Wednesdays in the Park - Concert Series in Downtown Bay City
Wenonah Park is the Place to Be Every Wednesday Through September 1, 2010
July 25, 2010
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By: Julie McCallum, Entertainment Editor
Wednesdays in the Park - 2010 Summer Concert Series, is presented by the Bay Arts Council and held in Wenonah Park, Downtown Bay City, every Wednesday through September 1, 2010.
Recently, an Aerosmith Tribute band called MaMa Kin performed for 2 hours with a fifteen minute intermission. Performing older and new hits including, Ragdoll, Walk this Way, Jaded, Dream On, Back in the Saddle, Same Old Song And Dance, Pink, Don't want to miss a thing, Cryin, and many more and of course Mama Kin was their opening song.
This was the band's 3rd time in the State of Michigan.
The New Wenonah Park was a great setting and the evening's weather was perfect with a warm breeze in the air and even the smell of Hooters hot wings, coming across the river.
Next up on July 28, 2010 Beatlegras
Bands have been covering Beatle's tunes for decades, but none like this talented trio. Imagine the music of the Fab Four shaken up with infusions of bluegrass and jazz, topped off with a classical twist. The result is a satisfying musical cocktail called Beatlegras.
All concerts start at 7:00 pm, Gates/Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Admission is $8.00 Adult, $3.00 Youth (6-12), 5 & under Free with adult.
2009 Grasspass: $60.00 for 10 Admissions to be used in any combination
In case of Severe Weather the concerts will take place at The State Theater on Washington Street, Downtown Bay City.
Wednesdays in the Park Concert Schedule
The Summer Concert Series is an all ages show, fun for the whole family. Snacks and refreshment concessions.
The band Mama Kin an explosive Aerosmith Tribute Band based in Ontario, Canada, dedicated to the music and spirit of Aerosmith, performed a high energy show, with elaborate costumes, great stage sets and special effects that Aerosmith has always been known for. Mama Kin has been around since 1991 and are continually changing their stage show and setlist to keep their performance fresh and exciting, to offer return audiences something new to each live experience.
(Above) The Appledore sails back in from a tour just in time to hear the tail end of concert.
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