What are you doing this summer? How about listening to some music?
There is an ongoing concert series sponsored by the Camden County Parks that is free! Your tax dollars at work! Check out:
The Sundown Music Series is held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at the McLaughlin-Norcoss Dell in Haddon Lake Park (Haddon Heights). Upcoming shows include: Pete Donnelly & The Philadelphia Combo on June 20; Mike Doughty (of Soul Coughing) with special guest Griz on July 11, The Dunwells with special guest Sahara Smith on July 25; Tommy Conwell with guest Georgie Bonds on August 8, Jonatha Brooke with guest Ryan Tennis on August 22.
The Twilight Concert Series is held at 8 p.m. on Thursdays at the Jack Curtis Stadium in Cooper River Park (Pennsauken). Shows there include: City Rhythm Orchestra’s Jump-Jive & Wail (big band swing) on June 28; The Rip Chords (surfer), July 12; The Ferko String Band on July 26; a Tribute to Motown featuring Serenity on August 9; and Cornell Gunter’s Coasters on August 23.
The Sunset Jazz Music Series, now in its 21st year, is held at Wiggins Park Riverstage in Camden on various nights throughout the summer. The schedule of shows there includes: Christian McBride & Inside Straight on June 25; The Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Septet on July 10; Buckwheat Zydeco on July 17; Monnette Sudler’s Ladies Night Out on July 31; “A Tribute to Soul Legends,” featuring UGO (Urban Guerilla Orchestra) on August 14; and Down To The Bone on August 27.
The On-Campus Summer Concert Series at Camden County College in Blackwood will feature the Woodland String Band at 8 p.m. on June 29 and The Leon Jordan Quintet on July 27.
The summer free concert series will wind down on Sunday, September 2 with the free Camden Waterfront Backyard BBQ featuring Galactic and other acts, along with health and wellness information, Latin food and kids activities.
(Reprinted from http://downthepike.courierpostonline.com/blog/2012/06/18/summer-concerts-sizzle/)
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