VPPL @ August Summer Concert Series

Thursdays, August 5-26 • 6 pm
Location | Cortesi Veterans Memorial Park
 318 E. Kenilworth Ave.

Be sure to visit the Children’s Craft Corner presented by
the Friends of the Library for a“Grab & Go”craft to take home!

Presented by the Villa Park Parks and Recreation Department.

August 5: Petty Cash
Entertaining crowds of all sizes in Chicago for over 10 years, Petty Cash is a high-octane stage show appropriate for old rockers, baby rockers, and everything in between. As Chicagoland’s ultimate Tom Petty/Johnny Cash cover band, this group is sure to get you up and dancing in the aisles with classic tunes you’ve enjoyed for years.

August 12: Classical Blast
Classical Blast’s Bach to Rock show takes you on a thrill ride through time. Famed music by Bach, Beethoven or Mozart is rocked out and melded with classical rock songs, with powerful vocals and famous guitar solos performed on violin or cello. Make no mistake, this band ROCKS! The past, present, and future together in perfect harmony.

August 19: Rosie & The Rivets
Rosie & The Rivets perform the best danceable music of the 1950’s and early 1960’s along with some current hits with a retro twist. Not your typical ‘oldies playing oldies’ band, they perform a high energy show that’s fun for all ages. You’ll hear early rock, rockabilly, girl group, surf and soul authentically and expertly performed by professional entertainers. Sticklers for detail, much research went into their stage production; period correct clothes along with vintage guitars, drums, and even microphones assure you’ll be in for a truly Retro-Cool experience both visually and musically!

August 26: Howard and the White Boys
Chicago, a city steeped in blues history, is where Howard and the White Boys have honed their chops since their inception in 1988. They have established a reputation as one of the city’s favorite attractions and make regular appearances at Buddy Guy’s Legends. Howard and the White Boys have been on several major tours with Buddy Guy, and have even performed with some of the biggest names in blues: Koko Taylor, Otis Rush, Albert King, Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Luther Allison, Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry.