Harry’s Place concert series starts June 18
From press release
BELOIT, Wis.—A sure sign of summer is the return of Music at Harry’s Place in Beloit, Wis. The series of seven free concerts will begin Friday, June 18, with the show band tunes of Little Vito and the Torpedoes, sponsored by Beloit Health System. The concerts, now in their 12th year, draw residents of all ages to the Harry C. Moore Pavilion at Riverside Park.
Little Vito and the Torpedoes will be making their Harry’s Place debut, although they are well known throughout the state at festivals and concerts. The very popular five-piece band draws crowds from all over the region with their rock, variety and show band performances.
Beloit Health System will host the Swing with Us at Harry’s Place night starting at 7 p.m., and will offer an informational table for those interested in health system services.
“The hospital, now with the clinic as the new Beloit Health System, has sponsored the first concert since the beginning of Music at Harry’s Place in 1999,” explains Sarah Starmer, Beloit Health System spokesman. “We want to continue this tradition and encourage everyone to join in the fun of enjoying music and friends by the river.”
The concert begins at 7 p.m. with food and beverage vendors set up for business by 5:30 p.m. Bring your own chairs or blankets for seating.
For more information, check out the Friends of the Riverfront Web site at www.friendsofriverfront.com or call (608) 362-0964. This year, to help stock local food pantries, Friends of Riverfront is asking you to bring a non-perishable food item or two if you are able.
Print This Article