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Peninsula Town Center Resumes Concerts On The Green

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HAMPTON-Peninsula Town Center is bringing back its Concerts on the Green summer concert series starting on Tuesday, June 22.

The free concert series will take place on the Green in Town square on Tuesdays from 5pm to 9pm. Guests are invited to bring their own chairs and blankets. Food will be available for purchase from a selection of food trucks, or concert-goers can order meals to-go from one of Peninsula Town Center’s restaurants.

Opening the concert series will be popular local jazz band Good Shot Judy. Other scheduled performers include Slapnation, Runnin’ Shine, Schooner or Later, Anthony Rosano, Snackbar Jones, and Fine Swiss Cheese. The 1980s cover band The Deloreans will close out the series on August 17.

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