Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Last installment of summer concerts tonight

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Tom Rigney and Flambeau play at tonight's Summer Concert in the Park. Courtesy photo.

  

LAKEPORT – As the summer starts to wane, so does the 19th year of our free concerts in the park.


Tonight's performance marks the end of the 2007 season of Summer Concerts in the Park, which has become more than just a tradition for Lake County residents and their guests. And there's no better performers to take it out on a high note than violinist Tom Rigney and his band Flambeau as they return to Library Park for the season finale.

 

 

A very popular and busy group, Rigney and his mates travel and perform extensively throughout the Western states and will add a trip to Alaska to their resume later this month.

 

 

This evening should please everyone with tons of energy and mounds of original music. Expect pleasant mid-80s temperatures, light winds and goofy half-time giveaways; we will have more memories and reasons to look forward to next year's series.


Once again KNTI DJ Eric Patrick and the crew from Bi-Coastal Media will host the festivities.


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