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Sounds Under the Stars - West Chester

Event Date/Time

Jul 4, 2013 to Aug 8, 2013
7:30 pm

This event occurs weekly on Thursday.


Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Picnics welcome.

July 4 – Lukens Band
Patriotic songs and marches are the basis for any 4th of July concert and Lukens Band will follow in the tradition. They will also add songs from the Lion King and Les Miserables.

July 11 — Jay Smar — Special Children’s Program
Grownups will like it too! Interactive with audience singing, learning to clog dance, and the tales of coal mining. Jay has travelled from Coal Country to the BVA for several adult programs.

July 18 – Billy Penn Burger
This local artist andsongwriter will be accompanied by a small band.

July 25 – Swing Kings
West Chester’s own full size dance band will feature tunes from the '30s, '40s and '50s.

Aug. 1 – Rob Dickenson Band
This local favorite returns again with a program of original songs. He is headquartered just over the hill from the

Aug. 8 – Pennsylvania Flute Choir
Approximately 20 flutes including lower voiced flutes not normally heard.

Cost Free

Myrick Conservation Center
1760 Unionville-Wawaset Rd.
West Chester, PA
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Additional Information
Location: PA - Chester County
Free Event?: No Cost
Pre-Register?: No registration needed
Ages: All Ages/Families

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