South Nyack Free Summer Concerts

Dated: 06/26/2015

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The Franklin Street Park is the site of the free summer concerts that are being held and hosted by the village of South Nyack.

The first is June 28. The Catahoula Cajun Band plays dance music of Southern Louisana. It's a fusion of French, American and Country with influences for the African rhythms, Creole and Blues.

July 26 is AbajadA, a blend of fokl, rock, soul, world and love music.

August 30 is Blarney Stew, jigs, reels, and Celtic tunes. This band has great vocals and energy.

So gather your friends, family, and neighbors and come to the Franklin Street Park in South Nyack. The programs run from 6:30-8:30.

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Bonnie Kelly

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