Rock, blues, rockabilly and jazz are among the genres that will take center stage during North Augusta’s 2018 Music in the Park series.
The free hour-long outdoor concerts will be held in North Augusta’s Maude Edenfield Park each Thursday May 10 through July 12 at 7 p.m. The park, located at 495 Brookside Ave., is adjacent to the North Augusta Community Center. Sponsors are the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council, the City of North Augusta and the University Health Care System. Concerts are moved inside the Community Center in the event of inclement weather.
The series is for all ages. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy music in this beautiful outdoor setting.
2018 MUSIC IN THE PARK SCHEDULE
– Oldies & Beach Music
King Cat and the Elders
Savannah River Winds
Garden City Chorus
Harmony River Chorus
Mike Frost Band
Doug & the Henrys
246th Army Band
– National Guard
Garden City Jazz
Phillip Lee Band
English as a Second Language Classes – Free
Basic to advance level classes, separate adult classes.
Every Wednesday at 6:30 PM
English Conversation Classes – Free
Intermediate/ advanced level classes
Every Thursday at 10:00 AM
Live Performance by National Broadway Tour Star
Heidi Gray, a 12-year-old North Augusta actor who portrayed Annie in the ?Annie the Musical International Broadway Tour? last year, will be both the headliner and honoree of?this?stellar North Augusta performance.
??The Heidi Gray Showcase? will feature the family-friendly musical and theatrical talents of Gray as well as other local standouts. Other performers?include Alli Dyches, a former North Augusta Idol; Dr. Stephen Cutchins, Pastor of Discipleship at First Baptist Church of North Augusta ; and Beth Ann Young, who has played significant roles in other North Augusta Cultural Arts Council theater productions. Susan Burgess, President of the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council, and Jeff Bussey, a member of the council, will accompany the performers on piano and percussion, respectively.
?This is truly world-class talent, and all of it is homegrown. The North Augusta Cultural Arts Council is thrilled to bring this Broadway-caliber performance to the citizens of North Augusta and the community at large.
See you at the show!