2016 City of Sherrill Summer Concert Series
Sponsored by the Gorman Foundation
June 28 Fritz’s Polka Band
Verona’s polka princes return to the Sherrill stage for a night of their upbeat and fun music, featuring modern polkas, a little bit of country, and even some oldies rock ‘n’ roll.
July 5 Party Nuts
It’s always a party when the Party Nuts come to town, with a family-fun evening of golden oldie rock ‘n’ roll sing-alongs that encourage plenty of audience participation.
July 12 Free Ice Cream Night with Dan Elliott and the Monterays
The number one oldies group and longest running band in Central New York brings to the Sherrill stage all the favorites from the 1950s to the 1980s. Plus there’s a special bonus treat … free ice cream for all kids and kids at heart.
July 19 Classified
The premiere dance band in the Central New York area makes their own premiere on the Sherrill stage. Classified combines hot brass with infectious grooves to create cool sounds sure to get the audience on their feet and moving along with the music.
July 26 Coston
The Oneida-based father-son team of virtuoso guitarist Roy Coston and 18-year-old prodigy drummer Gunnar Coston lead this classic rock band in high-energy renditions of rockers from Poison, Ratt, Ozzy Osbourne, and some originals, too.
Aug 2 Southern Grace
It’s a night of electric female vocals-driven modern country when Southern Grace makes their very first appearance on the Reilly-Mumford Memorial Park stage.
Aug 9 Causeway Giants
This Syracuse-based Celtic rock band has a flare for the sounds of the Irish, putting new spins on traditional music, adding in some originals and covering bands like Flogging Molly, The Dropkick Murphies, and The Young Dubliners.
Aug 16 Grupo Pagan
Diverse backgrounds create a high energy blend of sounds guaranteed to grab the ear, featuring their own originals plus covers by the likes of Santana, Sade, and Shakira.
Aug 23 George Wesley
It’s a trip to an exotic summer vacation paradise far away -- without ever leaving Sherrill -- as the sounds of reggae return to the Reilly-Mumford Memorial Park.
Aug 30 Chief Big Way
Taking a break from his world tour with Anthrax, Joey Belladonna teams with musicians extraordinaire Joe Precourt and Dave Mickelson in a power trio playing the best classic rock, featuring the classics of Journey, Pink Floyd, Bad Company, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.