Cromaine Districty Library announces summer concert series

Back for its 13th year, Cromaine Library’s Summer Concert Series begins on Tuesday, June 29, and runs every Tuesday through Aug. 3.

“With vaccination numbers on the rise and the CDC’s encouraging guidance on outdoor events, we are excited to be bringing back some of our best bands to Cromaine’s South Lawn,” said Pam Holtz, Cromaines community relations manager. “There’s plenty of space to comfortably maintain social distance and enjoy the music, so if you weren’t able to join in the fun last year, please consider stopping by. We are looking forward to seeing everyone’s smiling faces!”

Along with music, each week a new food truck will be on the lawn with food for purchase. Additionally, a concession with sweet treats will benefit the Cromaine Scholarship fund or a local non-profit group.

“The first concert will be special as well because we invited the two winners of our Cromaine Scholarships to present them with their awards and to recognize their achievements in front of the community,” said Director Mallorie DeVilbiss.

On concert nights, gather at 6:30 pm, music starts at 7 pm and continues to 8:30 pm. Rain location called by 5 pm on Cromaine Library’s website WWW.CROMAINE.ORG or Cromaine’s Facebook page.

You can get all the details by clicking here: Cromaine Summer Concert Flyer

June 29: The George Brothers–a great mix of the music you love from over the decades. Food Truck–D&W Street Eatery

July 6: Just Around the Corner–the local band we love playing bluegrass, old rock, gospel, and more. Food Truck–Captain’s Wööd Fired Pies

July 13: The Byron Legacy Show–the voices of Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, Elvis, Karen Carpenter and more. Food Truck–D&W Street Eatery

July 20: Alan Turner–high energy country with a pumping rock ‘n roll sound. Food Truck–Tony Sacco’s pizza (get a slice when you make a donation to the LESA Backpacks for Kids!)

July 27: Fast Eddie’s Band–rock ‘n roll and blues. Food Truck–Sup Dogs

August 3: Magic Bus Band–the songs…the look…the feel of the Woodstock Era. Food Truck: Hickory BBQ & Grill

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