Arts in the Park: Danie Ocean!

May 25, 2021 by

June 26, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Glen Providence Park - main entrance
550 West State Street

Update at 1:45 on Saturday: The skies are clear! Join us this afternoon at 5:00 as we celebrate Pride Month, a new mural, and the return of Arts in the Park! 🌈 ❤️ 😎

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Save the date for the first of four performances in our 2021 Arts in the Park… Soul & Jazz Pop Fusion with Danie Ocean! Danie is a legally blind singer-songwriter and arts advocate from Media, Pennsylvania with a voice reminiscent of Liz Wright, Lauryn Hill, and Alicia Keys.

Rain date Sunday, June 27*
Free & family-friendly 

Bring a blanket or chair, and relax on the lawn by the historical stage for a late afternoon concert. After the performance, head into Media for dinner and shopping, just two blocks away on State Street!

Thank you to our concert sponsors, Sterling Pig, Media Recreation Board, and West End Flats, and to Delaware County Parks & Recreation.

This summer’s Arts in the Park was made possible by funding from Program Stream, a grant initiative of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts that is regionally administered by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.

*If the weather is questionable, we will post on Facebook and on our website by 1:00 Saturday whether we will use our Sunday rain date.


For full details & logistics, including COVID protocols, see our 2021 Arts in the Park announcement


Other performances in Friends of Glen Providence Park’s 2021 Arts in the Park:

  • Rhythm & Soul with Paul Downie & Friends on July 10
  • Charming & Virtuosic Classical Guitar with the Kossler Duo on August 7
  • African Folkloric Performance Art with Malidelphia on September 11


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