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Free Concerts at the Amphitheater June 27-Sept 12


The Burlington County Library System will present another exciting lineup of free entertainment under the stars on Friday and Saturday evenings from June 27 through Sept. 12. All shows will be presented in the beautiful outdoor amphitheater adjacent to the library in Westampton beginning at 7 p.m.

Once again, the 2015 Sunset Series schedule offers something for everyone, including a variety of fabulous tribute bands that will have concertgoers dancing in their seats.

Please note: for the safety, comfort and courtesy of all, visitors are asked to refrain from entering the amphitheater or placing chairs and blankets in the seating area until 5 p.m. on the evening of each event. To accommodate as many music lovers as possible, there is a “one person/two chairs or one blanket” policy, and items placed in the amphitheater prior to 5 p.m. will be removed. In addition, picnic baskets are permitted, but no glass items or alcohol will be allowed. In addition, no pets are permitted; service animals only, please.

The Burlington County Amphitheater is located adjacent to the County Library, 5 Pioneer Boulevard in Westampton. In the event of inclement weather, performances may be held at the nearby Burlington County Institute of Technology, 695 Woodlane Road, Westampton.

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The 2015 Sunset Series

Sat., June 27 – Human Wheels
Enjoy the music of John Mellencamp whose songs are often equated with rural life, deep-rooted Americana, and working class folks. The band performs classics such as “Pink Houses,” “Jack and Diane,” and more.

Fri., July 3 – Danny V’s 52nd Street Band
The longest-running tribute to Billy Joel and a Burlington County fan favorite, the band presents a full-scale, six-piece concert show. Enjoy the best of Billy Joel from the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s.

Sat., July 4 –Separate Ways The Band
The band performs a tribute to Journey with a true respect for the original group. Experience the subtle nuances, inflections and harmonies of the Steve Perry era through the highest level of musicianship.

Fri., July 10 – Real Diamond: The Premier Neil Diamond Tribute
Dedicated to the faithful recreation of the spirit, sound and look of a Neil Diamond show, the band performs authentic-sounding renditions of the greatest hits and fan favorite songs, including “You don’t Bring Me Flowers,” “Sweet Caroline,” “Cracklin’ Rosie” and more.

Sat., July 11 – Weird Science: Best of the 80s
This professional, energetic, and entertaining group recreates the sounds, sights and feelings of the ‘80s. From the music of Duran Duran, to the Go-Go’s and Bon Jovi, the band brings you the hottest songs from that amazing decade of pop culture.

Fri., July 17 – The Sensational Soul Cruisers
This 11-man horn group fronted by four soulful vocalists pays homage to classic performers, from Otis Redding and the Drifters, to Barry White and the Commodores. The group captures and emulates the distinctive style, skill and choreography of a classic show band.

Sat., July 18 – Bob Lougheed and the Memphis Mafia: An Elvis Tribute
This six-time award winning Elvis Tribute Artist has toured extensively both nationally and internationally. The band’s unparalleled rendition showcases the excitement of being at Elvis’ 1973 Aloha from Hawaii concert, his classic 1968 comeback special, and his explosive Las Vegas shows.

Fri., July 24 – Still Surfin’
The group performs the music of the Beach Boys featuring the incredible five-part harmonies of your favorite tunes. Enjoy authentic costuming, audience participation, great choreography, heavy spring reverb surf guitar, and songs that everyone knows and loves.

Sat., July 25 – First Ladies of Rock & Soul
Turn back the clock to the ‘60s when girl bands ruled the charts. This exhilarating performance of songs by groups like the Supremes, the Ronettes, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, the Chiffons, Mary Wells, and more will have you rocking, rolling and reminiscing.

Fri., July 31 – Jimmy and the Parrots
Enjoy a tribute to Jimmy Buffet. For more than a dozen years, Jimmy and the Parrots have been playing to delighted crowds all over the United States as well as the Caribbean, and have been a featured act at the Meeting of the Minds Parrot Head conventions in Key West.

• Sat., Aug. 1 – Simply the Best: A Tina Turner Tribute
World renowned, Suzette Dorsey has dazzled audiences from Las Vegas and Atlantic City to Europe and Japan. Her incredible likeness to Tina Turner, both visually and vocally, enhances the “magic.”

• Fri., Aug. 7 – The Glimmer Twins: A Classic Rolling Stones Experience
You will be amazed at the way the Glimmer Twins recreate the look and feel of The Rolling Stones, hailed as the greatest rock-n-roll band in the world.

• Sat., Aug. 8 – Kick It Out: A Tribute to Heart
Kick it Out is sure to leave you with many goose-bump moments with their astounding recreation of Ann and Nancy Wilson’s greatest songs.

Fri., Aug. 14 – Lights Out: A Tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
Incorporating a Capella vocals and a lead singer whose voice is virtually identical to Frankie himself, the group’s infectious personality and fully choreographed show leaves audiences wanting more.

• Sat., Aug. 15 – Introduction: The Chicago Experience
Back by popular demand, Introduction uses musical and vocal nuances to deliver one of the most memorable shows of any Chicago tribute band in the United States and Canada.

Fri., Aug. 21 – Bad Medicine: A Bon Jovi Tribute
Performing around the country in some of the nation’s most revered venues, Bad Medicine holds audiences captive with its tribute to Bon Jovi’s distinctive look and sound. Incredible musicianship and vocal talent blend together with Steve Sage’s uncanny resemblance to Bon Jovi himself.

Sat., Aug. 22 – Philbilly
The Philadelphia area’s answer to country music, this unique group of musicians from varying backgrounds brings talent and energy to every performance. Their fantastic vocals combined with foot-stomping mandolin and fiddle playing will have you dancing in your seats.

Fri., Aug. 28 – Beatlemania Now
These Delaware Valley-based musicians portray the four “mop tops” from Liverpool” and comprise as solid a Fab Four tribute band as you'll find anywhere, both musically and physically.

• Sat., Aug. 29 – Boy in Black: Anthony Caserta as Johnny Cash
An electrifying and energetic show that is a must-see, Caserta puts on a respectful, accurate and authentic Johnny Cash show covering songs from Cash’s early career at Sun Records to his last recordings at American Recordings.

Sat., Sept. 5 – Tusk: The Ultimate Tribute to Fleetwood Mac
Take a sweet ride down memory lane. Authentic-sounding and always respectful, Tusk leaves no stone unturned in replicating the sounds of one of the world’s best-loved, top-selling bands.

Sat., Sept. 12 – Almost Queen
By blending vocal layering and studio precision with the energy and spectacle of a live show, these seasoned musicians employ elaborate lighting, effects and costumes to effectively render an authentic “Queen experience.”


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