The Union County Summer Arts Festival concert series continues on Wednesday, July 25, with the Vinny’s & Katfish Lucy taking the stage at Echo Lake Park in Mountainside.
The free concert series is presented by the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Department of Parks and Recreation. The Summer Arts Festival concert series is held at Echo Lake Park during the month of July and moves to Oak Ridge Park in Clark during the month of August.
“As the summer continues we look forward to seeing everyone at Echo Lake Park enjoying another season of great music,” said Union County Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados. “And please arrive early and participate in UC Get Fit Yoga in the Park, a great way for families to stay healthy together.”
The Vinny’s are a classic rock cover band from right here in Union County. They put their own spin on the classics in a very loud, rock and roll fashion, with influences ranging from the Beatles and Bowie to Eric Clapton and Tom Petty. Katfish Lucy features the Jersey Shore Rock, Reggae, Blues and Funk with five musicians who have been playing the both locally and nationally for many years.
While enjoying the wonderful music, refreshments may be purchased from Benito’s Jersey Curbside Eats or Danny’s Soft Serve Ice Cream. Attendees can also pack a picnic basket, bring lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the music under the stars.
Once again UC Get Fit Yoga in the Park, a Union County Freeholder initiative will be part of the Wednesday night pre-concert schedule, with House Yoga of Kenilworth presenting a free community class from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Bring a mat or beach towel and participate in healthy activities for the entire family before the music begins.
Here is a list of the upcoming concerts (all shows begin at 7:30 p.m.):
Echo Lake Park, Mountainside
- July 25 The Vinny’s & Katfish Lucy
Oak Ridge Park, Clark
- August 1 Jobonanno & the Godsons
- August 8 American Rapture
- August 15 Brother John Brown Band
- August 22 Dead on Live
Please visit www.ucnj.org/summer for more summertime fun activities.
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