City of Long Beach 
Public Information Office
411 W. Ocean Blvd, 
Long Beach, CA 90802

‘100 Days of Summer’ to End with Finale Concert by Trinity
Rock the night away to the sounds of Styx, Foreigner and Journey on August 24
Jane Grobaty
Community Information Officer
Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine

The 100 Days of Summer is winding down with a finale concert by the band Trinity, who will play tributes to the rock sounds of Styx, Foreigner and Journey. The event will be held at Marine Stadium, 5255 Paoli Way, on Friday, August 24, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Beginning at 5 p.m., attendees can bring their family to the Kid Zone and purchase dinner with convenient food trucks, including the Cheddar Wheel (quesadillas, nachos and more), Chowdown Food (burgers and sandwiches) and Yogurtland.

“I am proud of the nine-year partnership between Parks, Recreation and Marine and the Long Beach Convention and Visitor’s Bureau to promote “100 Days of Summer” events on a user-friendly website calendar,” said Mayor Robert Garcia. “Families have benefitted from knowing about all the great free recreation options available to them throughout the city to ‘Stay and Play in Long Beach.’”

Trinity is the result of multi-instrumentalist Rich Graham pulling together players to replicate three of rock’s heavyweight bands. He along with vocalist Stu Saddoris, guitarist Sean Michael Clegg, drummer Ty Dennis and bassist Adam Levy, deliver powerful, definitive versions of the greatest hits of the three bands in individual sets.

“This concert is the final event in the ‘100 Days of Summer’ program for 2018,” said Parks, Recreation and Marine Director Geraldo Mouet. “Since Memorial Day weekend, residents have enjoyed free concerts and movies, extended recreation hours at City parks, El Dorado Nature Center and historic site events, and spontaneous fun like hiking, biking, golf, tennis, and swimming.”

For more information on the “100 Days of Summer,” the public can visit

About the City of Long Beach

Home to approximately 480,000 people, the multiple award-winning and innovative City of Long Beach offers all the world-class amenities of a large metropolitan city while maintaining a strong sense of individual and diverse neighborhoods nestled together along the California coast. As a full-service charter city, Long Beach is home to the Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific, several museums and theaters, a highly-rated school district, Long Beach Airport, the Port of Long Beach, as well as many award-winning City departments such as Health, Parks, Recreation and Marine, Development Services and more. The City also has a highly-respected university and city college, two historic ranchos, five hospitals, five golf courses, 170 parks, miles of beaches, marinas, bike paths, and a Bike Share program.

For more information about the City of Long Beach, visit Follow us on social to keep up with the latest news: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

About Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine

Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine Department (PRM) is recognized for excellence in management practices and programs, having received the National Parks and Recreation Association Gold Medal Award four times. PRM provides leisure programs and services to residents and visitors, which improve quality of life in Long Beach. PRM maintains 171 parks with 26 community centers, 320 acres of open space, and 6.1 miles of beaches; implements the City's Open Space Plan, provides recreational opportunities to meet diverse community needs, maintains public marinas, and provides for public safety and the humane treatment of animals.

For more information about Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine programs and services, visit Please “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @LongBeachParks.