Part of what makes summer summer is listening to free music on the grass and under the sky.
Accordingly, the New Rochelle Downtown Business Improvement District will launch its Music on the Green series July 18. For three consecutive Thursday evenings, from 7:00 to 8:30, the Library Green will host performances by, as the press release describes them, “top-flight musicians who perform music that appeals to a wide range of interests and ages.”
(Louie Miranda performs July 18.)
(Funk That performs July 25.)
If rain appears likely, the show will move inside to the Ossie Davis Theater in the public library.
First up, on July 18, is Louis Miranda and Su Banda, who offer a mix of pop, salsa, country and R&B. Funk That brings its Motown and funk to the green July 25. And closing out the series on Aug. 1: Something Special, a swing band with a dozen horn players.
Just to reiterate, it’s free.
For more information, call the library’s community relations office: (914)632-8254.