2023 Judy Elden Memorial Summer Concert Series at Renfrew Museum and Park

2023 Judy Elden Memorial Summer Concert Series at Renfrew Museum and Park

Thursdays June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th & July 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
Museum House Backyard Renfrew Museum and Park | 1010 E. Main Street Waynesboro, PA 17268
Sit back and enjoy live music in a beautiful setting on the lawn behind the Museum House on Thursday evenings.
All concerts begin at 6:30 PM and are free to the public.
Donations gratefully accepted.
Bring a chair or blanket to sit on and kindly remember that Renfrew is a non-smoking facility.
Alcohol is prohibited on the property.
Feel free to bring your own refreshments or grab a light snack at our Welcome Tent.
Renfrew is a carry-in/carry-out waste park.
Please be sure to remove your trash and keep the grounds beautiful for all to enjoy.
If there’s a chance of rain on concert days, Renfrew will monitor the forecast and make the call to proceed or cancel by 3:30 PM on date of performance.
Information regarding cancellations can be found on our website, Facebook and Instagram pages, or by calling the office at 717.762.4723.
June 1: Evan Crider – Slow 90s-esque vocals solo artist
June 8: Tresa Day – Soulful singer/songwriter, indie, blues
June 15: Lucky Punk – Old school rock ‘n’ roll band
June 22: Rebekah Foster – Indie/finger-picking, slap-guitar, and rhythmic strum solo artist
June 29: Frank & Bob – Acoustic Music Duo
July 6: Note Riders – Classic rock, jazz rock, and jazz fusion
July 13: Drew Adams – Pop and rock solo artist
July 20: Jon Ingels – Blues, country, rock to reggae
July 27: East of Antietam – Easy listening, classic rock, and country acoustic duo

One Night of Queen, Luhrs Performing Arts

Saturday September 3rd, 2022 * 7:30 PM
Experience the stage theatrics, showmanship, and music of Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductees: Queen! Gary Mullen & The Works have performed One Night of Queen to sold-out audiences around the world, playing more than 2,500 live shows to audiences in over 20 countries, with Gary Mullen’s uncanny embodiment of Queen’s lead singer setting the all-time highest record for fan favorite on TV’s “Stars in Their Eyes.”
One Night of Queen has played at London’s Hyde Park (twice) as a featured attraction during the prestigious BBC Proms concert series in front of enthusiastic crowds of over 40,000 people, and amazingly have performed at many of the same venues that Queen has performed at around the world.
The show DOES go on and this show WILL rock you!
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Outdoor Concert Series, Totem Pole Playhouse

**** They are moving inside!

That’ll Be The Day 

Friday August 27th & Saturday August 28th * 8:30 PM
A fresh take on the catalog of Buddy Holly & The Crickets, That’ll Be The Day features all the band’s hits as well as some lesser known gems.
Buddy is a true music pioneer and is considered by many to be the Father of Rock & Roll.
The Crickets were one of the first bands of their kind to begin writing their own hits.
Todd Meredith and The Rave-Ons will take you on a musical journey starting with Buddy’s early recordings at Decca Records in Nashville, through his breakout hits with Norvajack Studios in Clovis, NM, and ending with the story of his ill-fated final tour.
Please follow CDC guidelines for masking and social distancing while on Totem Pole grounds. You cooperation is appreciated!
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