Next Board Meeting
December 16, 2013
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Enjoy Oak Brook’s traditional summer concert series at the beautiful new Central Park Pavilion, located next to Ginger Creek. Bring your picnic baskets, blankets and lawn chairs for these delightful free performances. Refreshments will be available for purchase. In case of inclement weather, concerts will be moved into the gymnasium at the Family Recreation Center. For weather or location updates, please call the concert hotline 630-645-9553.
Weber Grill Restaurant will be onsite providing delicious freshly grilled items for purchase.
Sangria, domestic beer, soft drinks and water will also be available.
If you would prefer something off Weber Grill Restaurant’s menu, please call 630-953-8880 and place your order by 3pm on concert days and Weber on Wheels will have your food ready at the show!
*Orders must be placed by 3pm- Credit Card is required.
Fasten your seatbelts for a guided musical tour through rock ‘n’ roll history! The Neverly Brothers play all your favorite hits from 1950s American Rockabilly, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Rhythm & Blues pioneers up through the 1964 British Invasion groups in an awe inspiring concert that will have you singing, dancing and thoroughly entertained. Dressed in period-perfect matching suits from each era, and playing show stopping renditions of all the classics, these rockers have a look and sound that will make you feel like you are witnessing rock history unfold before your very eyes and ears. And the amazing facts and trivia that you’ll hear between songs will give new insight as to how rock ‘n’ roll started and evolved during this exciting era. This is truly a one-of-a kind retro rock ‘n’ roll magical history tour!
We’ve brought back the Chicago String Artists to end our concert series with a breathtaking highlight of the summer. Carl Linden will conduct the the fresh sounds of today, the sparkle of Broadway, the excitement of great film music, the charming melodies of Europe, the spontaneity of jazz, the raw excitement of country fiddlin’, and the romance of strolling violins.