New this year is the addition of 3 concerts on Friday nights! The Park Board has been discussing ways to offer more concerts with a slightly different genre of music and to attract a more diverse crowd to the performances and Friday night concerts seemed to be a great way to do that! In addition, beer sales will be occurring at the Friday night concerts (only), with the Wee Panthers Football Organization volunteering their time to dispense the beverages, and using the time as a fundraiser. (Please note the Friday night concerts have a 7:30pm start time and may run a little longer than our Tuesday night concerts.) Anyone and everyone are welcome to all the concerts.
The following is the musical line-up that is brought to you by the City of Springboro and the Springboro Park Board. Enjoy!
July 1 – 122nd Army Band: Come out and help support our troops! The 122nd Army Band is a unit in the Ohio Army National Guard. Each year, the band travels throughout the state, performing traditional military band concerts, rock concerts, ceremonies, parades, and other public functions.
July 8 – The Danger Brothers: Thirty plus years of rocking the Midwest, The Danger Brothers vow to continue their long tradition of spine-tingling, eye-boggling, and ear-ringing Rock & Roll! Drawing from a 300 song playlist, each show is a musical journey from the 50’s through the 90’s that gets the crowd involved in every note.
Friday, July 11 (7:30-10:30) – Robin Lacy & DeZydeco: Add a little spice to your life! Come and enjoy New Orleans R & B, Creole Funk, Blues & Zydeco, and Louisiana Style Rock n’ Roll.
Friday, July 18 (7:30-10:30pm) – McGuffey Lane with opening act Jonalee White: McGuffey Lane is a country rock band from central Ohio. One of our biggest acts to date!
July 22 – The Rusty Griswolds: All music from the 1980’s…..enough said!!!!
Friday, July 25 (7:30-9:30pm) – Phil Dirt & The Dozers: America’s premier “Rock ‘N R’oldies” review (and the most popular vintage rock and roll show in the nation) will help you recapture those wonderful days! With their musical talent, high energy and contagious sense of humor, Phil Dirt & The Dozers will transport you to another time and place . . . namely, the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s of Rock and Roll!
July 29 – Kettering Civic Band: The Kettering Civic Band originated in 1959 as a 12-member ensemble.