The summer run of concerts at Coleman Memorial Park continues July 9 with The Don Johnson Project taking the stage in what’s being billed as “one of their final appearances in central Pennsylvania.”
Gates open at 5 p.m., with music set to begin at 6 and run until 9 p.m. Unlike most of the shows at the amphitheater, this one is 21+ only and IDs will be checked, as an on-site vendor will be selling adult beverages to enjoy with the music. (No outside alcohol is permitted, but outside food may be brought in and a concession stand will also be available.) Snitz Creek Brewery will be the beverage vendor for this concert.
Organizers say that if you like Hendrix, Otis, and BB King, you will love this band. For a sense of what to expect, check out this video of a previous performance:
The admission cost is $5 per person. No smoking is permitted inside this area of the park, and no pets except service animals will be allowed. All proceeds will go towards Friends of Coleman Memorial Park for park maintenance and improvements.
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