The Wild Rivers Symphony will play traditional and contemporary music Sunday for the first free summer concert in Azalea Park in Brookings.

Formerly known as the Curry-Del Norte Orchestra, the symphony is comprised of more than 50 local musicians under the direction of Del Norte High School music teacher Dan Sedgwick, according to a news release.

The first half of the show will feature Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” “The Planets” by Gustav Holst and John Williams’ “Olympic Fanfare.” The second half of the concert will include music from video games “Advent Rising,” “Civilization IV,” “Bounty Hunter,” Kingdom of Hearts,” “Super Mario Bros.” and “Final Fantasy VII.”

The concert will start at 1 p.m. If it rains the concert will be held at Kalmiopsis Elementary School, 650 Easy St., Brookings. For more information, find @AmericanMusicFestivalBrookingsOregon on Facebook.