Concerts In The Cloud
City, Chamber bringing free music to Rotary Park
One of the many bonuses of our finest bipeninsular season is outdoor music.
There is something about sitting outside on a summer evening listening to some good tunes while relaxing in a lawn chair, chatting it up a bit with friends and family and maybe enjoying some food you didn’t have to make.
Such an opportunity exists on a monthly basis at the hidden gem of a park nestled along the White River in our county seat.
Rockin’ Rotary Park is a summertime musical initiative put on by the River Country Chamber of Commerce and the city of White Cloud. A monthly offering of music with a variety of performers bringing their sound to an outdoor stage.
Best of all it is FREE. Yes, you can enjoy some live music with not a dime nor dollar leaving your pockets.
Unless of course you are hungry. The tunes are free but the eats, provided by local organizations, are not.
This Wednesday, June 8 from 5:30-8:30pm the series kicks off with the David Yonker band, a faith-based group of rockers with some local roots.
From their website:
“...multi-generational rockers who demonstrate that Rock & Roll does not discriminate based on age! The message of their lyrics is carried by a sound that stimulates and captivates people of all ages. They believe strongly in the power of music and its ability bring people to a place of worship before the King of Kings and challenge their walk with Christ.”
July brings Luke Warm and the Not So Hots to the Cloud for those who like a bit of country/newgrass sound, August will see the dad and daughter duo The Faulkners take the stage and September brings in Gabe Schillman to wrap up the series.
Need more info? Hit the link below.
And rock on White Cloudians.
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