Wes Point Park Gazebo
July 5 – August 30 — 7:00 p.m.
Patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, coolers and picnic baskets, (no alcohol is permitted).
Ice cream is available for purchase at all concerts thanks to the Willoughby Senior Center Board of Trustees
July 5 – Found Sounds: Alumni of the University of Akron Steel Drum Band is a unique ensemble made up of alumni and faculty performing a variety of authentic calypso, soca, reggae, and Island music for your enjoyment.
July 12 – GeezeCats (geez kats) n. Slang 1. Some cool old guys. 2. Aging hipsters, hepcats. 3. A topnotch premium quality Doo-Wopp band from Cleveland, Ohio!
July 19 – The Chardon Polka Band is not your average polka band. They are a group that brings new life and energy to this traditional music. While the group has an extensive catalogue of traditional polkas, they are not afraid to bring their own tunes into the mix along with polka-pop covers of artists like Justin Bieber and Lady Ga Ga; the band loves pleasing crowds anywhere and everywhere.
July 26 – The Diamond Project is a premier Neil Diamond cover band dedicated to performing a true replication of the musical stylings of a live Neil Diamond concert.
August 2 – Dave Anderson presents The Sounds of Willoughby with his guitar talents to the summer concert series along with a few of his talented friends. You never know who might show up!
August 9 – Out Of Eden is 6 piece Tribute Band who have replicated the music and vocal harmonies of the Legendary Eagles, Don Henley & Joe Walsh. All of The Eagles classic songs are performed!
August 16 – Pieces of Eight featuring the Lakeside Brass is a Classic Rock tribute band well known to the Northeast Ohio. Eight veteran musicians with a dynamic horn section highlights the rest of the lineup of guitars, keyboards and drums.
August 23 – The Karma Kings are an experienced cover band, playing some of the great tunes of the past decades through to the popular hits of today.
August 30 – Abbey Rodeo plays the Beatles or the early Mersey Beat & 60’s sound but also with an element of hillbilly and country music to it. They add a combination of bluegrass and country sounding instruments that have the ability to transform a song. It is amazing how well a fiddle or banjo works in many Beatles songs.
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