Beginning July 9, every Saturday through August 13, 2016, Homestead National Monument of America will host outdoor evening concerts at 7 p.m.at the Homestead Education Center. During 2016 Homestead is celebrating its 80th Birthday and the Centennial of the National Park Service.
July 9- Michael Murphy- a folk musician based in Omaha, Nebraska. He plays various instruments, including the guitar, piano and Native American flute. He has been a singer songwriter since the 1970's.
July 16- The Toasted Ponies- Expect to hear Bluegrass, Cajun, Western Swing, Gospel and Celtic tunes, just to keep things interesting. Look for great harmony singing and hot instrumentals in a typical Ponies performance.
July 23- Paul Siebert- is a singer/songwriter who plays a variety of acoustic instruments, including the Hammer and button accordion! Paul's performances often draw listeners out of themselves and into the show.
July 30- The String Beans- A kid friendly bad- mix country, rock 'n' roll, pop, polka, and even rap. They perform original, family friendly songs about the things kids love and parents can't stop laughing about!
August 6th- the Gulizia Brothers- will present a musical variety program for all ages. The program features various musical styles, including American jazz of the Big Band era, contemporary jazz, and international music from South America, Africa, and the Caribbean.
August 13- The Lightening Bugs- Their repertoire features standards from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, ranging from the Mills Brothers to the Ink Spots and Nat King Cole Trio