Summer Concerts & Children's entertainment

Summer 2022 Concert Series Schedule

Children’s entertainment at 6:30 pm followed by Main Stage at 7:15 pm

 

The following summer concerts will be held at Perkins Center for the Arts:

June 6th

Main Stage:  TBD 


June 13th

Main Stage:  TBD 


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The following summer concerts will be held on the front lawn of the Community House:

June 20th - Children’s Entertainment:  Jen Dunne, Librarian

Main Stage:  MoorArts Concert TBD


June 27th – Children’s Entertainment:  Brian Richards Magician; 
Main Stage:  Acoustic Explorer - Music from the late 1960’s to early 2000. A 3 piece acoustic vocal trio.

July 11 – Children’s Entertainment:  Ernie & Neal Rock and Roll Band;
Main Stage:  Radiation Nation was born several years back as a basement band of two radiologists - Dr James Elder (drummer) and Dr Randy Snyder (bass) - and their IT specialist Chris Haring (guitar), for the simple pleasure of enjoying the passion for playing live music together. Soon after, they took on a lead singer (Tom McHale), more guitars (Christian Cathcart & Rob Pandola), a keyboard player (Patrick Russamano), & a substitute bass player (Zach Kehley). Tom McHale and Dr Elder are Moorestown residents and Radiation Nation now enjoys performing for crowds of all ages who love to hear their favorite tunes from the 60s through today!!
 
July 18th – Children’s Entertainment:  Wagstaff & Co., Ventriloquist
Main Stage:  Abe Speller & Sundad
The World Fusion group Abe Speller & Sundad is John Eurell Sr. and John Eurell Jr. on acoustic guitars, Abe Speller on percussion, and Kendell Buchanan on bass. This group is making their name as an acoustic band whose compositions, recordings, and live performances are filled with beautiful rhythms and harmonies. The Bands two CD’s Journey to Eternity and the Journey Continues are both first round Grammy nominations. Like all good World Fusion music one may catch a taste of direct influences, e.g. Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Spanish and African, representing a true hybrid of assorted musical flavors.
 
July 25 – Children’s Entertainment:  Puppets Pizzazz
Main Stage:  Wind Symphony of Southern New Jersey is a dynamic woodwind, brass, and percussion ensemble that has been entertaining audiences in NJ and PA for more than 50 years. Its 42 members come from NJ, PA, and DE and more than half of them are music teachers. The Wind Symphony’s repertoire includes a diverse range of styles—from classical wind band compositions to music from Broadway, jazz, and pop idioms. The Wind Symphony's July 25th performance at Community House will include Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, a medley of Carol King hits, and selections from West Side Story, as well as music by George Gershwin and John Philip Sousa. The Wind Symphony is under the direction of Dr. Robert Streckfuss, Emeritus Professor of Music at the University of Delaware.
 
August 1stChildren’s Entertainment – Freckles the Clown
Main Stage:  Opus Soul is an eclectic mix of blues, funk, jazz, and rock. the group covers everything from modern renditions of early R&B and Blues classics to John Coltrane, Eric Clapton, Little Feat, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and Bob Marley. This mixed with the bands soulful originals makes for a truly entertaining musical experience.