Wally Gingers Orchestra to perform Sunday on the Diamond
The Wally Gingers Orchestra performs on the Ligonier Diamond bandstand at 7 p.m. Sunday. The 10-piece big band plays the sounds of Glenn Miller, Woody Herman, the Dorsey Brothers, Count Basie and Benny Goodman.
“If you love big band music, you will love the Wally Gingers Orchestra,” said Holly Mowrey executive director of the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce.
The Rev. Jim Simons from St. Michael's of the Valley Episcopal Church in Rector will deliver the invocation.
The free Sunday evening summer concerts are sponsored by the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce. However, donations are accepted. Boy Scout Troop 372 will “pass the hat” during intermission.
In the event of rain, the orchestra will perform in the Town Hall Auditorium.
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