Tuesdays at Townsend
Join us for live music under the shade trees at Townsend Park, with a food and beer vendor each night! Bring your chairs and blankets to relax in the park.
Families and households are urged to carpool, as parking is limited. Golf carts will be available to assist guests to and from the nearby parking area.
2022 dates, performers, and vendors, 6:30-8:00 pm each night below!
|June 14||Abbotts Cross||Pgh Eatz food truck||Sly Fox Brewery|
|June 28||James Tobin Music||Miss Meatball food truck||Sobel's Obscure Brewery|
|July 12||The Adorabulls||Pgh Smokehouse||Sobel's Obscure Brewery|
|July 26||Tim Bush music||Hoshi Pgh Japanese Hibachi||Devout Brewing|
|August 9||RML Jazz||Cilantro & Ajo Venezuelan Street Food truck||Helltown Brewing|
|August 23||Tim Schmider Music||Pgh Crepes||Sly Fox Brewery|
Our 2022 Performers:
June 14: Abbotts Cross
Traditional and modern Celtic music with unique instrumental improvisation. Alan Booth and Mike Clancy are musicians located in the Pittsburgh area. The combination of Alan Booth's rich vocals and Mike Clancy's jazz background makes for an exciting musical experience. Their influences range from The Wolfe Tones to John Coltrane. Booth and Clancy's set list includes traditional and modern Celtic music as well as original instrumentals combined with jigs and reels inspired by Brian Finnegan and Michael McGoldrick.
June 28: James Tobin Music
James Tobin is a singer / songwriter / guitarist from Western, Pennsylvania. He plays an entertaining blend of original music, classic rock, Americana, folk and country on his 12 string guitar. His wife Debbie Tobin often accompanies James on stage on the mandolin and fiddle. In addition James does shows with a full band, The Dewey Decimators, a roots rock band out of Ambridge, PA.
'80s music...and BEYOND! Weird instruments! The Adorabulls play ANYTHING that gets people up and dancing. From '80s to Oldies, hip-hop to '90s alternative rock, these 4 dudes take cover songs on weird instruments to new heights. (Ryan DeNardis - accordion, John McNulty - ukulele, Michael A. Keller - suitcase percussion, Mike Kuhn - bass). Straight outta Pittsburgh, PA.
Born and raised in South Greensburg PA, Tim started singing at a very young age. His passion for music continued for many years, as he directed his energies toward playing guitar and songwriting, while at the same time performing publicly with bands, and also as a solo artist. His musical influences include The Beatles, Neil Diamond, Dan Fogelberg, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, and other classic singer/songwriters are evident in his poignant capturing of emotions and melodies, providing the audience a warm and relaxing blend of music. Tim released his debut album, "A New Day Will Dawn", on March 15, 2019
RML Jazz mixes Smooth Jazz with Bebop and Classic Jazz as well as a helping of Modern Jazz, Dixieland
Acoustic country musician from Western, Pa
If you are a food truck or beverage vendor interested in attending one of these nights please contact us at 724-327-2100 x131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Musicians interested in performing for our Tuesdays at Townsend evenings should complete our quick Band Interest Form and we will contact you for more information!
Thank you to the Westmoreland County Local Arts Grant Program for helping to sponsor our event!
The Westmoreland County Bureau of Parks and Recreation offers grants to local art organizations and local government entities to assist in supporting local art projects and activities through their Local Arts Grant Program. We thank them for their ongoing support of local art initiatives.