Hart summer concert series continues with food pantry benefit.

July 8, 2020

The Drew Hale performance, June 18, at The Commons Park.

Hart summer concert series continues with food pantry benefit.
 
HART – After hosting a successful COVID-19-modified Music on The Commons event in June, the City of Hart has announced that it will continue the beloved summer concert series with a few changes to comply with the CDC’s guidelines, states a press release from the Hart Economic and Redevelopment Team (HEART).

“For instance, the perimeter of the park will be fenced, so organizers can monitor the number of spectators while encouraging social distancing of groups not from the same household.

“The 2020 summer lineup features local and regional bands performing a variety of favorites from classic rock, country, folk, and more. Make plans to come early for shopping and dining in historic downtown Hart before you dance the night away at these family-friendly performances overlooking Hart Lake.”

On July 16, guests who bring 10 or more canned goods to donate to the Bread of Life Food Pantry will get an exclusive hand-drawn artist poster. “The need is especially high during these difficult economic times — your donations are greatly appreciated.”

The Bread of Life Food Pantry is located at 11 Washington St. and is open to the public on Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m.

The concert series is free and open to the public. Performances are at Hart Commons, located at the northeast corner of State and Main streets from 7-9 pm. Entertainment is subject to change. Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair and stay safely 6 feet from other groups outside their household to comply with public space guidelines established by the CDC.

The remainder of the 2020 lineup includes:


Thursday, July 16
ClusterPluck, Plucking to Feed (bluegrass, folk, rock and country)

Thursday, July 30
TBA

Thursday, Aug. 13
Yesterday’s Wine (traditional country)

Thursday, Aug. 27
The Scottville Clown Band (instrumental classics)

For more information about Music on the Commons, contact HEART at ‪231-301-8449‬ or visit www.takemetohart.org.

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