SHELTON >> Celebrate Shelton announces the Downtown Sounds Summer Concert Series taking place at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Shelton on Fridays: July 17, July 24 and Aug. 7 from 5-9 p.m.
The lineup of live music includes: Coley O’ Toole (of Queen Killing Kings) and The Wagon Riders (July 17), The Alpaca Gnomes and Hubinger St (July 24) and The What Up Funk Band (August 7).
Each night of the series will host rotating handmade artisans and food trucks as well as children’s activities and a beer garden.
Admission is FREE to the public, and free parking is in the parking lot for the Shelton Farmers Market Building and Conti Building (415 Howe Ave.).
Prudential is the Title Sponsor of Downtown Sounds: Summer Concert Series, with additional support from the Valley Community Foundation as well as other area businesses and organizations.
Celebrate Shelton was established to create community events that highlight small businesses including a monthly Downtown Handmade Market, seasonal Small Business Community Guide, and a Holiday Community Tree Lighting. In partnership with the City of Shelton, the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce, and the Shelton Economic Development Corporation, we have been able to make these events a success with hundreds of attendees – shining light on small businesses in our area and offering a unique place for community members to gather with their family and friends around fun activities.
To learn more about Celebrate Shelton, please visit www.celebrateshelton.com.
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