Tonight's Music in the Meadow
concert featuring Carlos Jones and the PLUS band
has been POSTPONED due to inclement
weather. The concert and family activities have
been rescheduled for Wednesday, June 19. Please
read below for full details of next week's
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Music in the Meadow: Carlos Jones
and the PLUS Band
Wednesday, June 19
Family Activities - 5:30 p.m.
Concert - 6:30 p.m.
Carlos Jones &
the PLUS Band delivers soulful roots reggae
with infectious rhythms and creative percussion.
Their repertoire includes original songs,
recognizable covers, and traditional Rastafarian
Nyabinghi drum chants!
Grab a blanket and picnic dinner,
and bring your family to hear FREE music
in the national park! The festivities begin at
5:30 p.m. with lawn games and activities for
families and friends. Alcohol is
prohibited. Donations to support this series are
accepted at each event.
Howe Meadow (4040 Riverview Road in
Peninsula) activities begin at 5:30 p.m. and the
concert begins at 6:30 p.m. After the
concert, cap off your evening with a ranger-led
walk or a Twilight Talk with a
Ranger. Please Note: To promote vegetation
regeneration at Howe Meadow, general parking for
all Music in the Meadow concerts will be in the
designated parking lot at the south end of the
site. Limited disabled parking is available
closer to the concert site. We are
requesting Music in the Meadow visitors adopt
the nationwide National Park trend of "pack it
in, pack it out" and plan to pack your picnic
trash out when you leave.
Concerts will be canceled during
severe weather. Call (330) 650-4636 ext.
228 after 2 p.m. on the day of the event
for the latest updates. In event of a
cancellation, CVNP and Conservancy websites will
be updated and email notification will be sent
to all Cultural Arts Reminder recipients by 2
Lloyd L. and Louise K.