CUBA, NY -- Cuba’s inaugural “Music in the Park” series will continue July 17 in the Gazebo in Genesee Park. Featured performers will be folk artists One Flew Over and Paul Psathas, who performs in a variety of styles.
Hosted by the Palmer Opera House and other local sponsors, these 6 p.m. concerts are free event, but monetary and non-perishable donations will be gratefully accepted to benefit Cuba’s community food pantry, which is operated by the Cuba Council of Churches.
Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Refreshments will be available to benefit the newly opened Next Generation Youth Center in Cuba.
In case of inclement weather, all activities will be relocated to the Palmer Opera House.
Concerts are alcohol and substance-free events. Children are welcome to attend.
The lineup for the remainder of the summer is:
July 24: Adam Stack (acoustic guitar)
July 31: Cuba’s “Brat Pack,” A Salute to Sinatra and Friends
Aug. 7: Alex Leyva (acoustic guitar)
Aug. 14: Casual Reply (easy listening)
Aug. 21: Amy and Reeni (folk/easy listening) and Sugarhooks (folk/easy listening)
Aug. 28: Damiano and Donna (classic rock and roll)
For more information on the Cuba Council of Churches, visit their Facebook page.