Decades of music to fill The Streets in Centennial

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The Streets at SouthGlenn is ready to rock Centennial this summer with its annual free concert series beginning Wednesday June 5 in Commons Park. Enjoy a dynamic lineup of performers that span more than 40 years music.

Concerts are scheduled for alternating Wednesdays through August 21. Performances run from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The Streets at SouthGlenn is located on the southwest corner of South University Boulevard and Arapahoe Road.

Here’s the 2013 lineup:

June 5: The ‘80s with Message in a Bottle – MIAB is a classic Police tribute band that and combines classic ‘80s music with a fresh, energetic stage show.

June 19: The ‘70s with Dr. Kool and the Disco Fever Divas – It’s all about platform shoes, big hair, and the dance floor mirror ball. All the hottest hits of the disco era are covered by The Doctor, but watch out, boogie fever can be highly contagious.

July 10: The ‘60s with Fourever Fab – Covering the greatest hits from the fab four, from their early Beatlemania days to the psychedelic era, complete with period costuming.

July 24: The ‘50s with The Juke Box Boys – Dance to the greatest hits from the golden age of rock, from Buddy Holley to the Beatles - these guys know how to rock! The ultimate sing-along band. Includes dancers and hula-hoops.

August 7: Long Run – The Eagles tribute band, Colorado style. Return to the carefree days of the ‘70s with popular renditions of hits like “Take it to the Limit,” “Tequila Sunrise,” “Love Will Keep Us Alive,” “New Kid in Town” and “Hotel California.”

August 21: Margarita Brothers Band – It’s a tropical party on The Streets. All the greatest beach and surf hits, from the Beach Boys and reggae to, of course, Jimmy Buffet.