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TGIS (Thank Goodness It's Summer) Concert Series

May 30, 2019 - September 5, 2019

Overview

TGIS (Thank Goodness It’s Summer), Westmoreland Cultural Trust's annual free concert series, returns this summer with free music  at The Palace Theatre. 

This free community event runs every Thursday evening from May 30 through September 5. From country to reggae and rock to swing, bands from all over the region will play while guests enjoy light bites from neighboring restaurants. 

 

May 30 – Brahctopus (reggae jam rock) food by Sun Dawg Café

 

June 6 – Willow Hill (contemporary country) food by Caffe Barista

 

June 13 – Ski Pilot (deep track classic rock) food by Caffe Barista

 

June 20 – The Woods Family Band (blues rock) food by Elegant Catering NEW TO TGIS

 

June 27 – The Abilene Band (country rock) food by Elegant Catering

 

July 11 – Bad Boy Blues Band (rock & blues) food by Elegant Catering

 

July 18 – Gary Pratt (country) food by Caffe Barista

 

July 25 – Hamilton Ave. (classic rock) food by Caffe Barista

 

August 1 – Super Break String Band (Appalachian grassrock) food by Elegant Catering

 

August 8 – The Bricks (acoustic rock) food by Caffe Barista

 

August 15 – The String Theory (acoustic duo) food by Major Stokes NEW TO TGIS

 

August 22 – East Coast Turnaround Full Acoustic Band (southern rock, blues & soul) food by Elegant Catering

 

August 29 – The Laurel (rock) food by Miss Meatball

 

September 5 – Jeff Perigo & Friends (rock & roll Americana) food by Elegant Catering

The concert series is rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, the band will be moved indoors.

On Friday, September 13, WCT’s 2nd Annual Greensburg Music Fest will round out the summer series with a celebration of music throughout the cultural district.  Locations to date include The Palace Theatre, Art in the Alley and Helman-Ghrist Parking Lot, St. Claire Park’s Robertshaw Ampitheatre and The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.  

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