Summer concerts slated at Champion Lakes |

Summer concerts slated at Champion Lakes

Jeff Himler
Champion Lakes Golf Club
Champion Lakes Golf Club in Fairfield Township

Champion Lakes Golf Club in Fairfield Township is offering a summer concert series Saturday evenings on the patio overlooking its golf course.

All ages are admitted for free to the two-hour events, which begin at 7 p.m. except as noted. An outside bar will be open for purchase of food and drinks.

Scheduled performers include:

• May 25 — Mary Lou Scherder, classic rock, Top 40 and country, 6:30 p.m.

• June 8 — Michael Rogers, ’90s, classic rock, pop and country

• June 15 — John Petrarca, acoustic classic rock

• June 22 — Acoustic Fingers, ’60s to modern rock

• June 29 — Timeless, folk and pop

• July 6 — The Leary Family Band, ’70s and ’80s classic rock

• July 20 — Rich Gorenski, ’60s to current acoustic music

• July 27 — Kevin Dale trio, classic, country and rock

• Aug. 3 — Jessa Kenzi, pop and country

• Aug. 10 — Alec Wolf, oldies, classic and hard rock, acoustic

• Aug. 31 — Adam Fitz, soulful Americana

• Sept. 14 — Antolena, classic variety and originals

The club is located at 4743 Route 711, north of Ligonier.

Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jeff at 724-836-6622, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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