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Summer Sundays concert series begins tomorrow

Celebrating 21 years of music in beautiful Reservoir Park, the Tyrone Regional Arts Council prepares to open the series this weekend.
Summer Sundays at Reservoir Park’s amphitheater will feature the music of the big bands, Dixieland, rock, and country.
Tomorrow evening, the energetic music of Dixieland, Ragtime and the Blues will open the series as the Summit City Saints Dixieland Band performs.
The 17-piece “Big Band Sound, Inc.” will bring back the glory days of the forties with that incomparable big band sound on July 16. “Keystone Society of Swing” will continue the music of the big bands on July 23 with an 18-piece orchestra. Classic rock and country is the specialty of “Broken Penny” who performs on July 30. The consummate performer “Zupe” will entertain on August 6 with his special stage show. The Reservoir Park series concludes on August 13 with the one and only “Lou Stein Band” featuring musicians from across the country.
Summer Sunday concerts begin at 6 p.m. and in the event of rain will be held at the Lutheran Church on Logan Avenue.
August 20 will be the annual “Organ and Voice Concert” beginning at 7 p.m. in the Lutheran Church. All programs are free of charge and the audience is encouraged to bring a chair or blanket to use as seating for the park concerts.
This summer’s concert series is made possible by a grant from the PA Council on the Arts, a state agency, the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, and Tyrone Borough. For additional information contact the ArtsLine office at 684-ART2.