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June 19, 2014

“Gypsy” to launch Parks & Rec Liberty Live! concert series

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Liberty Park is the location for the city’s newest free community music event. When the city withdrew its support of Jammin’ in the Alley, the popular downtown dancing concert series, local business stepped up to the plate and provided support for The Beagles and Brio concerts  in 2013.

This series of concerts brings the city back in the evening community event programming venue. The first of three planned event will be held June 21 and features the Fleetwood Mac tribute band, Gypsy.  The series continues on July19 with Tina Brown and wraps up on August 16 with Chris Brown.

The concert series is free for all. Beer and food vendors will be on hand for refreshments.

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