City of Fullerton
Public Information Office

303 W. Commonwealth
Fullerton, CA 92832
Phone: (714) 738-6317


Subject :

Fullerton’s “Concert in the Park” Series with the smooth sounds of “James Intveld”
Contact :Fullerton Museum Center    (714) 738-6545
Fullerton City Manager’s Office    (714) 738-6317
Fullerton, CA – The smooth sounds of John Intveld as he performs at the Fullerton Parks and Recreation Department's popular outdoor summer concert series Wednesday, August 6.

James Intveld is a multi-instrumentalist singer, songwriter and sideman. A highly talented musician, known for his skills with the slap bass, slide, steel, and drums as well as the guitar. He's done everything from playing bass with Dwight Yoakum to lead guitar with the Blasters and most recently with John Fogerty. Some may recognize him  from movies, TV shows and videos and others may find that distinguished voice of the Johnny Depp's character in the movie,  "Cry Baby." Other credits include Sean Penn's directorial debut, "Indian Runner," "Thing Called Love," with River Phoenix, Billy Crystal's HBO production, "#61," and his role starring beside Billy Bob Thorton in the motion picture, "Chrystal".

All concerts in the series are free and will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m.  While food will be available for purchase at the complex, from the Porko Rico Truck, Kettle Masters and Juice It Up, concert-goers are welcome to bring a picnic supper to enjoy, as well as lawn chairs or blankets for seating.  

The Sports Complex is at 560 E. Silver Pine St., which is off Bastanchury Road, west of Brea Boulevard, in the Brea Dam flood control basin.

Parking for the disabled will be available at the site.  

Overflow parking will be provided at the First Evangelical Free Church parking structure on the northwest corner of Bastanchury Road and Brea Boulevard.   Shuttle service will be provided to and from the parking structure and the sports complex from 6-9 pm. 

Further information may be obtained by calling the Parks and Recreation Department’s Information Hotline at (714) 738-3333, or the Fullerton Museum Center at (714) 738-6545.  

Persons requiring special accommodations to attend the concerts are asked to notify the department staff prior to coming to the sports complex.