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“7 Bridges” sponsored by Kentucky Wesleyan College
The Eagles have landed at Friday After 5 in the form of “7 Bridges” thanks to Kentucky Wesleyan College. KWC welcomes their “Class of 2020” to Owensboro by flying in the nation’s best Eagles Tribute Band: 7 Bridges! The ultimate Eagles Experience is a stunningly accurate tribute to the music of the Eagles. Using no backing tracks or harmonizers, “7 Bridges” faithfully re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert tonight on the Jagoe Homes Patio Stage. Every show features one brilliant hit single after another with some mighty Don Henley and Joe Walsh surprises sprinkled into the mix. The band features Jason Manning as Glenn Frey, Keith Thomas as Don Henley, Brian Graves as Randy Meisner/Timothy Schmit and Tony Haan as Joe Walsh. Thank you Kentucky Wesleyan College for tonight’s party! SPECIAL BONUS: Many members of the KWC coaching staff and players will be on hand tonight plus KWC will be bringing their new KWC mascot! Don’t miss any of the free fun! . Band plays on the patio from 6:30pm-10:00pm
Tonight in the Atmos Energy Courtyard: King’s Highway Bluegrass Band. We’re the home of the International Bluegrass Music Museum and we’re celebrating tonight with one of the best Bluegrass Bands ever in the Atmos Courtyard, located just a few feet from the museum itself. King’s Highway features Josh Johnston (guitar), Kevin Bowlds (fiddle), Mark Hargis (mandolin), Mike Fulkerson (banjo), and Richard Clark (bass). “True Blue” Bluegrass is their specialty and they bring the spirit and fun of this special genre to the party tonight. The “Father of Bluegrass” Bill Monroe was born several miles from Owensboro and we’re celebrating in a big way with the construction and grand opening of the International Bluegrass Music Center in 2017. It’s a multi-million dollar center that includes artifacts and recordings of the most famous bluegrass pioneers in history. A fun-filled evening of music is waiting for you tonight. Over twenty-years ago Atmos Energy gifted the “Courtyard” the RiverPark Center. Now they set it to music by sponsoring our acoustic entertainers each Friday evening all summer long. Stop by and bring you date! 7:00pm-10:00pm
Tonight, it’s the final free Gospel Music concert of the season in beautiful Cannon Hall at the RiverPark Center. The Crossmen Quartet, Deena Ashley and The Joylanders are on stage tonight. Glenn Family Services has sponsored this free gospel series for more than 12 years running. Call a friend and enjoy a faith-lifting performance by three great groups tonight. Thank you Glenn Family Services for giving back to the community year after year! Doors open at 6pm. Show at 7pm..\
We set the summer night to music on the Party Pier with CALABASH! The super-charged fun band began as a collaboration between two aspiring singer/songwriters in the heart of America’s music city, Nashville. Having formed the group with a shared determination for performing original music, the duo of Paul Wiemeier and Jarod Heim returned back to their home of Evansville, Indiana. As their music grew, so did the lineup. What was once a simple acoustic duo had become an onslaught of rhythm and melody. After years of gigging regionally and building up a fan base, CALABASH has risen to new heights and is ready to party! Tonight’s band is staying over courtesy of our newest downtown hotel, Holiday Inn Riverfront, home of “Another Broken Egg”. Join the party tonight on the Don Moore Party Pier, our All-America City newest performance venues. The “Party Pier” is right on the Ohio River behind our new Convention Center. Just steps away, you’ll find Smothers Park where visitors fall in love with the new waterfall feature and the Signature Fountain, designed by the same people who created the Bellagio Fountains in Las Vegas. Don Moore Automotiveteam sponsors the entire season where we throw a party every Friday of the summer. Just like everything at Friday After 5, it’s free. Fun. Free. Friends. Friday After 5 is Where the Weekend Begins! 8pm-11:30pm
The fun has begun. Tonight is “Over the Edge for MentorKids” and Block Party! We provide free space for all of the “Non-Profit Agencies” in our community. We’ll have the Independence Bank train rolling down Veteran’s Blvd with free rides for the kids! Daviess County Library is bringing in a special “Storybook Character” courtesy of TDs Tuff Decisions Costumes right here in Owensboro! We’ll shine the spotlight on the kids whocompete in our weekly Hula-Hoop contest at 7:45 sponsored by Welborn’s followed by five grown-ups who try to win theKroger Water Balloon toss. Winners and losers join together to “Toast the Sunset”, a Friday After 5 tradition for 20 years! It’s the only place where the sun goes down yet the night warms up! The kids will love the huge “Lazy Dayz” playground near the signature fountains in Smothers Park. They can actually climb up a tree from the inside! Really! It’s a resort quality park filled with fun and friends. Just like Friday After 5, it’s free. Thanks Kroger for all of the fun!
Tonight Cromwell Radio continues it’s mission to provide a stage for ournewest, up and coming performers. Tonight “Rock a Teens” return to Friday After 5. These talented Teens recreate all of the hits from over the rock and roll years with a story to tell with each song. Talent and tunes tonight on the Cromwell Radio New Sound Overlook. It’s a beautiful venue located right next to the signature fountain and just steps away from the award-winning “Lazy Dazy” park. Just like Friday After 5, it’s free. Join the fun tonight! 7:00pm-8:30pm