e Cass County Arts Alliance: 2018 - Summer Sundown Music Series - archived


Traveling in the Parks!       

"Summer Sundown Music Series" is brought to you by:

Security Federal Savings Bank, Logansport Parks Department, and Cass County Arts Alliance!                 

List of performers in one of four parks located in Logansport are as follows:

DATE                                   VENUE                                      ARTIST
May 27th                             LITTLE TURTLE                       STEVE POCHI
June 3rd                              FAIRVIEW PARK                      ASTORIA DISTILLING COMPANY
June 10th                            FAIRVIEW PARK                       BROTHER DAD
June 17th                            FAIRVIEW PARK                       SOUTHSIDE DENNY SNYDER 
June 24th                            FAIRVIEW PARK                       MATT BARNETT (SPARROW 5)
July 1st                                TOWER PARK                           ADAM ROGERS
July 8th                                TOWER  PARK                         ALEC SWANK (change from poster)  
July 15th                              TOWER PARK                          GRACE SCOTT BAND
July 22nd                             TOWER PARK                          BRIAN ENDERS
July 29th                              TOWER PARK                          BRANDT CARMICHAEL
Aug. 5th                               SPENCER PARK                      NED BOYD
Aug. 12th                             SPENCER PARK                      MIKE ALMON
Aug. 19th                             SPENCER PARK                      LITA & RICK ROUSER
Aug. 26th                             SPENCER PARK                      STEVE MICHAELS

What could be better than listening to some great local musicians jamming on a Sunday evening? 
Join your friends and bring the kids and a picnic to the banks of the beautiful Wabash River at Little Turtle Waterway in downtown Logansport.
This event runs every Sunday evening from 7:00-8:00 from the Sunday before Memorial Day to the last Sunday in August and is free to the public. 
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