Roseville to celebrate Town Square

August 19, 2013 by  

The residents of Roseville now have the opportunity to enjoy the city’s new Town Square after a year-long construction project came to an end recently.

The Square was conceived as a destination for local festivals and a focal point to showcase all Roseville has to offer. The grand opening which takes place this weekend is set to represent the beginning of a new era, and all members of the community are being encouraged to celebrate with a full day of activities, food, and music.

Morning amenities include presentations on upcoming community events, a children’s play area, the ribbon cutting ceremony and more. A live performance by Dudley and the Doo Rights is also scheduled, and many of Roseville’s favorite food trucks will be available for hungry visitors.

Music fans will also be excited to learn that Journey Unauthorized are set to headline the evening concert. As one of the country’s most prominent tribute acts, Journey Unauthorized has toured the globe providing an accurate representation of the Steve Perry-led, 80s-era Journey. Printing companies are thought to be helping the event’s organizers to prepare by offering posters and flyers which will boost publicity.

More food trucks are available in the evening and guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets for seating.

The opening day celebration is set to begin at 10:00am on Saturday and will run until 2:00pm. The concert kicks off at 7:30pm and should end at around 9:30pm. Both admission and parking will be free.