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Summer concerts continue to entertain

Posted On 25 Aug 2019
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Fifty Amp Fuse will close out the concert season August 28.

By Carolyn Marnon – Wednesday night concerts in Goudy Park have a strong following. The July line-up had people dancing in front of the stage as well as dancing in their seats. The August line-up is sure to continue the dance fest. Check out the vendors surrounding the Goudy Park amphitheatre selling food and other enticing items. The Wayne Rotary has a 50/50 raffle as well as a place you may purchase beer. Angie and Kurt Jarman of Kurt’s Caps in Wayne have the popcorn popper poppin’ while they hand out bags of free popcorn; they do have a donation bucket if you would like to donate towards future concerts in the park. There is plenty of seating in the amphitheatre, but if you would like something more comfortable, it is suggested you bring your own chair. Come out and enjoy summer August nights in the park with your Wayne neighbors.

August 14
Steve King & the Dittilies

On November 12, 2002, then-Governor John Engler signed a State of Michigan Special Tribute making Steve King & the Dittilies Michigan’s Official Band. It called Steve King “the Wayne Newton of Wayne County.” The Dittilies got their beginning in the 1970s as a talent show skit. The band has grown as they’ve played bars, event stages, moonlit cruises and international concerts throughout the years. Come out and enjoy music from all eras with roots in rock and roll.

August 21
Power Play

Power Play Detroit recently announced they were WDIV Click on Detroit Vote 4 the Best 2019 “Best Local Band” for the third year in a row and the “Best Cover Band” for the 2nd year in a row. Playing hits from classic rock, pop, new country, Motown and more, this band will have you wanting to get up and dance.

August 28
Fifty Amp Fuse

Remy Lambert (guitar, vocals, bandleader) and Bassist vocalist David Eversole formed FiftyAmpFuse in 2004. Remy says “There have been many ‘spin -off’ bands created by former members and others using our success in our brand to re-brand themselves as something else. We are not affiliated and/or do not endorse any of these spin-offs.” The band pays tribute to the greatest hits of the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and 2000s while priding itself on the care and quality of the music and performance of every show.

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