Jeff Jimerson takes Hempfield Park amphitheater stage |

Jeff Jimerson takes Hempfield Park amphitheater stage

Mary Pickels
Hempfield Park’s Smail Auto Group Amphitheater in Hempfield Township.
Jeff Jimerson, known for singing the national anthem prior to Pittsburgh Penguins games, will perform with Airborne July 28 at Hempfield Park.

Jeff Jimerson and Airborne headline the latest “Concerts in the Park” series in Hempfield Park.

Jimerson will perform at noon July 28 in the park’s new Hempfield Smail Auto Group Amphitheater, according to the township’s website.

Jimerson is well known in the region for performing the national anthem at Pittsburgh Penguins games, in addition to fronting Airborne.

Concessions on Sunday will be available from Hempfield Parks and Recreation and McFeely’s Arctic Ice.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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