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Gazebo concerts to begin June 3

By Staff
If you are looking for something to do in Madison this summer on a Monday night and if you enjoy good family-oriented music, the annual Concerts in the Park series at The Gazebo in downtown Madison is set to begin June 3.
Everyone is welcome to bring their lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic dinner and enjoy the entertainment.
The concerts will be held at 7 p.m. each Monday from June 3-Aug. 26.
Here is the 2002 concert lineup:
June 3 – Madison Community Band (patriotic and show tunes)
June 10 – Madison Children's Theatre (excerpts from shows, improvisation, solos)
June 17 – "Fun-n-Praise" with Jenna Martin (contemporary Christian children's entertainment)
June 24 – Sentimental Journey (big band)
July 1 – Tammy Lee and Bama Breeze Band (country)
July 8 – Ted Fallin (country)
July 15 – N-Voice (contemporary)
July 22 – Mr. Charlie (blues, jazz, bluegrass, etc.)
Aug. 5 – Purple Ravens (rock and roll, oldies)
Aug. 12 – Olde Towne Brass (historical brass)
Aug. 19 – Vally Harmony Chorus (women's four-part harmony)
Aug. 26 – Locust &Wild Honey (contemporary Christian)
For more information, call the arts council at 885-1813.

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