Meadow Music: Summer concert series at the Morris Aboretum

 

Groovin' family fun | image via morrisarboretum.blogspot.comWhile everyone is "Working for the Weekend" (cue Loverboy) why not work for the week and get out and enjoy the sounds of summer. That’s right; we’re talking about a summer concert series right here in the city of Brotherly love. The Morris Arboretum is hosting a summer concert series this summer that the whole family can enjoy. All concerts will take place at their beautiful Azalea Meadow on 100 E. Northwestern Ave.

7/28- Groovin’ in the Garden with Plan B Jazz Band is hosted by WRTI 90.1FM “Your Classical and Jazz Station.” 

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Plan B, they are a contemporary smooth jazz band consisting of five talented musicians born and raised in Philadelphia. Their style can be best described as innovative because they bring new energy and dynamic expression to their songs. Plan B performs popular covers as well as originals. No matter what song they are singing, Plan B is sure to leave you hungry for more.  The music starts at 7 p.m. and goes until 8:3 0p.m. but if your interested in a beer tasting, compliments of Flourtown Beverage, be sure to get there around 6 p.m. 

8/4- XPN Kids Corner with Alex and the Kaleidoscope Band

Alex and the Kaleidoscope Band has won 14 national awards for excellence in children’s entertainment.  All of the songs are uplifting and engage children as well as adults to interact with the music.  The band sings about emotions, nature, ensuring a an entertaining hour for your children! Get their at 6:30 p.m. for the band and 5:30 p.m. to make your own musical instrument.

8/11- XPN Kids Corner with Yosi & The Superdads

Yosi & The Superdads are a rock band that performs lively, humorous songs. Title tracks include: "Dinosaur in Love," "Chicken Noodle Soup”and” Friend’s Around the World!" Yosi’s music can be heard on Sirus/XM Satellite Radio and has won multiple awards for his current CD “Super Kids Rock!” The fun begins with Yosi at 6:30 p.m. but don’t miss out on making some cool noise makers at 5:30 p.m.

 

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