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Summer Concert Series
 Concert in the Park
Enjoy FREE Sunday concerts in the parks beginning in June. Concerts are scheduled at Cedar Creek and Twin Lakes Parks throughout the summer and feature local musicians and groups.

Cedar Creek  
All 2016 concerts start at 4:00pm (unless noted)
Outdoor Amphitheater
 
Sunday, June 5 - Pittsburgh Big Band Legends
 
Sunday, June 19 - Andy Gregg Country Combo
 
Sunday, July 3 - Mon-Valley Jazz Ensemble
 
Sunday, July 17 - The Townsmen Plus One
 
Sunday, July 31 - Wally Ginger's Orchestra
 
Sunday, August 28 - The Solitudes
 

Twin Lakes Park  
All 2016 concerts will take place at the Brian T. Rusnock Amphitheater,
Twin Lakes Park Expansion Area
Click here to download the Summer Concert Series flyer!
Sunday, May 29

Kick-Off Concert!
Featuring Shades of June, Life of Brian, East Coast Turnaround
Start time 1:00pm
Click here to view the Kick-Off Concert flyer!
Saturday, June 11 Battle of the Bands
Start time 1:00 p.m.
Click here to view the Battle of the Bands flyer!
Saturday, June 25 and
Sunday, June 26 
Polka Weekend!
Both concerts start at 4:00pm
PA Express Polka (June 25)
Polka Pals (June 26)
Saturday, July 16
The Abilene Band
Start time 6:00pm
View the concert flyer here!
Saturday, July 30
Lovebettie
featuring Battle of the Bands winner VACANCY!
Start time 6:30pm
View the concert flyer here!
Saturday, August 13
Supper Break String Band
Start time 5:15pm
NOMAD (North of Mason Dixon)
Start time 7:00pm
View the concert flyer here!
Sunday, August 28*** Wally Ginger's Orchestra
*** Will be held at the Island Stage, Twin Lakes Park
Start time 4:00pm
Saturday, September 24 The Even Three
Start time 4:00pm
Under the Covers
Start time 5:00pm
View the concert flyer here!



The Summer Concert Series is sponsored by:
  • Tri-County Federation of Musicians
  • News Talk 1480 Radio
  • Westmoreland County Local Arts Grant Program
  • Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts Program*
  • Music Performance Trust Funds**

This schedule is subject to change at any time
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*The Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts program is a partnership between thirteen regional arts organizations and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency. Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts is administered in this region by the Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance.

**The U.S. Recording Companies furnish funds in whole or in part for the instrumental music for these performances through the Music Performance Trust Funds as arranged by Local 592 and 539 American Federation of Musicians.