Cooper Foundation to kick off fourth annual 'Summer in the City' concert series
The Cooper Foundation of Cooper University Health Care on Thursday, June 20, 2013 will kick off its fourth annual "Summer in the City" concert series on June 20.
The Cooper Foundation of Cooper University Health Care on Thursday, June 20, 2013 will kick off its fourth annual "Summer in the City" concert series with a free evening performance by To The Max at Cooper Commons Park at 6th and Washington streets in Camden, NJ.
This is the first of four free concerts to be held in June and July.
The goal of "Summer in the City" is to help build a sense of community while showcasing the neighborhood parks and positive changes in the Cooper Plaza and Lanning Square neighborhoods.
"The 'Summer in the City' concert series brings the community together to enjoy some great live music and outdoor fun," said Susan Bass Levin, President and CEO of The Cooper Foundation. The free concerts have grown increasingly popular and are a wonderful way to celebrate the revitalization of the Cooper Plaza and Lanning Square neighborhoods.
Co-sponsors of the Summer in the City concert series include Rowan University at Camden, Cooper¹s Ferry Partnership, Campbell¹s Soup Company, Camden Special Services District, the Cooper Lanning Civic Association and Lanning Square West Residents in Action. The Garden State Discovery Museum, will offer face painting and bubble fun, and Rita¹s Water Ice will be scooping and serving free water ice.
Below, you will find a list of dates, locations and scheduled performers:
All concerts begin at 5:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public. The rain date for all concerts is Aug. 1