet another chapter in his storied career by teaming with two all-star country musicians to form the trio Blue Sky Riders. Country Music Hall of Famer Gary Burr has written hits for everyone from Conway Twitty to Christina Aguilera, while singer-songwriter Georgia Middleman's songs have been recorded by some of country music's top artists, including Keith Urban, Faith Hill and Martina McBride. Blue Sky Riders released their debut album last year and have already appeared on The Tonight Show and at the prestigious SXSW music fest in Austin. Learn More
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We only got to see the last 40 min of the Symphony, the parking was a big issue here, really bad experience, we had to wait to park for almost 2 hours, it was very disappointing, we actually wanted to turn back and leave already, but once in there is no return way. When we got there, they only charge cash, which was not posted in any signs. We had to go back to look for an ATM... We finally parked, and had to walk quite far to get to the Amphiteather, we finally got there after 9pm. But the Symphony was totally worth it and the fireworks were great, definitely we had a happy ending for the night , the shows were great!
Concert length is approximately two hours.