Free concerts, movies highlight summer entertainment in Cranberry
Thursdays in the Park
- Cranberry Park Rotary Ampitheater
- Weekly on Thursday
- Starting on: Jul 16, 2015
- Ending on: Aug 13, 2015
Thursday evening concerts on the lawn at the Community Park Rotary Amphitheater, 111 Ernie Mashuda Dr., Cranberry Township, PA 16066. Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets, and refreshments. Food will also be available for sale at the concert site from the Cranberry Township Noon Rotary.
July 16. Blackhorse. The sole focus of this five-piece band is on presenting the overlooked classics of country music made popular by such legends of the genre as Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, George Jones and Hank Williams, Sr. 7 pm.
July 23. Keystone Musical Theater. Led by theatre veterans Chris and Alison Rose Saunders, KMS members will present a revue of music taken from popular Broadway shows. 8 pm.
July 30. Network. The quintet that makes up Network Rocks concentrates on familiar songs, encouraging audiences to sing along with such classics as Ain’t No Sunshine, Brown Eyed Girl, Beast of Burden, Fly Like an Eagle, and Some Kind of Wonderful. 7 pm.
August 6. NOMaD. A the six members of NOMaD, whose name comes from “North of Mason-Dixon,” are known for their hard-rocking country style which has been on display as an opening act for national shows as well as on its self-titled CD. 7 pm
August 13. Elvis Lives. Elvis Lives, A Tribute to the King, features Randy Galioto in the title role of a unique act designed to capture the essence of a live 1970s show. It includes a variety of music from Elvis’ early days through to his performances in Las Vegas. 7 pm.
Movie in the Park
Tuesday, August 11. Jumanji. A 1995 fantasy adventure film adapted from the 1981 children's book of the same name. The story centers on 12-year-old boy trapped in a Jumanji game in 1969 and unwittingly released 26 year later. Rated PG. Cranberry Township Community Park Rotary Amphitheater. Starting at dusk