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This year’s Special Events include the 48th Annual American Guild of Organists concert, Celebrate Lancaster in Lancaster Square, a Patriotic Concert and an Old Fashioned 4th of July!
Special Events 2017 — Various Locations: Trust Performing Arts Center, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Grace Lutheran Church, Long’s Park, Musser Park, Ware Center.
Friday, June 9, 7 pm — Bob Troxell’s Dixieland Connection, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 31 S Duke St, Lancaster, PA
Thursday, June 15, 7 pm — 48th AGO (American Guild of Organists) Recital, Grace Lutheran Church, 517 N. Queen St., Lancaster, PA
Thursday, June 15, 7 pm — Americana Concert with Clay Lunsford and Friends, Trust Performing Arts Center, 37 N Market St, Lancaster, PA
Sunday, July 2, 7:30 pm — Patriotic Concert with cannons & fireworks! 257th Army Band, Long’s Park, Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA
Tuesday, July 4, 11 am to 3 pm — Old Fashioned 4th of July, Musser Park (135 N Lime St behind the Lancaster Museum of Art), Lancaster, PA
Friday, June 9 — Bob Troxell’s Dixieland Connection,7:00 pm, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 31 S Duke St #1, Lancaster, PA. “Let’s fly down, or drive down, to New Orleans, I’ll take you, parade you, down on Bourbon Street”. That’s the opening theme sung by Lancaster’s exciting “Dixieland Connection” band, led by trombonist, Bob Troxell. And from New Orleans they cruise musically up Kansas City way, home base of the great Count Basie band and vocalist Ella Fitzgerald, and origin point of Basie’s swinging theme, “One O’clock Jump”. Next on this northbound jazz cruise is Chicago-land, mecca of big band swing bands like Tommy Dorsey and Glen Miller, playing “I’ll Never Smile Again”, and “String of Pearls” with the one and only Benny Goodman band playing “Let’s Dance” and “Jersey Bounce”. The crew of this northbound jazz cruise from New Orleans to Chicago-land has cruised and played all through Lancaster-land’
Special events are also posted on our Calendar