Concerts and Movies, a Cranberry tradition!

Our Summer Entertainment Lineup

Cranberry Township’s lineup of free outdoor summer entertainment runs from June 22 through August 1 with six evening concerts in Community Park, three Friday lunchtime concerts at the Municipal Center gazebo, four feature movies at the Community Park Rotary Amphitheater, and four concerts as part of the CTCC Community Days celebration, July 13-15.  
To sponsor a concert or movie, contact Parks & Recreation, 724-779 FUN (4386)

In Community Park (Rt. 19) Rotary Amphitheater
Rotary will have food for sale from their Park kiosk at each concert

Thursday, June 22.  Martyr Kanin.
 7:00 PM  A four-member Uniontown-based rock band in the vein of Bon Jovi, Martyr Kanin has three studio albums of original songs, as well as creative twists on songs by artists as varied as Johnny Cash, Michael Jackson, and AC/DC.
Wednesday, June 28.  Keystone State Musical Theater.  7:00 PM   Founders, instructors and students of this performance teaching school will present classics from the golden age of musicals along with favorites from today’s blockbusters.  

Monday, July 3.  Air National Guard Band of the Northeast.  7:00 PM   This 36-member ensemble, originally formed in 1942 in South Dakota, currently covers 13 states in the mid-Atlantic region, performing martial music for military ceremonies and civilian events both at home and overseas. 

Thursday, July 6. The El Dorado Band.
 7:00 PM  This rock-country band, formed in 2003, features five Beaver County musicians in performances marked by powerful vocals, blazing guitars, honky-tonk piano, and a tight rhythm section. 

Thursday, July 20.  Ferris Bueller’s Revenge.  7:00 PM   This Pittsburgh-based party band is celebrating its 16th season of performing hits from the 1980s including songs by Rick Springfield, Bon Jovi, George Michael, and Poison.  

Thursday, July 27.  Elvis Lives.  7:00 PM   Randy Galioto’s tribute to The King of Rock and Roll captures the essence of a live ‘70s show with music ranging from Elvis’ early days to his performances in Las Vegas including costume changes, audience participation, scarves and teddy bears.  
In the Municipal Center Sunrise Rotary Gazebo
(by the Sample School House)
Support the Library and enjoy lunch for $3. The Friends of the Library will be grilling hot dogs. Chips, bottled water and hot dog for $3.

Friday, July 28.  Keystone State Musical Theater.  Noon.  Faculty and staff of this performance teaching school will present classics from the golden age of musicals along with favorites from today’s Broadway blockbusters.  

Friday, August 4.  Rock Jazz Trio.  Noon.  This Grove City trio, whose core group includes guitar, vocals, violin and upright bass, performed at more than 30 events last summer.  Two of its musicians teach their instruments at the college level.

Friday, August 11.  Craig Zinger.  Noon.  Recovering CPA Craig Zinger delivers a Victor Borge-style show of entertaining original parodies featuring his vocals, piano, and audience interaction.  
Community Days at Rotary Amphitheater
Preview the Community Days schedule

Thursday, July 13.  Broadway in the Park.  6:00.  Keystone State Musical Theatre presents an anthology of songs from classic musicals to today’s greatest hits.  

Thursday, July 13.  Phase IV Band.  7:30.  The five-member Phase IV Band plays a wide assortment of music covering such hits as Any Way You Want It, American Girl, Folsom Prison, Brown Eyed Girl, Sweet Home Alabama, and Margaritaville.  

Friday, July 14.  School of Rock.  5:30.  Students and instructors from the Wexford School of Rock strut their stuff along the way to rock stardom with songs from some of the best-known musicians of our time.  

Friday, July 14.  Bon Journey.  Bon Journey, a high-energy five-member band formed in 2006, brings the hits of two of America’s most popular rock groups – Bon Jovi and Journey – to life.  

Saturday, July 15.  Broadway in the Park.  3:30.  Keystone State Musical Theatre presents an anthology of songs from classic musicals to the greatest hits of today.  

Saturday, July 15.  Totally 80s.  8:00.  This seven-member band lives up to its name with a total focus on the decade from which it takes its name.  Music includes, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Jessie’s Girl, Beat It, Don’t Stop Believin’ and Crazy for You.  

Movies in Community Park (Rt. 19) Rotary Amphitheater

Movie Series Sponsors 
Armstrong Utilities and a donation from Matt Williams Seneca Valley Senior Project

Tuesday, June 20.  The Secret Life of Pets.  At dusk.  In this 2016 animated film, the quiet life of a terrier named Max is upended when his owner takes a stray whom Max instantly dislikes.  The two dogs get lost in Manhattan and join forces against a gang of abandoned pets to return home.  

Tuesday, June 27.  The Swan Princess.  At dusk.  In this 1994 film, the widowed parents of Prince Derek and Princess Odette hope the two will eventually fall in love and marry.  As adolescents, the two can’t stand each other, but as young adults they begin to see each other in a different light. 

Tuesday, July 25.  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.  At dusk.  In this 2016 action, adventure comedy, a group of mutated turtle warriors emerges from the shadows to protect their New York City home against the notorious Krang. 

Tuesday, August 1.  The Lego Batman Movie.  At dusk.  In this 2017 animated feature, Bruce Wayne must not only deal with the criminals of Gotham City, but also the responsibility of raising a boy he adopted.