2021 Lock Haven Summer Concert Series line up announced
LOCK HAVEN – Lock Haven City Council announced the line up for the 2021 City of Lock Haven Summer Concert Series during its meeting Monday night.
Director of Community Life Kasey Campbell told council and the public there would be 16 total bands performing, with 10 set for Friday and 6 on Saturday.
Campbell further explained that the concerts on Saturday will take place on the Floating Stage. Previously, floating stage concerts at the J. Doyle Corman Amphitheater were performed on Sunday. This year, Campbell said they would be on Saturday from 6:30 to 9 p.m. and feature artists such as Aaron Kelly, Uptown Music Collective and Into the Spin.
The Friday concerts will be split between two locations. During evenings when Main Street is closed for the Pedestrian Mall, performances will take place on the Grove Street Stage. They include The Lindy Sisters, Bellefonte Community Band and Flashback.
On Fridays when Main Street remains open, concerts will take place at Triangle Park. They include Cadillac Cats, Little German Band and Speed Bump Willy among others.
A full list of performers is listed below:
GROVE STREET STAGE
– The Lindy Sisters will perform on June 25.
– Bellefonte Community Band will perform on July 9.
– The Sultans, a jazz/variety band, will perform on July 30.
– The Hex Highway Blues Band will perform on Aug. 13 as part of the annual LH Jams Festival.
– Classic rock band Flashback will perform on Aug. 27.
– Blues band Cadillac Cats will perform on July 2.
– Easy rock group Mike + Cass will perform on July 16.
– Robert Richardson will perform on July 23.
– Little German Band will perform on Aug. 6.
– Speed Bump Willy will perform on Aug. 20.
– Aaron Kelly will kick off the floating stage concerts on June 26.
– Into the Spin will perform on July 10.
– Williamsport based Uptown Music Collective will perform on July 24.
– Frank Wicher Band will perform on Aug. 7.
– York Street Hustle will perform on Aug. 14 as part of the annual LH Jams Festival.
– Willie Nile will closeout the floating stage on Aug. 21.
All members of council were present for Monday night’s meeting held via livestream. Look for further information from the meeting in a later edition of The Express.