Comedy night at the Cobblestone Pub is back on July 28. The 8 p.m. show features John Beuhler with special guests Darren Millar and Andrew Mack. Tickets are $15 plus a service charge and are on sale now at gotpopconcerts.com
Please bring 2 pieces of I.D. as this is a 19+ show.
There are just two Thursday Evenings in the Park left in the 39 Days of July Festival and if singer/songwriters are your thing it’s time to book your free tickets.
At 6 p.m. on July 21 is — you guessed it — a singer/songwriter by the name of Terry Boyle. Originally from Ireland, this musician plays folk music with Celtic influences and social commentary in a variety of styles, according to the 39 Days program. Following Boyle up, at 7 p.m. is — you guessed it again — singer/songwriter Jared, who puts a spin, perhaps quite literally, on his music this time around as he’ll be joined on stage by his tap-dancing buddy Jamie, who the program notes will “spice up the entertainment value.”
The following Thursday, July 28, the sweet, sweet sounds of the Ranters will fill the park at 6 p.m. If you are into folk/country/folk/country rock featuring guitar, mandolin, auto harp, stand up bass and harmonies, you will enjoy what Longevity John Faulkner calls “a very delicious dessert.”
What follows dessert better than a little Beatles?
At 7 p.m. Beatlemania unplugged takes over and, according to the program, it’s’ always a hit at the festival.