POSTPONED! Arts in the Park: Gong with the Didge

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August 13, 2023 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Glen Providence Park Stage
500 W State Street

EDIT: This concert is postponed due to thunderstorms. This concert will not use the usual Sunday rain date. Stay tuned for a new fall date! 

Join us for the third of four performances of Arts in the Park 2023 … Gong with the Didge on August 12th, a meditative musical journey through ancient world instruments! 

Free and family-friendly as always, Gong with the Didge brings a different flavor to the park stage, with Harold Smith, a didgeridoo master and Randy Sutin, percussionist and vibraphone player. This eclectic mix of ancient and more modern instruments comes together in a one-of-a-kind experience. Some people call this healing meditation, some are inclined towards movement or yoga, and perhaps you’d like to simply bring a blanket or chair, and relax on the lawn by the stage and let the music wash over you. After the performance, head into Media for dinner and shopping, just two blocks away on State Street!

Rain date TBD
Free & family-friendly 

Thank you to our concert sponsors, Shere-E-Punjab, Media Recreation Board, and to Delaware County Parks & Recreation. Additionally, Arts in the Park is 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 2:00 Saturday whether we will use our Sunday rain date.

For full details & logistics, see our 2023 Arts in the Park announcement

Upcoming free music concerts in Friends of Glen Providence Park’s 2023 Arts in the Park:

  • September 16 – Roots Music Panorama with Brian Kors and the Lone Star Revue

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