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Lawnchair Music Series Announced

Sandusky Arts Council proudly announces the schedule of performers for the 20224 Lawnchair Music Series, which debuts on Friday, June 28. All the concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. on the courthouse lawn, on the stage of the gazebo. According to Kevin Kohn, President, “even with all the construction on M46, we are planning on keeping this year’s shows at the gazebo. Although we lose the parking on Sanilac Road, with the accessibility and capacity of the courthouse parking lot, we don’t anticipate the need to relocate our concerts.” That being said, in the event we need are unable to use the Gazebo, we have made alternative arrangements to use the pavilion at Diamond Trail. If we must move a show, we will announce it on the radio and social media, and redirect with signage.
June 28 – Count-N-Change opens on June 28, specializing in pop, classic rock, and Motown from the 60’s to 90’s.
July 5 – Jack Clarkson Band, blend of country and classic rock.
July 12 – Danielle Bollinger, sings everything from classic and contemporary rock, pop and country to blues, jazz, and even croons to the sound of the big bands.
July 19 – Stone Street Revival returns from last year with classic rock
July 26 – Joey Vee, a fan favorite, returns with his band and class rock and country sound.
August 2 -“Elvis” joins us again this year, as Bryan Dixon pays tribute to “The King of Rock and Roll”.
“All of our concerts are presented free of charge to the public, but the Lawnchair Series is produced with money donated by our business partners during our annual fundraising blitz, which we recently started. Without the support of our business community, we would not be able to bring quality entertainment to our stage every year” according to founding member of Sandusky Arts Council and current treasurer, Kim Zander. Throughout the series, we make sure to acknowledge those businesses wo support the Lawnchair Music Series. Please make sure to patronize our sponsors and let them know you appreciate their support of local community organizations.
Sandusky Arts Council is a non-profit, tax-tax-exempt organization dedicated to sharing arts with our community. We are always looking for new members to help us with the Lawnchair Music Series and to work on other projects.
Anyone interested in working with a dedicated group of people who love the arts, please see one of the members at the series, connect with us on Facebook at Sandusky Arts Council, on Twitter at @Sandusky_Arts or on our web page You don’t have to have experience in the arts, just appreciate them and have some energy to spare.

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