Our Town Stage reported that the Liberty Park 2021 Summer Concert Series will start off, debuting at the Liberty Park Amphitheater on July 23.
The first act selected for the series is The Legacy Motown Revue. Honoring legendary icons of Motown, four skilled performers will meet up to dance and sing. Joined with an astounding six-piece horn band, you’ll be shipped back on schedule to one of the most influential periods of American musical history.
One of country music’s best new acts, Parmalee, is up close to perform on Aug. 6. Proclaimed as “Country Music’s Breakout Stars” by MSN Entertainment, Parmalee has supported Brad Paisley and Jake Owen on national tours, and these platinum-selling band of brothers are a 2016 American Country Music “New Vocal Duo/Group of the Year” nominee as well as are one of just four groups since 2001 to acquire three consecutive Top 10 singles from a debut country album.
Proceeding with the series line-up is well known beach band The Catalinas, who are scheduled for Aug. 20. The Catalinas have delighted in proceeded with progress for over 35 years, and are known for their recordings, a large number of live performances including numerous concerts, and the jokes of their very lively shows.
As one of the longest-running bands on the East Coast beach music scene, Band of Oz will round out the concert series with their Aug. 27 performance. As one of the most successful groups in the Southeast, The Band of Oz highlights a full horn section and a unique eight-member group.
All concerts are free, open to the public, and will be held at the Liberty Park Amphitheater. For each show, the venue opens at 4 p.m. Concert start times are 6 p.m. for The Legacy Motown Revue, The Catalinas and Band of Oz, while Parmalee will start off at 6:30 p.m. Merchants and food trucks will be set up an hour preceding the performance. Alcohol can be bought from local beer vendors and should be joined by a wristband, which is accessible for buy for $1 at the entrance.