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Rock Friday nights in #CIPSAC fashion!

Frankie Wenson

Before you leave the house on Friday night to head over to Cesar Chavez Plaza for Concerts in the Park (CIP) make sure you are dressed in your best #CIPSAC fashion! This year we are commemorating the 2019 concert season by bringing you limited edition merchandise for you to rock all year long. Make sure to head over to the Downtown Sac booth this Friday June, 7th to check out all of the swag we have for you to show off your love of Sacramento and CIP.


If you live in the area then you have seen The People of Sacramento’s (TPOS) classic “Home is Sacramento” shirts that are a hometown staple for anyone who wants to show off their Sactown pride. We have teamed up with TPOS to create ‘Home is Sacramento’ shirts branded for CIP with pink lettering on the front and the CIP logo on the back of the shirt so you can show off your love for downtown Sacramento and concerts season! These limited-edition shirts can only be purchased onsite at CIP. The shirts retail at $25 + tax with 10% of the proceeds going to the Downtown Sacramento Foundation. The foundation focuses on entrepreneurialism, place making and social service outreach, so not only will you be looking good at CIP but you can feel good to! Make sure you attend the event from 5pm-9pm this Friday to get your hands on one before they are gone.

*The shirts will be sold at the Downtown Sac booth on June 7th & 21st/July 12th & 26th while supplies lasts.    


Once you have got your hands on the official CIP shirt make sure to add on a commemorative pin to add some #CIPSAC style to your favorite hat, backpack, jean jacket and beyond! We are pressing play to summer and bringing the boombox back which is reflected in the shape of the pin. It is the perfect little edition to show off your love for the concert season on your favorite apparel items.

Get ready to rock the park as CIP continues Fridays through July 26th. We expect to see all of you this Friday rocking your new #CIPSAC merch!

Header photo credit: Cam Evans