Wacky Band at Battle Creek’s Friendship Park on Thursday
Willard Library's mission to make summer learning fun brings the "Red Sea Pedestrians" to Friendship Park on Thursday night, July 26th at 7pm.
The band, which is based in Kalamazoo, will be playing two 45-minute sets with a 15-minute break in between. The Red Sea Pedestrians consider themselves "a warped and beautiful blend of American Roots, Rock, Klezmer, Gypsy, Classical and Jazz music all filtered through the band's original vision." In the past decade of performing, the six-member band has developed a loyal following.
Cold nonalcoholic beverages and light snacks will be provided.
Willard Library programs are free and open to the public.
The Red Sea Pedestrians are: Ian Gorman (mandolin, guitar, banjo, bass, vocal) • Rachel Gorman (clarinet, vocal) • Bill Caskey (guitar, keyboards, bass, vocal) • Michael Fuerst (bass, cello, vocal) • Cori Somers (violin, vocal) • Benjamin Lau (drums, percussion)
Who: The Red Sea Pedestrians
What: Willard Rocks Summer Concert
When: Thursday July 26, 2018 7pm
Where: Friendship Park, across the Battle Creek River from Willard Library. (Capital Avenue NE and State Street)
Why: To learn and have fun!