Join Kingsport Public Library and the Friends of the Kingsport Public Library this July for Friday Lunchtime Live Concerts in Glen Bruce Park. There will be four concerts during the month of July that will feature a variety of local musicians.
The first Friday Lunchtime Live Concert will take place on Friday, July 2 at noon and features the East Tennessee Cello Choir. Bring a lawn chair, grab some lunch from the Fuego Taquito food truck and settle in to enjoy the music in Glen Bruce Park.
The East Tennessee Cello Choir is a community service based ensemble led by Georgia Sinko and made up of local cellists ranging from students to professionals. Since 2013, East Tennessee Cello Choir has performed public concerts several times a year as well as performing for local churches and assisted-living facilities. For more information about the cello choir, please contact Georgia Sinko at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“This year the library’s summer reading theme is Tails and Tales. Music is a wonderful form of storytelling, so the library wanted to offer a free fun event to allow people to enjoy a variety of local talented musicians and their music during their lunch hour in Glen Bruce Park,” said Karen Cassell, Senior Librarian at Kingsport Public Library. “Featuring highly accomplished local musicians, our free concerts offer something for every taste.”
Upcoming Friday Lunchtime Live Concerts will feature the Blue Mountain Ramblers on July 9, the Trombone Trio on July 23, and Beth Snapp on July 30, along with food trucks including Lettuce Wrap U on July 9, Baked and Loaded on July 23 and Fuego Taquito on July 30. Visit the library’s website at kingsportlibrary.org for more information or contact Kingsport Public Library at 423-224-2539.