Asheboro's "Seven Evenings in the Park" series started off with a bang Sunday night, as the gentle breeze of a perfect spring evening carried the rockin' tunes of the popular group, The Entertainers, throughout Bicentennial Park. Considered a beach music band, The Entertainer's playlist seemed to have something for everyone in attendance. The packed dance floor and full lawn were a pretty good indication that a diverse crowd of young and elder alike overwhelmingly approved.
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According to the band's website, The Entertainers were founded In 1980 and scored their first regional smash hit with "Living For The Summer" that same year. This song helped propel the group to the forefront of beach music, which led to their playing the finest clubs along the grand strand of Myrtle Beach, corporate conventions, weddings and festivals from Washington, DC to Naples, Florida. You can find out more about The Entertainers by visiting their website at www.theentertainersband.com .
Looking ahead, here is the remaining schedule for the series:
Sunday, June 7th - Envision
Sunday June 21st - East Coast Rhythm & Blues
Sunday, July 5th - The Castaways
Sunday, July 19th - Lakeside Drive Band
Sunday, August 16th - Black & Blue Experience
Monday, September 7th - Band of Oz
All shows start at 7:00 P.M.
The Seven Evenings in the Park series is brought to the community by the City of Asheboro Cultural and Recreational Services. The concerts are free of charge and food and beverage vendors are present. Grab your blankets and lawnchairs and join your neighbors for some enjoyable, family-friendly entertainment!