Buckley Summer Series continues with family-friendly performance, concert
The Buckley Summer Series continues Thursday with family entertainment at 4:30, followed by 90 minutes of live music.
The weekly entertainment takes place adjacent to the Buckley Youth Center, between River Avenue and state Route 410.
The family show features Brian Vogal and Danika, who offer a lively performance of song and dance. At 6:30 p.m., the stage will be filled with the Buddie Ritchie and the Bopper Show. Performances will feature songs from the late 1950s.
This is the third week for the series, which continues through Aug. 17. On July 20, Bill Robinson will perform at 4:30, bringing physical comedy; the night’s concert is by Primetime, a group that offers a playlist of songs people recognize and want to dance to.
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