The Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks and Recreation will host two free summer concert series at Twin Lakes and Cedar Creek Parks. These concerts feature local musicians and bands and offer free admission and parking. Visitors of all ages are encouraged to bring their own blankets or lawn chairs, and dogs are permitted on leashes.
The Twin Lakes Park concerts will be held on the Brian T. Rusnock Amphitheater at the Twin Lakes Park Expansion Area. The Twin Lakes Summer Concert Series is sponsored in-part by: The Secondhalf Coach Wealth Management; J. J. Hauser and Sons, Inc.; Star Auto Mall; Mike’s Car Lot; LESCO Federal Credit Union; Lakeview Animal Clinic; Scott E. Learn DMD; and Cliff’s Flooring Solutions. The schedule is as follows:
Sunday, May 27 – Kick-Off Concert featuring Dave Stout, Life of Brian, and The Hawkeyes, starting at 1:00pm (Variety)
Saturday, June 16 – Polka Night featuring the Joe Porembka Orchestra Tribute Band, 5:00pm; and John Stevens’ Doubleshot, 7:00pm
Saturday, July 14 – East Creek Road (Country), 6:30pm; and NOMaD (New Country), 8:00pm
Saturday, July 28 - The Fabulous Booze Brothers Show Band and Revue (Blues), 6:30pm
Sunday, July 29 – Contemporary Christian Night featuring Spiritsong, 4:30pm; and The Miraculous Catch of Fish, 6:00pm
Saturday, August 11 – Derek Woods Band (Rock/Jam), 6:30pm; and Flowerchild (Jam/Covers), 8:00pm
Sunday, August 18 – Big Atlantic (Rock), 6:30pm; Lovebettie (Swagger Rock), 8:00pm
Saturday, September 8 – Under the Covers (Party Covers), 5:30pm; and East Coast Turnaround (Rock), 7:00pm
Saturday, September 22 – Katelyn Rose (Country), 5:30pm; and Willow Hill (Country), 7:00pm
Saturday, October 6 – Well Strung (Bluegrass), 5:30pm; and The Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers (Americana), 7:00pm
The Cedar Creek Park concerts will be held at the Amphitheater. The schedule is as follows:
Sunday, June 3 – Wally Gingers Orchestra, 4:00pm (Big Band)
Sunday, June 17 – Mon Valley Jazz Ensemble, 4:00pm (Jazz)
Sunday, July 1 – The Townsmen Plus One, 4:00pm (Oldies)
Sunday, July 15 – Blue Heaven, 4:00pm (Indie/Pop)
Sunday, July 29 – Pittsburgh Big Band Legends, 4:00pm (Big Band)
Sunday, August 26 – The Sky-Maestros, 4:00pm (Variety)
For more information, please contact Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation at (724) 830-3950 or visit our website at www.co.westmoreland.pa.us/parks. These schedules are subject to change at any time.
To access the Brian T. Rusnock Amphitheater, follow Donohoe Road from the traffic light at Westmoreland Mall. At the four way stop, turn left on to George’s Station Rd. After crossing the railroad tracks, turn right onto Streetpark Loop.
The Cedar Creek Park Amphitheater is located on Evergreen Drive through the main entrance of the Park. Cedar Creek Park is located in Rostraver Township off Route 51, one-quarter mile north of I-70.