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The Final Music in the Park Performance will Feature the Lower London Street Dixieland Band on Sunday, August 25.

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The final performance of the Music in the Park season will take place on August 25, Sunday at 7 pm and will feature the Lower London Street Dixieland Band performing 1920’s swing and dixieland music. This is our friend Ernie Sparks’ band. He is the pharmacist in London at Ernie’s Medicine Shoppe and plays the drums.

Glenn Parks also does performances on his own with his banjo and sings with the band.

The Lower London Street Dixieland Band also plays at 7:30 pm the final Tuesday of each month at the historic Red Brick Tavern, 1700 Cumberland Road (Route 40) in Lafayette, Ohio, just outside of London. Their next performance at the Red Brick will be on Tuesday, August 27.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and meet in the Gazebo area of the park. You will love hearing Ernie and the gang. You can make a voluntary donation to the Plain City Music in the Park program at intermission.

For more information, you can also visit the Village of Plain City’s web site HERE or visit the Plain City Parks and Recreation Facebook page HERE.

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Steve Bumgarner will Perform at Music in the Park on Sunday, August 18 at 7 pm.

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Plain City’s Music in the Park continues this week with Steve Bumgarner on Sunday, August 18 at 7 pm. Steve is a local musician from Marysville who resides here in Plain City.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and meet in the Gazebo area of the park. You can make a voluntary donation to the Plain City Music in the Park program at intermission.

The final performance of the season will take place on August 25, Sunday at 7 pm and will feature the Lower London Street Dixieland Band performing 1920’s and dixieland music. This is our friend Ernie Sparks’ band. He is the pharmacist in London and plays the drums.

For more information, you can also visit the Village of Plain City’s web site HERE or visit the Plain City Parks and Recreation Facebook page HERE.

The Shriners Jazz Band will Perform at Music in the Park on Sunday, August 11 at 7 pm.

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Plain City’s Music in the Park continues this week with the Shriners Jazz Band on Sunday, August 11 at 7 pm. Enjoy dance, Big Band, and Swing music presented by the Shriners.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and meet in the Gazebo area of the park. You can make a voluntary donation to the Plain City Music in the Park program at intermission.

There are only two more performances this year.

On August 18, Sunday, 7 pm, Steve Bumgarnera local musician from Marysville who resides in Plain City, will perform.

The final performance of the season will take place on Sunday, August 25 at 7 pm and will feature the Lower London Street Dixieland Band performing 1920’s and dixieland music. This is our friend Ernie Sparks’ band. He is the pharmacist in London and plays the drums.

For more information, you can also visit the Village of Plain City’s web site HERE or visit the Plain City Parks and Recreation Facebook page HERE.

Music in the Park Showcases the Dublin Cornet Band on Sunday, August 4 at 7 pm.

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Plain City’s Music in the Park continues this week with the Dublin Cornet Band on Sunday, August 4 at 7 pm. Founded in Dublin, Ohio in 1879, this historic group performs a variety of music in the small brass band tradition, including New Orleans style, Celtic, and Oktoberfest. The Dublin Cornet Band is directed by Dr. Pat Herak, former member of the OSU Marching Band. Find out more about the band HERE.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and meet in the Gazebo area of the park. You can make a voluntary donation to the Plain City Music in the Park program at intermission.

Here is a listing of the schedule for rest of the season:

August 11, Sunday, 7 pm, Shriners Jazz Band–enjoy dance, Big Band, and Swing music presented by the Shriners.

August 18, Sunday, 7 pm, Steve Bumgarner–local musician from Marysville who resides in Plain City.

August 25, Sunday, 7 pm, Lower London Street Dixieland Band featuring 1920’s and Dixieland music. This is our friend Ernie Sparks’ band. He is the pharmacist in London and plays the drums.

For more information, you can also visit the Village of Plain City’s web site HERE or visit the Plain City Parks and Recreation Facebook page HERE.

Music in the Park Features the Counterpoint Acoustic Duo on July 7.

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Plain City’s Music in the Park continues this week with the Counterpoint Acoustic Duo on Sunday, July 7 at 7 pm. Featuring Christopher James in a duo with accompaning guitar and vocals, this is sure to be a relaxing evening of easy listening music.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and meet in the Gazebo area of the park. You can make a voluntary donation to the Plain City Music in the Park program at intermission.

Here is a listing of the schedule for rest of the season with two new dates added on August 4 and 18!!

August 4, Sunday, 7 pm, Dublin Cornet Band–founded in Dublin OH in 1879, this historic group performs a variety of music in the small brass band tradition, including New Orleans style, Celtic and Oktoberfest. Directed by Dr. Pat Herak, former member of the OSU Marching Band. Find out more about the band HERE.

August 11, Sunday, 7 pm, Shriners Jazz Band–enjoy dance, Big Band, and Swing music presented by the Shriners.

August 18, Sunday, 7 pm, Steve Bumgarner–local musician from Marysville who resides in Plain City.

August 25, Sunday, 7 pm, Lower London Street Dixieland Band featuring 1920’s and Dixieland music. This is our friend Ernie Sparks’ band. He is the pharmacist in London and plays the drums.

For more information, you can also visit the Village of Plain City’s web site HERE or visit the Plain City Parks and Recreation Facebook page HERE.