5 Guys Named Moe - A 100% all natural classic Rock n' Roll band will perform a free concert at The Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center. The concert is sponsored by the Bolingbrook Park District.
The Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center has long been
an anticipated and beloved summer treasure for the community; From family friendly theater productions to the most popular bands in the Midwest performing every *Wednesday during the summer, the Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center has been the place to go for an amazing array of entertainment, free! The remaining summer 2012 schedule is as follows:
July 25, 2012 7th Heaven - a Rock/Pop band from the Chicagoland area. Sponsored by the Bolingbrook Park District and the Village of Bolingbrook
August 1, 2012 Serendipity - Serendipity is a stroke of sonic good fortune forged from the El Rey Music scene. The band has come together fairly recently, but has talent that far exceeds the sum of its experience. These girls are young, but take them lightly at your own peril.
August 8, 2012 Thunder Road -brings an explosive,
arena-rock experience to every gig. The seven piece line-up serves up a fresh set of rock classics paired with the patented high-energy performance. Sponsored by The Village of Bolingbrook
August 15, 2012 Lisa McClowry- Adult Contemporary, Pop, Smooth Jazz. Sponsored by the Village of Bolingbrook
August 17-19, 2012 JUBILEE
August 22, 2012 Reddy-R-Knot (musical performance).
Sponsored by the Village of Bolingbrook
August 29, 2012 Hi Infidelity - Chicago's favorite classic rock cover band. Sponsored by the Village of Bolingbrook.
All Wednesday night concerts begin at 7:30pm. Rain or Shine
The 9,000 square foot Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center located behind Town Center at 375 W. Briarcliff in Bolingbrook, sits opposite of an expansive lawn offering an informal and comfortable place to picnic while enjoying some of the areas top performances. Each show is broadcasted to the lawn audience through a state-of-the-art sound system and presented with dramatic features including conventional and robotic lights, full color L.E.D, fog machine, laser effects AND three giant 9x12 permanent projector screens. Concert and theater spectators bring their own picnic and/or purchase food and beverage just steps away from their seats provided by the theater or blankets and lawn chairs they bring. The family-friendly environment makes it the perfect venue for introducing young listeners to live music and theater productions, free. For further information go to www.bolingbrook.com
and click on Performing Arts Center (PAC).