Friday, June 4, 2010

Concerts on the Common

2010 Show Schedule

June 4 Framingham High School Band - kickin' off the summer concert season.
June 11 Chad Burdick - some of the best country western in the area!
June 18 Marshalee - inspirational and gospel/
June 25 Summer Street Band - this cover band is a Metrowest favorite!

July 2 Off the Hook - a 9-piece fun pop band.
July 3 • Saturday Special! Concert & Movie! • FREE Admission!
6:00PM - CONCERT: Sound Assembly Chorus
8:00PM - MOVIE: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (Movie Sponsored by Adesa-Boston)
• 28ft Screen! • Open-air Movie •
• Free Popcorn and Soda 'til it Lasts •
Movie Raindate is Sunday July 4th at 8:00pm.

July 9 HELP! - Beatles cover music at its best.
July 16 Reminisants - oldies and more!
July 23 The Glamour Girls - this popular band returns!
July 30 The Infractions - they play it all from oldies to present.


August 6 John Penny Band - more great country & western classics!
August 13 The Skinny Ties - new wave and power pop.
August 20 Amy Gallatin - for all your bluegrass lovers!!
August 27 Tom Nutile Orchestra - big band sounds of yesteryear

5 Comments:

At June 4, 2010 at 12:56 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great line up. Looking forward to taking in some of these events.

 
At June 4, 2010 at 12:58 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Count me out for the High School Band and the country music, but the rest sound pretty interesting. Nice to see the Town figured out how to make this happen, even in these difficult economic times. It is more important than ever for there to be free events so families who are struggling can do something fun, and more difficult for communities to afford this given they are struggling also. Nice to see Framingham come out ahead on this one and found a way to make it work. Good job to Town Meeting, Selectmen, and Town Manager for these events.

 
At June 4, 2010 at 2:57 PM , Blogger Framingham resident said...

How much does it actually cost the town to fun this? I really would be curious what the dollar value is.

 
At June 4, 2010 at 3:59 PM , Blogger 6th Middlesex constituent said...

Stop complaining about what it costs. We pay enough in taxes, and many of us don’t have kids in schools that those taxes cover, so we deserve something for all our money. This is one of those things we deserve. Does not matter what it costs, it is worth it.

 
At June 4, 2010 at 9:27 PM , Blogger Jim Pillsbury said...

Readers,

It's funded by sponsors. Jim Eagan is the funnel for this and does a great service for the Town.

I ponied up 200.00 for my banner on the stage as everyone else has done. Vendors give a cut of their proceeds also. I don't think it costs the Town much if anything.

 

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