27th Annual Holiday Concert

2:00 pm
3175 Harding St. Carlsbad, CA 92008

Coastal Communities Concert Band is excited to perform for the 27th annual Holiday Concert supporting Meals on Wheels San Diego County!

The program will include classical and traditional holiday music performed by an award-winning symphonic band of more than 80 musicians who live throughout San Diego County. Coastal Communities Concert Band, under the auspices of MiraCosta College, is supported and operated by the Coastal Communities Concert Band Foundation. Recipient of the 1998 Sudler Silver Scroll Award from The John Philip Sousa Foundation and a Pacific Southwest Region Emmy Award in 2008, the CCCBand has performed internationally in Switzerland, Austria, Italy, and France as well as at American Bandmasters Association Conventions in Hawaii and San Diego.

Additional information

  • Your ticket(s) will be available for pick up at will call on the day of the event.
  • Be sure to keep the email confirmation for your records.
  • Tickets are non-refundable.
  • We encourage everyone to wear a mask due to COVID-19.
  • If you have any questions, please call 760-736-9900.

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Meals on Wheels is the only agency providing meals for 7 days a week, including holidays. Additionally, we cover the entire county, including delivery into the over 3,049 square miles of rural and unincorporated areas. Meals on Wheels San Diego County subsidizes 60% of the costs for meals, delivery, and other services provided, regardless of a senior’s ability to pay.


Distributing home-delivered meals and safety checks could not be accomplished without the help of our very large and caring volunteer workforce who deliver meals with a hug and a smile and ensure our homebound seniors are OK. Frequently the volunteer may be the only person the senior sees all day, providing human contact and a safety net, particularly for those seniors living alone. Lives are saved nearly every week as a result of acquiring the proper emergency personnel for someone who has fallen, had a stroke, or is simply in need of additional resources.

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