Trotter's Wake Irish Band to perform in Clarkdale Concert in the Park

It's time to practice your Irish Jig. Saturday, Aug.29, Clarkdale Community Services/Parks & Recreation is proud to present Trotter's Wake Irish Band.

They will perform 7-9 p.m. at the Clarkdale Town Park gazebo. This concert is free to the public.

Trotter's Wake Irish Band is a five-piece vocal acoustic band consisting of Drew Monasky - acoustic guitar, mandolin, and vocals, Anna Merritt on electric piano and bass, Sandy Lineweaver on keyboard, Cyndy Gaughan on bodhran,and Bonnie Teplik on fiddle.

Trotters Wake performs a mixture of Irish drinking songs, Irish and Celtic ballads, and traditional Irish tunes (jigs, reels, etc.).

They are located in Glendale, Arizona (USA) and play in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan area and throughout Arizona. They have more fun playing Irish music than should be legal, and they want listeners to experience the same thing.

Visit their website: trotterswake.com for the latest news, appearances and contact information.

The park is located in the center of the town's historic district on Main Street, between 10th and 11th Streets.

There is a 50/50 raffle which all proceeds benefit the Concerts in the Park. Remember to bring your own seating and that alcohol is not permitted in the park.

Vending spaces are available and can be arranged by contacting Community Services at (928) 639-2460.

For more information please visit: http://www.clarkdale.az.gov/concerts_in_the_park.htm or contact Clarkdale Parks and Recreation at (928) 639-2490; email: dawn.norman@clarkdale.az.gov.

For up to the minute updates on the status of scheduled concerts and events visit the Clarkdale Parks & Recreation/Clark Memorial Library Facebook page.

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