June 5: Harwood, Roberts and Thompson to play Full Moon Concert

Mike Seals - May 26, 2020 11:49 am

Harwood, Roberts and Thompson to play June 5 Full Moon Concert in Tonkawa

Harwood, Roberts and Thompson, a rousing band from Enid, will be jamming at the first Full Moon Concert of the season on Friday, June 5 in Tonkawa Centennial Park, 301 East Grand.

Steven Harwood, piano and vocals; Dave Roberts, bass and vocals; and Billy Thompson, drums bring an exciting mix of jazz, rock and New Orleans rhythm and blues to the Heart in the Park Pavilion.

The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. and is free to all. Since seating in the park is limited, the public is invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets and snacks. Pets on leashes are welcome. Restroom facilities are located across the street in the Santa Fe Depot.

Throughout the evening, concert goers may walk the world’s only heart-shaped labyrinth, and the evening concludes with the traditional group howl at the full moon. Heart in the Park Committee and North Central Oklahoma Arts Council sponsor the free monthly concerts on the night of the full moon.

Next month’s Full Moon Concert scheduled for Friday, July 3 will feature the Stillwater based band, Slapout, performing “entertaining folk rock with lyrical smirks” according to members Derek McCubbin, Hugh Foley and Aleks Wolfe.

The Heart in the Park and NCOAC are not liable for any risks for Covid-19.  All Heart in the Park and NCOAC events will abide by CDC Guidelines.

In case of inclement weather, the concert may be cancelled.

Full Moon Concert updates can be found on NCOAC facebook: www.facebook.com/TonkawaArts/


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