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Free 50+ Drive-in Concert
September 24 @ 2:00 pm
2 pm, Thursday, September 24
Mountview Christian Church parking lot (2140 Fishinger Rd, 43221)
Sponsored by The Forum at Knightsbridge & Mountview Christian Church
It’s time to get out in the fresh air and enjoy some LIVE music together! Residents age 50+ and members of the UA Senior Center are welcome to join us for a FREE fall concert with nationally touring singer and acoustic guitarist Bill Foley, and his trio band. Bill Foley specializes in the music of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s – early rock and roll classics, “One Hit Wonders”, folk, country and original music. He has performed with names such as James Taylor, Huey Lewis and the News, Chicago, Hall and Oates, BJ Thomas and many others.
Pre-registration is required, spaces are limited and available for one vehicle per household. Vehicles will be spaced to accommodate social distancing.
Registrants are encouraged to bring others from your household in your vehicle, and to bring lawn chairs to sit in front of your vehicle (or listen from within using your car’s FM radio).
Click here to register today!
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