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CONCERT SERIES TO BEGIN TUESDAY.

Byline: Daily News

VALENCIA -- Westfield Valencia Town Center will host the free 2006 Hot Summer Nights concert series beginning Tuesday.

Concerts will be performed at 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Aug. 8. The series will be held outside the main entrance to the mall, on Town Center Drive.

Each concert will feature a charity drawing, and audience members can buy tickets to win prizes from mall retailers. Proceeds will go to the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley. Prizes include gift baskets from Starbucks and Auntie Anne's Pretzels, as well as gifts from Pottery Barn, Bellini, Salt Creek Grill and more.

Concierge services also will be extended to the concert series. Staffers will give away balloons and provide hand fans and mobile misting to help the audience keep cool.

The concert schedule is:

Tuesday: Boogie Knights, a disco revival band.

July 25: Radio Disney Family Night will feature Kristy Frank, The Truth Squad and Daniel Patrick Ellis, who will perform while kids enjoy face painting, balloon animals, popcorn and games. Additionally, actors Rob Pinkston from MTV's ``Punk'd''; Lindsey Shaw from ``Ned's Declassified''; Kyle Massey from ``That's So Raven''; and Lauren Storm from NBC's Disney Kids series ``Flight 29 Down'' will sign autographs.

Aug. 1: Kings of Swing will perform diverse musical styles including classic Sinatra, blues and contemporary dance favorites.

Aug. 8: The Spazmatics, an '80s pop and New Wave dance show.
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Date:Jul 15, 2006
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