05 / 20 / 2015
  - 11:13:54 AM
Hopkinton Summer Concert Series Announced

The Hopkinton Summer Concert Series welcomes new and returning performance acts this summer to the Hopkinton Common. The free concert series begins June 19 and runs through mid-August. Performances are from 5 to 7 p.m., with children’s entertainment from 4 to 5 p.m. New to the series is acoustic rock band Lower Level, who opens the series, Friday, June 19, with their blend of rock and roll, hip hop, and country. The concerts continue Sundays, with a wide array of musical styles, including performances from the Roy Scott Big Band, classical selections from the Metrowest Symphony Orchestra, classic rock from The Missy Maxfield Project, and more. Details are available at www.hopartscenter.org/summerseries.

Audiences are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, and picnics with them on the common. Food and beverages will be available for sale from the Uxbridge First Night Food Truck. The Hopkinton Summer Concert Series is sponsored by The Barbara Corbett-Dobson and Dave Dobson Memorial Fund, Hopkinton Parks and Recreation Department, and the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

Concert Schedule: (5–7 p.m.)                      Children’s Performer Schedule: (4–5 p.m.)

June 19: Lower Level                                       Lucky Bob

June 28: The Reminisants                                Disney Princesses

July 12: The Roy Scott Big Band                      To be announced.

July 19: Metrowest Symphony Orchestra         To be announced.

July 26: Times Square                                       Barn Babies

Aug. 9: The Glamour Girls                                Motyko

Aug. 16: The Missy Maxfield Project               Disney Princesses



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