If you're looking for something fun to do this summer, the Falls Township’s Summer Concert Series is happening, according to Levittown Now.

The outdoor concert series just kicked off over the 4th of July holiday weekend, and will continue through mid-September. Every Sunday night there will be live band from 6pm - 8pm at the Falls Township Community Park, at the pavilion near the soccer fields.

This is a great option for some summer fun this year, considering there are no concert tours happening in Philadelphia, and a lot of entertainment venues are still closed. This could be a cute date...you can pack a picnic dinner, throw a blanket down, and listen to some music.

The township says the concerts could be canceled if the weather is bad, so keep checking week by week.

Here's the concert schedule, from the article:

July 5: Big Band from the Valley

July 12: The Christopher Dean Band

July 19: Daisy Jug Band

July 26: Barbone Street Jazz Band

August 2: Eric Mintel Jazz Quartet

August 9: Strictly 60’s Band

August 16: The Rick Gazda Band

August 23: Uptown String Band

August 30: First Time Around Band

September 6: The Rick Gazda Band

September 13: Galena Brass

Falls Township officials say they will be asking everyone to use social distance. Please allow for 6 feet between groups. Different from years past, the performers will be the only ones allowed under the pavilion this year. Everyone else attending is to keep a safe distance just outside the pavilion area or on the soccer field, infront of the pavilion.

Enjoy. Hopefully, it's not too hot.

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