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Lazy Locals Mother’s Day Concert: Próxima Parada

Sunday May 8th @ 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Bring a chair, bring your friends and enjoy the free live music! Food avail­able for pur­chase from Hun­gry Moth­er Truck.

Próx­i­ma Para­da grooves while singing about per­son­al growth. At their shows, peo­ple have a hell of a lot of fun let­ting loose, feel­ing what­ev­er they got­ta feel. Songs like Begin Again and It Don’t Feel the Same speak to the peo­ple they are work­ing to be, and yet, these deeply per­son­al sto­ries become uni­ver­sal, as lis­ten­ers con­nect them to their own lives. The result is bob­bing heads and feel­ing uplift­ed. Their new album, Sec­ond Broth­er, is full of sooth­ing lyrics and groove. The first sin­gle, 24 Brand-New Hours, feels like a giant, joy­ous reset but­ton. Dream­ing Out Loud con­nects us with peo­ple we can no longer con­nect with. And both A Peace of Their Own and Feel­ing Noth­ing fea­ture pow­er­ful and grace­ful female lead vocal­ists. What began as a group of col­lege friends want­i­ng to spread joy to their com­mu­ni­ty in San Luis Obis­po, Cal­i­for­nia has led to nation­al tours and their songs reach­ing a glob­al audi­ence online. It has already been an incred­i­ble jour­ney, and Próx­i­ma Para­da is just get­ting started.

For more infor­ma­tion vis­it: www.proximaparadamusic…


Food avail­able for pur­chase from Hun­gry Moth­er Truck