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Verona's Concerts in the Square Kick Off July 13

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VERONA, NJ - The Township of Verona hosts its summer outdoor concerts for the 12th year with three July concerts at the Civic Center Square in front of Town Hall, 600 Bloomfield Avenue, and one August concert at the Verona Community Pool, 257 Fairview Avenue.

Presenter Investors Bank and other community organizations are proud to sponsor this summer’s exciting lineup of concerts on Wednesday evenings, July 13, 20, 27 andAugust 24 at 7:00 pm. These performances, featuring diverse artists set on an outdoor stage, will showcase a variety of musical styles from popular favorites and classic rock n' roll to summer party favorites.

“We are proud to support the Verona Concert Series,” said Investors Bank President and CEO Kevin Cummings. “Thank you to all of the people involved in organizing and producing this event. We look forward to it and hope everyone has a lot of fun.”

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The Verona Mayor and Council give special thanks to its sponsors – Investors Bank, Verona Municipal Alliance Committee, McEnerney, Brady & Company, Verona P.B.A. Local 72 and Verona-Cedar Grove Times as media sponsor.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs, blankets and picnics to the concerts held at the Civic Center Square. Many of Verona restaurants will be open to take your picnic orders.

Come and enjoy entertainment under the stars listening to the following live entertainment:

Sponsored by Verona Mayor & Council

Wed. July 13th – “AM Gold” at the Civic Center Square

This dynamic contemporary band will perform the hit tunes from the 1975 to 1990.  Listen to the music of Hall & Oates, Michael McDonald, Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers and many more.  A live Jukebox at its best!!!

Sponsored Verona Municipal Alliance Committee

Wed. July 20th – “Beginnings” at the Civic Center Square

The ultimate tribute to the group “Chicago”.  The horn section will electrify your audience and the vocals make you feel like you are at an authentic Chicago concert as they play all their hits.

Sponsored by McEnerney, Brady & Company: A Division of PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP

Wed. July  27th  – “Eaglemania” at the Civic Center Square

Since their inception, Eaglemania has been thrilling audiences all over the East Coast with their stunning five part harmonies and their uncanny ability to emulate The Eagles note by note. Their show consists of all of the Eagles greatest hits.

Sponsored by Verona P.B.A. Local 72

Wed. August 19th – “Alotta Colada” at the Verona Community Pool

Alotta Colada is an exciting Island Party Band, with an all-star lineup of seasoned musicians, stage props, palm trees and a lot of fun! The Act boasts authentic vocal harmonies with five unique male and female lead vocal. The music is timeless, from Marley to Buffet, Jersey Shore Classics to Lady Gaga - summer songs all night long!

This concert, held at the Verona Pool, will be open to Verona residents only. Purchase your favorite summer foods and beverages from the snack bar.

Entertainment is coordinated by LaGuardia & Associates Entertainment LLC.

For information, call 973-571-9744, visit the Facebook page Verona-Summer-Concert-Series.

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