They’re a highly talented band who call themselves the Bronx Wanderers, but they make two very familiar stops as they tour the country. One is Las Vegas, where they have performed more than 1,000 shows at the Westgate, Bally’s, and Linq. The other is Mount Gretna.
The Wanderers – Vinny Adinolfi, his two sons and their two friends from high school – first appeared on stage at the Original Mount Gretna Cicada Music Festival in 2011, and they’ve been back each year ever since (except for one because of the pandemic).
The Wanderers kick off Season 28 of Cicada, the popular central Pennsylvania music festival, on Friday and Saturday, June 16 and 17, and are followed in August by performances by artists from the world of pop, rock ‘n’ roll and soul.
The Wanderers’ playlist spans generations, from the early 1960s to the ‘90s, and includes hits from such artists as Dion, Frank Valli, the legendary Queen and, even, Bruno Mars – music for both young and old.
Tickets are $30 for reserved seating and $35 at the door and are available through the Cicada Music Festival website. Showtime Is 7:30 p.m.; Box Office opens at 6 p.m.