Rainy weather washed out the "Hey Tonight" concert at Wolfe Park Sunday. The show has been postponed to Aug. 19, according to Parks & Recreation Dir. Frank Cooper.
The performance will be part of the annual Summer Concert Series at William E. Wolfe Park. All concerts are free and will be held at Sunday evenings at 7 p.m.
"Hey Tonight" is a Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival. It captures the essence of one of America’s premiere bands of the early Seventies. You're live at the Oakland Coliseum all over again as they perform hit songs like “Born on the Bayou,” “Down on the Corner," "Proud Mary," "Green River," and "Have you ever seen the rain." The band features Jim Long, Mike Streeto, Myles Standish, and Diego Diaz. A step back into time.
The rest of the lineup for the concert series at Wolfe Park includes:
Sunday, July 22: Nathan Ward Band
This performing group bills itself as the "New Face of Old-School Rock". Lead by Nathan Ward on keyboards and guitar, Paul Sikora on drums, Ken Crowell on bass and Randy Smith on guitar, they further contribute with their vocal talents. Their diverse age range and musical genres, allows them to attract crowds from early teens to folks in their eighties. Expect to hear songs from the 50’s and 60’s to the Beatles, Steve Miller and Eric Clapton. A musical opportunity for the entire family.
Sunday, July 29: Brass Tacks
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to get the funk out! Enjoy this New Haven-area band perform soul-stirring and funkified versions of your favorite hits. Featuring the great Magee on vocals, Mike Knobloch on drums, Robert Porto on guitar, Brendan Wolfe on bass, Robert Millburn on sax, and Ricky Kramer on trumpet. This will be a night to remember. Too good to miss!