Tonight’s Triangle Park concert moves inside Elks

LOCK HAVEN Tonight’s free concert by the New Broad River Band will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. as planned, but due to the weather, it will be held inside the Elks club at 216 E. Main St. instead of Triangle Park.

The band blends unique stylings from a broad spectrum of Americana, bluegrass, roots and other genres with insightful original work. This appearance will feature the original band with award-winning fiddler Julian Pinelli, five-string banjo phenom Judo Aaron Allison, Miss Monique (Pinelli) on upright bass with Clyde Canton (aka David Pinelli, Lock Haven High School Class of 1974) on guitar. David is the lead vocalist and primary songwriter.

The Elks Lodge 182 opens its Main Event Ballroom for all the Friday evening concerts when the weather is bad, and the Elks trustees have generously agreed to waive the fee for the latter part of the concert season.

Financial support of the 2017 Summer Concert Series is provided by the following sponsors: The Lock Haven Express, Bear Country Radio WQBR, The Record, Auto Barn, Avis Building Supply, Central Pennsylvania Auto Auction, Clinton County, Clinton County Community Foundation, Clinton County Economic Partnership and Visitors Bureau, Comcast, Diversified Asset Planners, Dotterer Equipment, Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center, First Quality, Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #4298, Gearhart Herr Insurance, Homestead Pools, Jersey Shore Hospital, Jersey Shore State Bank, Keller & Munro, L.W. Peters Disposal Service Inc., La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, Lock Haven Moose, Loggia Giosue Carducci Lodge #146, MediaX Creative Inc., Pizza City, Thrivent Financial, Triple D Truss, and UPMC Susquehanna Health.

To learn more about the 2017 Summer Concert Series, check the City of Lock Haven’s website at