Mark your calendars for the 2014 Bandshell Concert Series and
join us at the Volunteer Firemen's Bandshell in Reading's City Park.

All concerts begin at 7 p.m.

Refreshments from our Bandshell vendors
are available starting at 6 p.m.


 

FINAL CONCERT OF THE 2014 BANDSHELL SERIES!!
 

August 1: Dr.K's Motown Revue

Dr. K’s Motown Revue is the brainchild of bass guitarist Paul Korman, whose passion was always Motown music.  In November 2004 Paul and guitar player Melvin Miller decided it was time to put together a Motown band full of seasoned musicians who also have a passion for Motown. Together they have become Dr. K's Motown Revue. This outstanding band of 12 musicians and singers takes you on a very realistic journey of the Motown sound and makes audiences want to sing along on every familiar song they play.

CLICK HERE to visit the Dr.K's Motown Revue website.
CLICK HERE to visit Dr.K's Motown Revue on Facebook.
 

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Check out 24 YEARS of Bandshell performers!

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PREVIOUS 2014 CONCERTS

July 11: Tumbleweed Company

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July 18: Lovebettie 

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July 25: Albert Cummings Band

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The Bandshell Concert Series relies on support from the Berks County Community in order to keep world class musicians coming back to City Park every summer. Please consider making a donation to the concert series by clicking the "Feed the Pig" logo and adding to the Berks Arts Council's "piggy bank".

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Thank you to everyone who supports the Berks Arts Council's Bandshell Concert Series!

Thanks to our Volunteers who make this happen!


A very special thanks to the thousands of fans who attend the concerts, and everyone who helped "Feed the Pig" to support the Bandshell Concert Series!


Concerts are held annually at Reading's Volunteer Firemen's  Memorial Bandshell at Hill Road & Constitution Boulevard in Reading. (GPS address: 1251 Hill Road; Reading, PA 19602)

 


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Updated 7/28/14