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Featuring local bands in the downtown triangle from 6-9 PM.

First Friday Fun on October 7!

We have an amazing First Friday planned on October 7th  in Downtown Los Altos. First Friday promises lots of fun and plenty of entertainment.  Sixteen live bands will be playing from 6-9 pm around downtown on the street corners, outside restaurants and businesses.
Our stores are unique and spectacular, voted the best on the Peninsula for 2022.  They will be open late for evening shopping so grab a gift for a friend or better yet, for yourself!  Our restaurants and cafes are waiting to delight you with vast array of exquisite culinary delights.  We  have food to nourish and music to soothe the soul!  

Special Events 

Dogma is hosting an open bar and a Dogma Dance Party with prizes for the best Doggie Dancers from 6 to 8 pm!
Dogma and the Nature Gallery will be serving complimentary refreshments and featuring two  live bands … The Lawn Darts at Dogma and Rick Sanders at Nature Gallery!


We Love our First Friday Bands!

Our wonderful First Friday bands donate their time to play for you every month, so remember to tip them generously. Some of them even take online payments like Venmo. Many of the FF bands are available for private events & gigs. Scroll down to find contact info for your favorite First Friday bands.

Bands on Main Street

House Band

at Hotel Enchante

Houseband plays an eclectic mix of rock from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The group plays concerts, private events, and parties.

They have been together for 10 years.


at Chase Bank

Eurotrash is a San Jose-based band playing Rock and Blues tuns from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, as well as a bit of Fund, Country, and whatever else grooves.
They play concert venues, wineries, company events, and private parties.
Please message us to book.


Molly and Scott

at Adventure Toys

Mollie and Scott have been performing a mix of
kids, pop, folk and country for First Friday events
for several years with just a guitar, 2 voices and a love of music.
Don’t stand too close or we might ask you to join
the band in song or dance!

Sunday Seven

at Le Boulanger

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.


One Man Band

at Rustic Oyster House

People have often referred to Mike as a One-Man-Band (OMB) or a Jukebox because he can play so many different tunes on request and is happy performing solo.
“I get charged up when I connect with a live audience. Whether that means getting them to sing along to “Country Road Take Me Home” or the “Gambler “or to dance to their favorite Country or Classic Rock & Roll tune.  I believe that it’s important for me to use my musical gift to bring joy to people’s lives. I’ve volunteered as a music teacher for kids through Music for Minors and for the past 7 years I’ve been singing to cancer patients at UCSF.    Playing music and engaging with a live audience fills my heart with joy,” –Mike “One Man Band” Ofiesh.  For private bookings, contact Michael at:



Wandering Acoustics

at The Post​

The Wandering Acoustics band plays Classic Rock, Pop and Americana favorites from the 60’s through the 90’s, with layered harmonies backed by guitar (Sam), violin (Sonia), bass (Russ) and drums (Jeff). We are available for festivals, wineries, restaurants, community events, and private parties.
Booking info:

Jazz Before Midnight

at Round Robin

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.


Strolling First and Main Streets

Vocal Capital

We’re four guys who share a passion for singing barbershop.



Bands on State Street

Rick Sanders

at Nature Gallery

Rick is an acoustic guitarist, singer, and live-loop artist who mainly plays covers of songs you love from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
Rick Sanders

Cool Fire

at BK Collections

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, Lisa Anderson on vocals and keys, John Gann and Glynn Echerd on guitar, Chris Chaney on bass, and John Love on drums.


Song Gardeners

at Linden Tree

The Song Gardeners are at the forefront of the New Age Pop genre – creating well-crafted contemporary songs with positive, empowering messages.
The band includes multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriters Corrie Dunn and Mary Gospe.
Song Gardeners

Bands on First Street

On The Edge

at Hyper Space

On The Edge formed in 2018 with Google employees jamming together. We play covers of ballads and rock classics. We added a young female vocalist (16) last year and are having fun playing  recent pop tunes…
On the edge




HKH and the Imponderables

at La Scala

Founding members
Barry Harvis: Attorney-at-Law
Daniel Kottke: Palo Alto Man About Town
Luke Harvis: Screenwriter Netflix (“Clinical” and “The Diabolical”).
They play classic Rock and Roll.


Bands on Second Street

The Lawn Darts

at Dogma

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.





Top Shelf

at the Veteran's Community Plaza

Top Shelf Big Band is a seventeen-piece big band in the South San Francisco Bay Area.
We play jazz and swing from the music of such artists as Count Basie, Les Brown, Ted Heath, Glenn Miller, and Frank Sinatra, to contemporary bands like Gordon Goodwin and Louis Dowdeswell.
Hear us at parks, markets, and festivals throughout the South Bay Area. We are available for hire for weddings, parties, or any other special event.
Learn more about us at


Fully Funded

at Village Park (N. San Antonio Road & W. Edith Avenue)

Fully Funded is a classic rock cover band from Los Altos, CA 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.

You’ll find a wide variety of musical styles including: Rock & Roll, Jazz, Country Western, Folk, Hard Rock, Oom-pah, Blues, and more.
There’s music for everyone from teenagers to octogenarians. Music ignites your soul!

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