Locations listed counter-clockwise from 1st Street, down State Street, and up Main Street back to 1st Street. Final list of bands for each month subject to change. Check back a couple days before each event for the latest info.
1. At Hyperspace Los Altos
This family arcade business features a lovely outdoor seating area with picnic tables, right across from Safeway. Bring some food from the store, or order takeout from a downtown restaurant, and settle in to enjoy one of our bands. If you have kids, consider letting them enjoy the arcade while you sit outside and enjoy the music.
The Steven’s Creek Rovers
The Steven’s Creek Rovers are a group of 4 lads (Keith, Roy, Sam and Tim) and 3 bonnie lasses (Pauline, Sharon and Sophie) who started playing music together in Cupertino. We love playing and singing classic rock and roll, Irish pub songs, and Hawaiian songs, actually songs of just about any kind. Come along and listen, and even better, join in!”
2. At Amandine Lounge
Enjoy a cocktail at Amandine Lounge, or bring a small folding chair to sit a while as you enjoy this band.
Born in Costa Rica, Enzo made his musical debut at only five years old. Enzo has performed in 3 different languages at theaters, special events, and restaurants, and has recorded an album, “Mas que palabras”. Enzo also performs at his own concerts.
3. At B K Collections
Stroll on over to BK Collections to enjoy one of our local bands. Bring a folding chair if you’d like to sit a while.
Jazz Before Midnight
Jazz Before Midnight plays swing tunes from the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, Brazilian Bossa’s, Cool Jazz tunes and our favorites from the Great American Songbook. We’ll have your toes tapping, your body swaying, and will put a smile on your face.
4. At Dogma
Come on over to Dogma and rock out to one of our great local bands. Bring a folding chair if you’d like to stay and sit a while.
Tebo started playing music as a child and plays the guitar left handed and upside down! He has recorded and performed with such artists as Dr. Dre, Herbie Hancock, MC Hammer, Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, New Edition, Sugar Pie DeSanto, and Kenny Neal, just to name a few. He has also toured around the world with John Lee Hooker jr. Tebo’s music is known for being: funky, bluesy, rocky, and extremely uncommon.
5. At Fiesta Vallarta
Request a table on the patio and enjoy some delicious Mexican food.
6. At Linden Tree Books
Have a seat and enjoy one of our bands in the cozy sitting area outside this beloved downtown book store.
Mars is a family band (a father and 2 children) playing classic rock covers, having fun as often as possible, and sharing their love of music with everyone. They look forward to First Friday events in Downtown Los Altos.
7. At Urfa Bistro
This is a great place to have dinner.
8. At Assistance League Of Los Altos
This beautiful plaza is a great place to enjoy some local music. Bring a folding chair if you’d like to sit a while.
Red Hot And The Saltines
Red Hot and the Saltines is a great group of musicians and friends who really enjoy playing together and entertaining audiences. They play classic Rock and Roll that gets stuck in your ear!
Jeanene Bacchi: Vocals
Todd Jones: Vocals and Guitar
Andy Heller: Vocals and Drums
John McManus: Vocals and Bass
Rick Sanders: Vocals and Lead Guitar
David Gilmour: Keyboards
9. At Enchante Boutique Hotel
Make a dinner reservation for an exquisite meal while you enjoy the msuic.
House Band plays high energy dance music from the Stones, Beatles & Elton John, to Pink, Black Keys & Adele.
Tom Corn – guitar/lead vocals, Brendan DeLumpa – guitar/lead vocals, Bob Kaplan – drums, Barbara Nelson – keys/vocals, Rob Van Wandelen – bass/lead vocals.
At Village Park
Bring a folding chair and enjoy one of our bands at this cozy downtown park.
Fully Funded is a classic rock cover band from Los Altos that has been performing regularly at First Friday events for many years. We play classic favorites from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. We enjoy seeing families and kids playing, dancing, and singing along to our music.
10. At Veterans Community Plaza
Order takeout from any local restaurant and enjoy music in the plaza!
Performing popular hard rock from the 80s, 90s, and 00s, NOS brings upbeat, guitar-driven tunes with something for everyone!
Eric Chang (guitar)
Jake Lee (drums)
David Chen (bass guitar)
Judy Ho (vocals/guitar/keyboards)
Kevin Esguerra (vocals/guitar)
Eric Pennington (audio/tech)
11. At Round Robin
Cool Fire is a rock cover band performing a wide range of classic and contemporary rock, R&B, and blues tunes. The band features Carmen Briggs on vocals, Connie Bowie on vocals and keys, John Gann on guitar, Chris Chaney on bass, and John Love on drums.
12. At Cheeky Monkey Toys
Enjoy one of our bands outside this fantastic downtown toy store, and consider ordering take-out from one of the nearby restaurants. Consider bringing a folding chair if you’d like to sit and listen for a while.
The Lawn Darts emerged from front yard jam sessions for our neighbors during the dark days of 2020. We play mostly classic rock covers, but venture regularly into country, oldies, pop, and “alternate” rock territory.
13. At Chase Bank
Rock out to one of our bands at the plaza outside Chase Bank. Limited seating is available, so consider bringing a folding chair if you’d like to sit and listen for a while.
Eurotrash is a San Jose-based band playing Rock and Blues tunes from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, as well as a bit of Funk, Country, and whatever else grooves. They play concert venues, wineries, company events, and private parties.
14. At Yoshi Sushi
The Imponderables play classic Rock and Roll.
-Barry Harvis: Attorney-at-Law
-Daniel Kottke: Palo Alto Man About Town
-Luke Harvis: Screenwriter Netflix (“Clinical” and “The Diabolical”).
15. At Rustic Oyster House
A great spot to have dinner and enjoy one of our bands!
Ume Jam is a duo of two sisters from Los Altos who enjoy playing guitar and singing together. The pair covers classic pop rock songs mainly from the ’70s and ’80s.
16. At La Boulanger
This location has seating, so pull up a chair and enjoy one of our bands.
Sunday Seven was formed fifteen years ago with seven musicians on a Sunday afternoon. The band enjoys playing polkas, waltzes, oldies, and sing-alongs at venues in the South Bay Area.
17. At The Post
A great spot to have dinner and enjoy one of our live bands!