Dick Adams Jazz Quartet to play Triangle Park Friday night

LOCK HAVEN — The Summer Concert Series will welcome the Dick Adams Jazz Quartet to Triangle Park this Friday, July 1, from 6-8 p.m.

For over 35 years, this quartet has been performing jazz, standards, be-bop, swing-era classics and jazz rock fusion pieces. The band includes Dick Adams on alto and tenor sax, Dave Miller on keyboards and vocals, Bruce Bozyk on bass and Pete DeSanto on drums.

Grab your chairs and head on down to Triangle Park for the first concert of the summer!

The 2022 City of Lock Haven’s Summer Concert Series is sponsored by Bear Country Radio WQBR, Lock Haven Express, The Record, Clinton County, Clinton County Arts Council, Clinton County Community Foundation, Clinton County Economic Partnership & Visitor’s Bureau, Avis Building Supply, Bechdel Plumbing & HVAC, Brigandi, Gleghorn, & Haffley LLC, Cara Montarsi State Farm Insurance, Dotterer Equipment Inc., First Quality, Fraternal Order of the Eagles Aerie #4298, Hear the Birds Hearing Center, Horizon Federal Credit Union, Jersey Shore State Bank, Kauffman’s Store, Mid-Atlantic Marketing Group, Miller’s Furniture, Muncy Bank & Trust Company, Pizza City, Ridgecrest Home Sales, Susquehanna Transit, SWC Realty and UPMC Lock Haven.

Schedules are available at the concerts while supplies last. To learn more about the 2022 Summer Concert Series, check the City of Lock Haven’s website at www.lockhavenpa.gov. The public is invited to attend this free summer concert. Seating will not be provided; therefore, the public is asked to bring a lawn chair. The rain location for the Friday evening summer concerts is The Elks Club located at 219 East Main Street in Lock Haven.

While the committee is excited to offer these free concerts this summer, residents should remain vigilant to the threat of COVID-19. Anyone who is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or is included in a higher risk population are encouraged to keep their health and the health of their fellow residents as their primary interest and not attend.


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