Pearson Park plans summer concerts

People enjoy the shade of a tree and the music of the Dorals at a Pearson Park concert last year.

Pearson Park in Neshannock Township will again be hosting its Sunday music series this summer.

The new gazebo will host a free concert every Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. starting June 7. Spectators should bring a chair. 

The July 4 celebration is scheduled with a concert by the Red Coat Brass Band from 2 to 5 p.m., DJ Spidey from 6 to 10 p.m. and fireworks at 10 p.m. Food trucks will be in the Hutchison Center parking lot beginning at 2 p.m. Other activities are being planned. Social distancing as well as other guidelines will be in effect for the concerts and July 4 celebration. All bands are scheduled to play from 3 to 5 p.m., with the exception of July 4 and the Aug. 9 community day. Please call the park office at (724) 652-8842 for more information. 

The concerts are sponsored by Neshannock Township, Central Heating & Plumbing, Giordano Construction, Louis M. Perrotta, PC, Neshannock Lions Club, R. Cunningham Funeral Home & Crematory, Gale and Valerie Measel, Frank B. Taylor Engineering, Leslie and Ed Bucci and D.J. Hannon Plumbing & Heating.

The schedule is as follows. 

June 7 — Lawrence County Brass Band

June 14 — Following June (variety)

June 21 — Wrangler Band (country, rock)

June 28 — St. Marguerite’s Blue Coat Band (symphonic)

July 4 — Red Coat Brass Band, DJ Spidey 

July 5 — Rick Bruening (acoustic) 

July 12 — Jon & Bob (’70s & ‘80s, acoustic)

July 19 — Train Wreck (classic rock, modern country)

July 26 — McIltrot Brothers, Doug & Greg (’70s classic)   

Aug. 2 — Dante DiThomas Swing Band (big band music)

Aug. 9 — The Dorals (oldies)

Aug. 16 — Red Coat Brass Band

Aug. 23 — Manhattan (variety)

Aug. 30 — Rain Date

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