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Sunday Nights Get Better Soon: Summer Music Lineup Announced

Greenville Recreation and Parks has announced the summer lineup for the 40th annual Sunday in the Park.

sunday in the parkIf you haven’t been to Sunday in the Park before, check out this great outdoor community event with live music. Kids play in front of the stage. Folks get up and dance. Bring a chair or blanket or just sit on the grass. Pack a picnic. Walk along the river. Enjoy the music. It’s fun.

All shows are free to the public and begin at 7 p.m. at the Greenville Toyota Amphitheater on the Town Common, 100 East First Street.

June 2 — Tar River Community Band

June 9 — The Emerald City Big Band

June 16 — The Pitt Community College Symphony Orchestra

June 23 — The North Carolina Jazz and Blues Collaborative

June 30 — The Monitors

July 7 — The Super Grit Cowboy Band

July 14 — Panyelo

July 21 — David Dyer and the Crooked Smile Band

July 28 — Greenville Grass

August 4 — Spare Change

August 11 — The Donald Underwood Thompson Band

August 18 — Molasses Creek

This year’s concert series is put on by the City of Greenville and is also sponsored by Phelps Chevrolet, Dixon Foods (McDonald’s), Sheetz, One Source Communications, Physicians East, 107.9 and 1070 WNCT, the Greenville Times, and East Carolina Veterinary Service.

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