Guests enjoy local entertainment at Boardman Park

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Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.The Wrangler Band performed at the Maag Outdoor Theater at Boardman Park on June 29 as part of the Music in the Park program.


Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Guests at Boardman Park watched the Wrangler Band play on June 29 at the Maag Outdoor Theater.


Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Guests set up chairs and blankets at the Maag Outdoor Theater on June 29 to watch the Wrangler Band play.


Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Christy Kopsac played the fiddle during one of the performances by the Wrangler Band on June 29 at Boardman Park.


Guests set up their seats as The Wrangler Band set up their equipment before the concert at the Maag Outdoor Theater at Boardman Park began on June 29.

The concert was part of the Music in the Park program hosted by Boardman Park in the summer.

This is the 40th anniversary of the Music in the Part Concert Series. All of the performances are free and open to the public thanks to sponsorships of local businesses and organizations.

The Wrangler Band consists of two brothers, a sister and a friend - who they consider a brother - and are from the western Pennsylvania area. They perform a variety of country and classic rock music.

Guests clapped along to the songs and joined in on some of the singing. The band performed the song “Body Like a Back Road,” by Sam Hunt for the first time and received an applause at the end of the performance. The band members spoke between each song talking about themselves, other places they perform and other facts about themselves.

The park was filled with people of all ages who came to enjoy local music. There were couples, families, friends and some people came to spend some time by themselves. The concerts provide an opportunity from people all around the community to come out and listen to local entertainment while spending time together in the nice weather.

A concert will take place every Thursday and all but two performances will start at 7 p.m. at the Maag Outdoor Theater.

More information and a list of the local entertainment can be found at or by calling 330-726-8105.

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