9-13-2015 Let There Be Rock School!

Sep 7, 2015 by

For the final of four concerts in our 2015 Summer Concert Series, Friends of Glen Providence Park is excited to present a youth concert by Delco Let There Be Rock School! The School will draw from their pool of talent, and present 6 or 7 bands to play a variety of music, from country to theatre to rock! In the rear of the audience, there will be free vocal and guitar workshop tents where anyone at the concert is free to get musical evaluations and recommendations from the staff.

Sunday, September 13
3:00-6:00 pm – *note the earlier starting time!
Glen Providence Park Stage, State Street, Media
Rain date: Sunday, September 13


***RAIN DATE UPDATE: Due to forecasted thunderstorms, we will use our rain date of Sunday, September 13 at 3:00.*** 

Delco School of Rock teaches music lessons in a supportive environment – it serves a Community Center where its students collaborate with other students, practice their instruments, and do their homework. Live performances create empowering opportunities for the students, and are fun for the audience and bands alike!

So bring a blanket or chair, and relax on the lawn by the stage to enjoy an afternoon of exciting performances! After the concert, head into Media for dinner and shopping, just 2 blocks away on State Street. As with all of our events, this concert is free and open to the public.

Thank you:

  • Concert Sponsor Desert Rose is an authentic Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Street food BYO, with an a eclectic mix of Moroccan, Israeli, and Iraqi cuisine. And the family-owned restaurant is located just 2 blocks from the entrance to the park!
  • Concert Series Sponsor Media Recreation Board does so much for Media – including summer camp for kids, movies in Barrall Field, the Annual July 4th Celebration, and the Great Media Garage Sale Days.
  • Concert Series Sponsor Media Rotary Foundation has been supporting the community by contributing to worthwhile organizations, groups and projects since 1983.
  • Delaware County Parks & Recreation has cared for Glen Providence Park since its creation in 1935, and their support makes these concerts possible.

If the weather is questionable, we will post on Facebook and on our website by noon Saturday whether we will use our Sunday rain date.

For logistics, please see our 2015 Summer Concert Series announcement!


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