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Clifton Summer Concert Series

By on July 1, 2013

CLIFTON, NJ – The free Clifton Summer Concert Series, sponsored by the Clifton Board of Recreation, will be held on Sunday evenings beginning 7:30 p.m. at Main Memorial Park (Park Slope and Main Avenue) July 7th through August 18th.  The concert series includes many genres of music including big band, oldies, polka, country and more.  Call the Clifton Recreation Department at (973) 470-5956 for more information.  Join the Clifton Recreation Department on the following dates:

July 7th: Parrotbeach – Jimmy Buffet Tribute and Island Tunes. Sponsored by: Rotary Club of Clifton

July 14th: Swingman and the Misfit Mutts – Swing, Rock, Rythmn & Blues. Sponsored by: Investors Bank

July 21st: Clifton Community Band – Pops in the Park (special hotdog night). Sponsored by: The Famous Midtown Grill

July 28th: The Ablemen – Pop, Polka and More. Sponsored by: JC Promotions (in Memory of Surrogate William Bate)

August 4th: James Dean Orchestra – Frank Sinatra Tribute. Sponsored by: Clifton Seniors Association

August 11th: Heavy Traffic – Blue Grass and More. Sponsored by: Garden Palace Lanes

August 18th: Emerald Experience – Party Band. Sponsored by: Downtown Clifton Economic Group

Join the Recreation Department for Walk and Talk Sundays.  Prior to each of our concerts, we walk around Main Memorial Pond.  Meet on the pathway facing Mustang Drive (stadium) at 6:30 p.m. Our department is committed to make sure that our programs are accessible for all citizens.  If you need assistance at our concerts, please contact us at least two weeks prior to the event so that we can make arrangements.  Handicap parking will be available at all concerts.  In case of rain concerts are cancelled.  Call (973) 470-5680 after 5:00 p.m. “This project is funded, in part, by the Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council at Passaic County Community College, through a general operating support grant from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.”