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Summer concert series returns to FishHawk Ranch

LITHIA — Groove with Motown bands, dance to rock tunes and sway to the dulcet crooning of a James Taylor look-alike — all while doing a little bit of good.

Beginning June 29, FishHawk Ranch will hold "Concerts for a Cause," encouraging people to bring nonperishable goods to free weekly concerts. The donations go to Feeding America Tampa Bay, and last year's event collected more than 1 ton of food.

The series kicks off with Yesterdayze, a '60s tribute group, and continues with a lineup of bands covering a variety of hit music:

• July 6: The Bus Stop Band

• July 13: Category Three

• July 20: Crystal Blue

• July 27: Anchor Atlantic

• Aug. 3: The James Taylor Tribute Experience Fire and Rain

• Aug. 10: Magic Fencewalk

• Aug. 17: Go Daddies

The free concerts start at 7 p.m. at Park Square, 16144 Churchview Drive, Lithia.

For more information, go to or call toll-free 1-888-503-0483.

Stephanie Wang, Times staff writer

Summer concert series returns to FishHawk Ranch 06/16/12 [Last modified: Saturday, June 16, 2012 4:30am]
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