Frog Holler to per­form indie-rock at Kutztown Park

Free con­cert to be hosted at band­shell on June 2

The Community Connection - - ENTERTAINMENT - By John Sch­moyer Kutztown Re­cre­ation Di­rec­tor

Frog Holler re­turns by pop­u­lar demand to per­form at the Kutztown Park Band­shell from 7 to 9 p.m. on June 2.

The widely known and pop­u­lar lo­cal indie-rock band will be per­form­ing as part of this year’s Bor­ough of Kutztown’s “2018 Con­cert Se­ries in the Park”. The band is in their 22nd year of ex­is­tence and the Bor­ough of Kutztown is proud to have them on stage again in our Con­cert Se­ries in the Park. They are al­ways very en­ter­tain­ing, and a crowd pleaser.

Frog Holler, un­der the lead­er­ship of Dar­ren Sch­lap­pich, of Kutztown, has been en­ter­tain­ing crowds through­out the area and East­ern Penn­syl­va­nia, and have been a reg­u­lar in the an­nual Con­cert Se­ries and al­ways pro­vide great mu­sic and en­ter­tain­ment to a large fol­low­ing. They are very mu­si­cally and vo­cally tal­ented and have played for many per­for­mances in our area. They are a de­light to watch and lis­ten to. They will en­ter­tain the au­di­ence with elec­tric gui­tar, man­dolin, banjo, and fid­dle pro­duc­ing sounds of a mix­ture in their reper­toire of blue­grass, indie-rock, coun­try­blue­grass, folk, and mixes of rock/coun­try/folk all wrapped into one. They will de­light the crowd with many fa­vorites and many songs they wrote and recorded, right here in Berks County. Come early for a seat in the cov­ered band­shell, out on your blan­kets or lawn chairs in the lawn area, or you can even hear them from the play­ground and sand­box area. Frog Holler has been a very pop­u­lar group in our Con­cert Se­ries and hope­fully many can join in the free con­cert fun!!

The park con­ces­sion stand, lo­cated near the band­shell, is un­der new man­age­ment this year. New Man­ager, Chris Moyer (owner of “Mad Dogs” in Kutztown), has taken over the lease and man­age­ment /oper­a­tion of the conces- sion stand for the Bor­ough. “Mad Dogs in the Park”, as it has been named, has a va­ri­ety on their menu, rang­ing from a va­ri­ety of dogs, wraps, sal­ads, var­i­ous va­ri­eties of fries, chicken ten­ders, and many other items for your en­joy­ment. They will be open be­fore the con­cert and dur­ing the con­cert in­ter­mis­sion. So come early, bring your ap­petite for mu­sic and food , and grab din­ner or a snack in the Kutztown Park at Mad Dogs in the Park.

The con­cert is free to the pub­lic and is part of the Bor­ough of Kutztown “2018 Con­cert Se­ries in the Park”, and will be held rain or shine in the cov­ered Kutztown Park Band­shell. The con­cert se­ries is made pos­si­ble by the Bor­ough of Kutztown and the gen­er­ous sup­port of the fol­low­ing co-spon­sors.

Ma­jor Spon­sor: East Penn Man­u­fac­tur­ing Co. Inc., the Kutztown Lions Club, and Wal­bert Fu­neral Home & Cre­ma­tion Ser­vices, PC.

Gold Spon­sors: Air­port Diner, Fra­ter­nal Or­der of Ea­gles-#839, Gi­ant Food Stores, Kutztown Grange, Op­ti­mist Club of Kutztown, and Rus­sell E. Con­rad, Inc.

Sil­ver Spon­sors: Ed­ward J. Hilden­brand Fu­neral Home, Inc., Hayle’s Au­to­mo­tive, Bar­ley/ Sny­der, Great Val­ley Con­sul­tants, K-Town Pub Tap­house & BBQ, and The Wind­sor Press Inc.

Bronze Spon­sor: Top­ton Fam­ily Prac­tice, Fleet­wood Bank, Ful­ton Mort­gage Com­pa­nyJohn Sch­moyer, Kutztown Amer­i­can Le­gion Base­ball As­so­ci­a­tion, Kutztown Com­mu­nity Part­ner­ship, Lud­wick Fu­neral Homes, Inc., Mad Dogs-Kutztown & Mad Dogs in the Park, Mamma’s De­light Pizza & Restau­rant, Messer­smith & Keller Fam­ily Den­tistry, Sil­ver Maple Ve­teri­nary Clinic, and State Farm In­surance-Steve Drasher. Pa­tron Spon­sors: Adam ‘n Eve Bou­tique, Duf­fers Bev­er­ages, Huguenot Lodge #377, Kutztown Lioness Club, Le­high Ce­ment Co., Mark’s Sand­wich Shop, Mon­aghan Group of Kutztown Real­tors, Oz­good’s Grill & Bar, Shay­nah Kin­ner Daycare Cen­ter, and Kevin Sny­derPres­i­dent of Kutztown Bor­ough Coun­cil.

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Frog Holler re­turns to Kutztown to per­form at the Kutztown Park on June 2.

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