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Lineup announced for Music in the Park concert series

This is the 15th year the Lions Club has offered the entertainment

May 26, 2010
Tribune Staff Report

A few favorites are back and a few new performers highlight the Rugby Lions Club's 15th annual Music in the Park concert lineup this summer.

Eleven weeks of entertainment are scheduled at Ellery Park, beginning on Wednesday, June 9 with the return of the 188th Army National Guard Band and Dixieland Ensemble.

The lineup once again features a mixture of country, rock and roll, gospel, jazz, blues, bluegrass and folk as well as some speciality sounds including yodeling and fiddlers.

In fact a pair of teen yodelers are part of the series this summer. Eighteen-year-old Quintana Biffert of Halliday will be coming on July 14 while Kristi Goldade, of Wishek will return to Rugby on Aug. 4.

Devils Lake's Rick Senger will again give a tribute to the music of Elvis on July 7.

Fiddler Ryan Keplin of Belcourt will close out the series on Aug. 18.

Fact Box

Music in the Park Lineup

June 9- 188th Army National Guard Band -- Dixieland Ensemble

June 16-Senger's Band, Devils Lake -- 50's-60's rock and Classic Country

June 23-Joe Parisien and Friends, Belcourt -- Fiddler and Guitar

June 30-Jay Heinz and John Krueger -- Jazz, Blues, Guitar

July 7-Rick Senger, Devils Lake -- a Tribute to Elvis

July 14- Quintana Biffert, Halliday -- Yodeler

July 21-The Master's Plan, Bismarck -- gospel

July 28-Cottonwood, Washburn -- Bluegrass, folk, country

Aug. 4-Kristi Goldade, Wishek, Yodeler

Aug. 11-Country Cousins, Rugby area -- country

Aug. 18-Ryan Keplin, Belcourt -- fiddler

More about the concert series

The free concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Mark Carlson Memorial Gazebo at Ellery Park and last about an hour. As customary, free ice cream is served to the audience by the Lions members and provided by Cass Clay Creamery. Two community picnics put on by the club have also been planned for June 30 and July 21. They begin at 5 p.m.

Picnic benches are provided to sit on, but concertgoers are also encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.

In case of inclement weather, the concerts will be moved indoors to an alternate location.

The concerts are funded through the Lions club and Rugby Park District. A free will offering is expected each week to go toward the music in the park program.

 
 

 

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