Muncy Historical Society will host the Uptown Music Collective for the first time at its “Pops at Pepper Street” free concert.
Bring your family, pack your chairs and blankets, and head out for an evening of priceless music! As the sun sets, relax, enjoy and share in the fun-filled, community-oriented public experience of this live, outdoor concert on Saturday, August 5, starting at 7:00 p.m.
The outdoor concert location is 232 Pepper Street, Muncy Creek Township, Muncy. Parking is available onsite, at the Muncy High School, and on Painter, Buffington, Lincoln and Sherman Street Extension streets. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be held indoors, in the Muncy High School auditorium, with onsite parking and street parking nearby.
The Uptown Music Collective, the area’s premier nonprofit school of music based in Williamsport, PA, is set for its first “Pops at Pepper Street” performance. Students from the school’s renowned performance program will put on a concert featuring the music of Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles, along with the music made famous by other classic rock and easy-listening contemporaries — Jackson Browne, Jim Taylor, Carole King, America, Bob Seger, Billy Joel, the Doobie Brothers, and others.
In addition to the music for all ages, the Muncy Historical Society will provide free popcorn. There will be a special tent set up with raffle tickets and the recently published 17756 and 17756 a Coloring Book. Come early and support both the Muncy Music Association and/or Boy Scout Troop #25 who will have picnic-fare foods available at their stands.
The “Pops at Pepper Street” free-to-the-public concert is sponsored by Muncy Historical Society and community-minded business partners and private individuals, along with a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. A full listing of financial supporters will be available on the night of the concert.
For more information on the “Pops at Pepper Street” concert, contact the Society at 570-546-5917, check out Muncy Historical Society’s Facebook page, or email MuncyHistorical@aol.com.