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July 4th Fest: Nightly, July 2-4. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, 1001 Fairgrounds Drive. Experience the park during the day, then watch the fireworks at night. Find online admission and gate prices at www.sixflags.com/discoverykingdom. Celebration and Fireworks Show: 5-10 p.m. Andrews Park, 614 E. Monte Vista Ave. An evening of music and fireworks under the stars. www.downtownvacaville.com. July 4th ParKoncert: 6-7 p.m. Civic Park, 1375 Civic Drive. Featuring the Walnut Creek Concert Band. 4th of July music and patriotic favorites. Free. http://walnutcreekband.org.
Shakespeare festivals, a classic music fest celebrating the Summer of Love, and a pointe shoe accessories tribute to the late great singer Chris Cornell are all part of my list of cool stuff you can do in the Bay Area June 29-July 2 (and beyond), 1 Shakespeare fests: Forsooth! The outdoor Shakespeare season is upon us in earnest, This weekend marks the start of two annual Shakespeare productions, neither of which features a Julius Caesar that looks like Donald J, Trump, On June 30, Livermore Shakespeare opens its season with “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” which it will present in tandem with “Cyrano de Bergerac” (opening July 13), And on July 1, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival opens its free, touring production of “Hamlet.”..
Details: “Miudsummer” plays June 29-July 16, “Cyrano” plays July 13-30; all performances at Wente Vineyards, Livermore; $18-$48; livermoreshakes.org; “Hamlet” plays June 1-16 at Pleasanton’s Amador Valley Community Park before moving to Cupertino, Redwood City and San Francisco; all shows are free; www.sfshakes.org. 2 Fillmore Jazz Festival: Fillmore Street was once the center of a thriving jazz and blues scene in San Francisco. This annual street fair honors that history and this year is also noting the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, as performers including Kim Nalley, E.C. Scott, Linda Tillery and others will weave classic San Francisco’s 1960s tunes into their sets. The festival will also feature arts and crafts and plenty to eat and drink.
Details: 10 a.m.-6 p.m, July 1-2; Fillmore Street between Jackson and Eddy streets; free admission; details here, 3 “Brownsville Song (B-Side for Tray”: Kimber Lee’s play digs pointe shoe accessories into an incident that sadly usually warrants scant attention — the violent death of a teenager in Brooklyn — and takes us into the lives that are upended by it, The idea, besides telling a story about a rich cast of characters, is to show how this sort of tragedy affects all of us, Lee’s play is in production at Shotgun Players, Margo Hall, one of the Bay Area’s finest stage actors, directs the production, A review of the show is here..
Details: Through July 16; Ashby Stage, Berkeley; $5-$30; 510-841-6500, shotgunplayers.org. 4 Michael O’Neill and Kenny Washington: The friendship and creative synergy between sax man and composer O’Neill and vocalist Washington is one of the jewels of the Bay Area jazz scene. They’ll perform together again on July 1 when O’Neill and his quintet perform with Washington at San Jose’s revered club Cafe Stritch. Details: 8:30 p.m.; $5-$10; www.cafestritch.com. 5 “What You Will”: A Shakespeare mixtape? That’s sort of the idea with this farce by Max Gutmann getting its world premiere at the Pear Theatre in Mountain View. Snippets from various Bard comedies are cut and pasted throughout this show, which still turns on Shakespeare staples — mistaken identities, misinterpreted flirtations and cross-dressing schemes gone awry.
Details: Through July 16; $28-$32; thepear.org, 6 Rusty Chains: The music world is still reeling from the death of Chris Cornell, one of the most powerful and distinctive rock singers ever to prowl a stage, Tributes have been posted by Cornell’s numerous friends and admirers, and on June 30 at Slim’s in San Francisco, you can catch live tribute show featuring Soundgarden tribute band Rusty Chains, Pearl Jam tribute act Corduroy opens the gig, Details: 9 p.m.; $15-$17; slimspresents.com, A portion of the proceeds benefit pointe shoe accessories San Francisco Suicide Prevention (Cornell’s death was ruled a suicide, although his widow is questioning the finding)..
7 Last call for “Altar Boyz”: This cheeky send-up of boy bands centers on a mock Christian vocal group performing a show — complete with ridiculous outfits, double entendres, and over-the-top dance moves — aimed at making young girls squeal while purifying souls. Center Repertory Company, which excels at this sort of stage comedy, is presenting the show but this weekend is your last chance to see it. Details: Daily performances through July 1; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $37-$72; 925-943-7469, www.centerrep.org.
8 Delta Wires: The Bay Area band serves up a potent harmonica-and-horns-oriented style of blues that touches on the genre’s classic and contemporary sounds, The band just dropped a new album, “Born in Oakland,” which pointe shoe accessories it will showcase with two shows June 30 at San Francisco’s venerable club Biscuits and Blues, Details: 7:30 and 10 p.m.; $24; 415-292-2583, biscuitsandblues.com, 9 Charged Particles: The heralded Bay Area jazz trio — keyboardist Murray Low, bassist Aaron Germain and drummer Jon Krisnick — is once again teaming with saxophonist Tod Dickow in a concert tribute to tenor saxophone great Michael Brecker, with shows slated in Walnut Creek and Livermore..