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Musical trio The Jolly Pops visit Evansville

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The Jolly Pops
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EVANSVILLE — The creative musical trio, The Jolly Pops, bring their upbeat, original music and children’s standards in a concert for all ages at Evansville City Park on Friday, July 1 with concerts at 3:30 and 6:30 p.m.

This event is free and open to the public, and attendees should bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on.

Billy Hartong founded The Jolly Pops in 2016 after touring the globe with his acoustic rock band, Breaking Laces. Since then, he has recorded and toured with many Happy Dads (and a few Merry Moms).

Bassist Justin Hartke and drummer Erik Schee join Hartong in their tour of Viking Library System from June 27-July 1. All three musicians have ties to the MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis.

In the event of rain, the Jolly Pops performances performance will be held at the Evansville Art Center, 111 Main St., in Evansville.

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For more information, contact Evansville Art Center at 218-948-2787.

This program is sponsored by Evansville Art Center, Brandon-Evansville ECFE and Viking Library System, with funding from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.

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