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Emcee - Comedian Tom Riehl
12:00 – 12:30
Zumba Gold Demo
12:30 – 1:00
Big Kat Wrestling Club Demo
1:00 - 3:00
Groove Mercenaries - Classic Rock
3:00 - 3:30
3:30 - 5:30
Voodoo Groove - Blues /Rock
5:30 - 6:00
6:00 - 7:45
Wartime Radio Revue
7:45 – 8:15
Message from City Council
8:15 – 9 :00
Purely Patriotic
Saddleback Valley Chorale
9:00 pm

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1:00 – 2:00
Uncle Ant
2:30 - 3:30
Uncle Ant
4:00 – 5:00
Sharp Turn Ahead
5:30 – 6:30
5 Minutes Late
6:30 - 6:45
Skipping Stone
7:00 - 8:00
Corey Angeli







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JULY 4, 2015
Come join us for a day of

Noon - 9:00 pm (Fireworks Spectacular)
Olympiad Rd between Marguerite Pkwy and Melinda Rd

Make plans to celebrate our nation's independence by attending the 4th of July Street Faire and Fireworks Spectacular on Olympiad Road between Marguerite Parkway and Melinda Road.

Hosted by the Mission Viejo Activities Committee, the July 4 extravaganza takes place from noon to 9 p.m. and features an impressive fireworks display, music and entertainment throughout the day.

Local clubs and organizations have rented booth spaces for food, drink, crafts, gifts and games. The booths act as fund-raisers for the participating organizations and help make the Faire more enticing to visitors. The fun-filled family event also includes music, dance and comedy catering to children and adults alike. Of course the highlight of the event is the spectacular fireworks show.

The Mission Viejo Activities Committee is a group of volunteers who coordinate this and other family events in the City. This dedicated group has organized this event for more than two decades providing the community with a patriotic, safe and fun-filled day along with the brightest show in the valley.

Volunteers are sought to assist with holiday activities. For more information or to volunteer, call 949-830-7066 or click here.






Master of Ceremonies - Tom Riehl
Whether at a comedy club, a corporate event, or in the kitchen, stand-up comedian Tom Riehl has been making people laugh since the early nineties. His odd, yet honest way of looking at life has made him a favorite among audiences everywhere.

Tom has worked with a variety of performers including comedians Bob Saget, Paula Poundstone, Alonzo Bodden, Shawn Wayans, and James P. Connolly as well as musical acts Berlin and Three Dog Night. Tom currently produces a comedy show at the Camino Real Playhouse and can be seen and heard locally as a frequent guest on Breakfast with Gary and Kelly on KSBR. This is Tom’s 19th year as emcee of the Street Faire. www.tomriehl.com


Zumba Gold
12-12:30 PM
Zumba Gold is a low impact fitness program that utilizes combinations of exciting and motivating Latin and International rhythms to tone and strengthen the body. The program is designed for active older adults, the true beginner or anyone interested in a low impact program that is effective and easy to follow. For more information visit www.uandizumba.com


Big Kat Wrestling Club
12:30-1 PM
The Big Kat Youth Wrestling Club is a youth sports organization devoted to teaching life lessons through the sport of wrestling to k-8 grade youth. They have a competition team that has produced medalists at the state championships. The team practices at Capistrano Valley High School and offers winter, spring, and summer programs. For more information, visit their website at http://www.bigkatwrestling.com/  or their Facebook page at facebook.com/bigkatwrestling.


Groove Mercenaries
1-3 PM
The name is “Groove Mercenaries”. We’re a group of musicians who, collectively, have many, many years of experience in the local San Diego music scene. We’ve all been sidemen and “hired guns” for more than a few local bands. Most of us met and played in various bands at SDSU in the early 80’s. We’ve recently “put the band back together”, which includes long-time Mission Viejo resident John Cross. Many years ago, the saying was, “It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing!” Our motto is, “It won’t make you move if it ain’t got the groove!”


3-3:30 PM
As parents we want the very best for their children. We look at the world and think “how can I give my kids an edge that will help them stay safe and develop to their full potential?”
Professional Karate Schools of America (PKSA) is a nationwide organization specializing in helping our children develop the life skills necessary to cope with our complex world while they gain focus, self-confidence and physical fitness through training in traditional martial arts.
PKSA is headquartered in MI with over 40 schools nationwide. Our Master and Certified Instructors train under the President and Founder of the PKSA organization, Master Richard Collins Jr., 7th degree Black Belt. Master Collins Jr. and our Senior Masters train under Grand Master Kang Uk Lee, 10th degree Black Belt.
PKSA Mission Viejo is located across the street from the Mission Viejo Library next to Round Table Pizza.
Please visit their website, www.pksamissionviejo.com   for more information.


Voodoo Groove
3:30-5:30 PM
Voodoo Groove is a South OC dance band playing Blues/Rock/Funk. Lot’s of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepard, John Mayer and Stevie Wonder. If you want your feet to move, we’re your men. We know how to have fun and so will you!


5:30-6 PM
If you're a fan of ice cream, you don't want to miss this July 4th annual event. X-Treme Ice Cream takes ice cream sundae making to a ""whole nutha level!" Either participate or observe, it's non stop excitement and the most fun you can have with ice cream.


Wartime Radio Revue
6-7:45 PM
And so begins another evening with Pete Jacobs and his 16-piece big-band. Interspersing the hits of the Thirties and Forties, along with late-breaking news-stories from the war-years, as well as several original songs, and even some 1940-style radio commercials, listening to this band is like taking a time-machine back to a World War Two U.S.O. show. And with their three young female vocalists, a hot, driving rhythm section, and eight-piece horn section, the “classic-swing” sound is both full and authentic!. And when you add in their “armed-forces style” khaki-colored uniforms, it’s all there!

Formed in November of 1997, they quickly established themselves with appearances at such swingin’ landmarks as The Hollywood Bowl, New York's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Catalina's Casino Ballroom, and have been a regular monthly featured band for many years at Disneyland.

Dancing is what it's all about! Few bandleaders understand - and can deliver - what dancers want better than Jacobs. "I actually started this band because of my own interest in swing-dancing. When I started learning the Lindy-Hop (the original swing-dance from the 1930's), I wanted to re-create the music the way it was played back then when the big-bands would play for packed houses and dance halls. It doesn't matter how great the musicianship of the band is if you can't dance to it." And the people who flock to every swing music venue they can find overwhelmingly agree!


Saddleback Valley Chorale
8:15-9 PM
SADDLEBACK VALLEY CHORALE is made up of many singers from different churches in the Orange County area. We have been formed for about 2 years and we area non-profit 501-c3 group. This group sings in many Community events, City functions, and churches in the greater Orange County and Riverside areas, as well as private parties. Our basic music that we find ourselves doing is Patriotic, Christmas, and Praise and Worship. Our group consists of 40+ singers and still growing.


Uncle Ant
1-3:30 PM
Mission Viejo Local Rock Band "Uncle Ant" performs songs from Jimi Hendrix, The Killers, Neon Trees, The Black Keys and lots of original songs as well! The band was formed in early 2012.
Comprised of Travis Yagi on the guitar and lead vocals, Andrew Becker on the bass, Blake Lovullo on the drums and Sean Lovullo on the keyboards and saxophone.

Travis Yagi has been playing guitar writing songs and singing since anyone can remember… You will be amazed at the depth of his playing and vocal abilities!

Andrew Becker has been in instrumental music most of his life. He is not only an accomplished rock bassist but also an orchestral stand up bassist. He has loads of stage presence to boot!!

Drummer Blake Lovullo has been studying piano since age 7 and also plays the clarinet in the school wind ensemble as well as performs in the school drum line. His real love is the
drums and he not only studies to rock drumming but jazz as well!

The youngest member Sean Lovullo has been studying piano since the age of five. His area of study includes both classical and jazz! He loves to play the saxophone and has added it to the band to give a cool dimension to their sound!


Sharp Turn Ahead
4-5 PM
"Sharp Turn Ahead" is the up and coming acoustic and keys duo of 14 year old twin brothers, Kyle and Benjamin Sharp. Originally from Austin, Texas, the Sharp brothers now live in Orange County, and since May of 2012 when they started performing live shows as "Sharp Turn Ahead", the brothers have played more than 85 shows and more than 275 hours of live music, from San Diego to L.A. (and also Las Vegas and Dallas). Combining influences from singer/songrwriter, folk and adult contemporary artists, "Sharp Turn Ahead", with original material like "Live Like You're Dreaming", "A Little Bit of Awesome" and "Underdog", is sure to capture your attention and your hearts. Keep your eye on this brother duo…there is a "Sharp Turn Ahead".


5 Minutes Late
5:30-6:30 PM
5 Minutes Late is a teen rock band created from a summer Rock Band Camp in Fullerton in 2011 and they have been playing together ever since. The band members are Summer Steinhebel(Guitar/Bass), P.J. Frazier (Drums), Aly Ashford(Lead vocals/Guitar), Hunter Watts(Lead vocals/Bass) and Kaya Nomura(Lead Guitar). 5 Minutes Late members attend schools all over OC including Orange County School of the Arts, El Modena High School, Kennedy High School and Sunny Hills High School. 5 Minutes Late's past performances have been at Slidebar Cafe, DiPiazzas, The World Famous Coachhouse, Chain Reaction, The Vault OC, OC Fair, OC Marketplace and The House of Blues in Hollywood for Shred Kids Cancer-Shredfest 6 event. This Sping they have won the La Palma/Cypress Battle of the Bands and Fullerton’s Battle of the Bands. They play rock covers as well as their own original songs and their influences range from Paramoure to Foo Fighters. Check them out at www.facebook.com/5minuteslate


Skipping Stone
6:30-6:45 PM
New to the performance stage, this all-girl band formed just 10 months ago at age 11. Skipping Stones has already booked live gigs at birthday parties, the OC Market Place, and St. Joachims’ community church carnival. The band recently took 1st place in their category at the 13th annual La Palma/Cypress Battle of the Bands showcasing three of their original songs.
So we just had to squeeze them in for a sneak preview.

Kendelynn Amber, lead vocalist and guitarist, started singing and writing songs last summer. In addition, she plays cello in her school’s orchestra and plays guitar as well as sings in their worship band. Kendelynn continues to pursue her love of instruments and is now learning to play piano and ukulele. www.facebook.com/KendelynnAmber

Sophie Grace on the bass, just picked up her instrument 10 months ago. She decided to focus her attention on the bass after studying guitar and piano to get this band started. Sophia is fast becoming a natural on the bass and an important part of the rhythm section.

Shay Kay, Skipping Stone’s drummer, has been taking lessons for two years and now studies under Kofi Baker, son of famed Cream drummer Ginger Baker. She also enjoys singing in her school choir and is currently learning to play the cajon box, congas and other hand percussion instruments. This multi talented group is a must see!!! www.facebook.com/TheSkippingStonesBand



Corey Angeli
7-8 PM
Corey Angeli is a talented 12yr. old musician who has been performing solo since age 9. Corey sings and accompanies himself by playing keyboards or electric/acoustic guitar and performs a variety of songs including many classic rock songs. He’s recorded an original, inspirational song (available on itunes) called “Don’t Let Nothing Get in the Way“.

Corey has played at over 40 different venues, both in OC and LA, including Community/Charity events, Restaurant/clubs, Theatres and the OC Fair. Corey also plays in his church band.

Corey is the lead singer/rhythm guitarist in the band UNLEA5HED; a pop-rock band, with five 12-13 years old boys. They have many performances lined up including the OC fair on July 30th. They have performances lined up including the Cypress Community Festival on July 26, the OC fair on July 30 and San Clemente Street Faire & Fiesta on August 10th.