Cooper Foundation to Kick-Off Free Summer in the City Music Festival in the Park Tuesday, July 23, 2019

The Cooper Foundation of Cooper University Health Care will kick-off its free Summer in the City Music Festival in the Park on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. in Sheila L. Roberts Park with a concert by To The Max.

This is the first of three performances to be held over the next three weeks. A special National Night Out concert will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 6. A complete schedule of concerts and dates is below.

The Summer in the City Music Festival is a popular event that brings the community together while showcasing the neighborhood parks and positive changes in the Cooper Plaza and Lanning Square neighborhoods.

The 10th annual festival is a joint collaboration of The Cooper Foundation, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, Cooper Lanning Civic Association and Lanning Square West Residents in Action. Co-sponsors include the City of Camden, Garden State Discovery Museum and Camden Special Services District.

In addition to the music, children and families can enjoy bubble fun and face painting by the Garden State Discovery “On the Go” Museum. Rita’s will be serving water ice.

2019 Summer in the City Music Festival Schedule

Tuesday, July 23 – To The Max
Sheila L. Roberts Park
Washington Street between Chambers and South 6th Street
Camden, N.J. 08103

Tuesday, July 30 – Dirty Dozen Band
Sheila L. Roberts Park
Washington Street between Chambers and South 6th Street
Camden, N.J. 08103

Tuesday, Aug. 6 – National Night Out – Coast To Coast
Sheila L. Roberts Park
Washington Street between Chambers and South 6th Street
Camden, N.J. 08103

All concerts begin at 5:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public. The rain date for all concerts is Tuesday, Aug. 13.

About The Cooper Foundation

The Cooper Foundation serves as the philanthropic, community outreach and community development arm of Cooper University Health Care, one of the largest health systems in southern New Jersey with over 100 outpatient offices and its flagship, Cooper University Hospital located in Camden, N.J.

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Wendy Marano
856.382.6463
marano-wendy@cooperhealth.edu

Katie Hardesty
856.361.1729
hardesty-catherine@cooperhealth.edu

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