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Tuesday July 26 07:00PM - 08:00PM
Summer Concerts in Currier Park Currier Park Stage
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7:00PM-8:00PM: Heney Realtors Summer Concert Series in Currier Park – Donna Thunders and the Storm

Currier Park

Sponsored by Salvador & Babic, P.C.

Donna "Thunders" Moran and her band mates, Chris Martin - Bass and Vocal, Quenn - Fiddle Banjo, Guitar, and Vocal, Frank Pavlik - Mandolin, Guitar, and Vocal
Cooper - Drums have been bringing Outlaw Country to Vermont since 2012. The high energy that Donna brings to the stage is electric. Don't miss this performance!

Barre’s SUMMER CONCERTS IN CURRIER PARK is a popular summer tradition presented by The Barre Partnership. The series of 12 Wednesday night concerts draws enthusiastic crowds, including young families with children to seniors, and provides an eclectic mix of musical offerings. In case of rain concerts move to Universalist Church at 19 Church St, Barre VT.

Important Info

Tip: Bring lawn chairs and a picnic!

Cost: Free

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