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Weeden Park is located on Main Street (Route 206) adjacent to the Post Office. Ample parking nearby. See directions page.

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Music in the Park

A Summer Community Concert Series

Thursday Nights at 7:00 PM
June
12, 19, 26; July 10, 17, 24, 31; August 7, 14, 21 (6:30), 2014

 
More than just music
 
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Enjoy fine music in a community park setting!
Since the summer of 2001, we have been filling Weeden Park with the sounds of established regional musicians. Bring friends and family to the park for a relaxing evening - and consider bringing a chair, blanket and picnic too. It's FREE!

 

 

Thursday June 12, 7:00 pm
Sorry, This Evening Not Held Because of Weather
Band:  Lawrence Community Concert Band
Lawrence Community Band.The Lawrence Community Concert Band is celebrating its 22nd anniversary year in 2014, bringing a variety of enjoyable, familiar music to audiences in Lawrenceville and vicinity. The band consists of 35 accomplished amateur and professional players who live locally and engage in a variety of occupations.
Formed in 1992, the band plays a wide assortment of music, including Broadway show tunes, Sousa marches, classical and semi-classical pieces and Americana numbers. It plays concerts at civic and fraternal venues, senior citizen communities and nursing and rehabilitative facilities and performs annually at Lawrence Township's Memorial Day ceremonies.

Thursday June 19, 7:00 pm
Sorry, Not Held Because of weather.
Band: Riverside Bluegrass Band
Riverside.Riverside Bluegrass Band is a five-piece acoustic string band from Princeton, New Jersey. We combine traditional bluegrass music with bluegrass-style interpretations of classic and newer pop and country songs by the Beatles, the Byrds, Steve Earle, Ricky Skaggs, Buddy Miller and many others.

Food: Chambers Walk

Thursday June 26, 7:00 pm
Band:  Carnaby Street
Carnaby St.CARNABY ST. is a band that takes their listeners on a musical experience of the 1960s. Featuring music from the British Invasion along with various American artists, CARNABY ST. breathes new life into the songs that are fondly remembered as the cornerstones for popular music's favorite era. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Moody Blues, The Who, The Dave Clark Five, The Bee Gee's The Hollies to Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, The Monkees, The Byrds and One-Hit-Wonders of the time. CARNABY ST. Has performed with well recognized acts like The Moody Blues, Rod Stewart, The Kinks, The Temptations, The Grass Roots, Gary Puckett and The Monkees.

Food: Leonardo's II

Thursday July 10, 7:00 pm
Band:  Combo Bossa Nova
Combo Bossa Nova.Combo Bossa Nova is a sextet that brings to its audiences a taste of Bossa Nova, the Brazilian music that "seduced the world" in the late 1950s and early '60s. To this day the quintessential Bossa Nova hit "The Girl From Ipanema" is one of the two most performed songs in the world, second only to "Yesterday" by the Beatles. 
Formed in the winter of 2010-2011 by four friends from varying musical backgrounds, CBN has quickly grown into a sextet that employs vocals, guitar, mandolin, flute, upright bass and percussion to perform the works of such Brazilian musical luminaries as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Luis Bonfa, Roberto Menescal, Eliane Elias, and Marcos Valle (with a few surprises thrown in). 
It's been said that an evening of CBN's latin rhythms and lyrics helps listeners to momentarily steal away to the easy, care-free life that was Brazilian beach culture of the 1950s and 60s.

Food: Purple Cow

Thursday July 17, 7:00 pm
Band:  Aldrich Brothers Band
Aldrich brothers.The Aldrich Bros. are a local band with the brothers Dan and John on guitars and vocals, Mario Greatti on guitar, Chris Grace on bass, and Gary Breza on drums (not pictured). All the members have played in the area extensively in other groups, together its a whole different thing. They play a panoramic variety of music spanning the history of Rock.

Food: Amalfi's

Thursday July 24, 7:00 pm
Band:  The Bansai Bills
Bansai Bills.The Bansai Bills are an original rock band that is determined to revive jazz, blues and funk amongst listeners of all ages. The Band currently consists of Dan Galvano (keyboards, vocals, bass), Dan Albi (drums, percussion, vocals) and Conor Timpane (guitar, vocals). Their creative bonds, as well as their friendships, were created when they were in grade school and have not stopped progressing since.

The Bansai Bills deliver complex, eclectic and mesmerizing rock and roll performances with influences ranging from the classics such as Frank Sinatra, BB King and James Brown to songwriters Tom Waits, The Grateful Dead and The Band, as well as jazz masters Herbie Hancock, John Coltrane and Wayne Shorter. They consistently play around New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania in premier venues and music festivals.

Food: Fedora

Thursday July 31, 7:00 pm
Band: Reock & Roll Revue
Reock & Roll Review.There is no one style that could define the Reock & Roll Revue's sound. The Revue's playlist spans the musical spectrum of the last 50 years and knows No boundaries. The Members of The Revue include Jerry Steele on stringed instrumentals of all kinds, Chris Grace on bass Guitar, Mario DiBartolo on Electric Guitars, Michael White on Drums & percussion, Bud Belviso on Acoustic Guitar & keyboards, and Tom Reock on keyboards.
The band members all share vocal duties. All reside in the Princeton/Trenton area and have been performing throughout the community as well as the rest of the country for many years in various lineups & projects.

Food: Acacia

Thursday August 7, 7:00 pm
Temporaries.Band:  TEMPOraries
Playing your favorite Rock R&B. A Rockin' Band of Parents, Educators, and Friends who met while supporting Music in the Ewing Schools. This group has become a favorite of the greater Mercer County area, bringing enthusiasm and depth of presentation to some great music.

Food: Chambers Walk

 

Thursday August 14, 7:00 pm
Band:  RGM Project
RGM.RGM Project is a contemporary blues/jazz/funk fusion band made up of top local musicians, with a full horn section, which performs all original compositions. The ensemble formed in 2009 from a collaborative recording project, and features original compositions and arrangements of Bernie Klemmer, vocal stylings of Bethanne Reid, Saxes/Horn arrangements of Andrew Neu. Other members include Bassist Rob Cochran, pianist Fran Danis, drummer Matt Curran, and guitarist Mark Walsh, Peter Neu, Chuck Gottesman, Brian Pastor, John Fioravanti, Bill Washer, and Sal Centola. RGM Project continues to work with multi-Grammy award winning producer, Phil Nicolo of Studio 4, where finishing touches are being put on the tracks for RGM Project's upcoming CD release.

Food: Chambers Walk

Thursday August 21, 6:30 pm
Band:  Hot Taters

Food: Fedora

 

Concert Cafe
Main Street and local restaurants will offer an a la carte dinner in the park starting at 6:30 pm as indicated. Beverages and desserts also available. Come early to get Cafe seating. Cash only.

Or enjoy a full meal at our local restaurants.

 

In case of inclement weather Call 609 219-9300 after 4pm the day of the event - a recorded message will be left indicating if the evening's concert is canceled. No message means the concert will proceed as scheduled. Raindates, where feasible, will be on the Sunday following the scheduled concert date. Program events are subject to change!

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