Music and More at Harry Moore Pavilion

Monday, June 11, 2012

A sure sign of summer is the return of Music and More! Friends of Riverfront has now expanded their concerts and shows to a total of 10 throughout the summer. The concert series kicks off on Friday, June 15 with the band "Little Vito and the Torpedoes" sponsored by Beloit Health System. The concerts, now in their 14 year, draw residents of all ages to the Harry C. Moore Pavilion at Riverside Park.

Little Vito and the Torpedoes are a performing favorite with one of the largest production shows in the Midwest. With music that spans the ages, from the 50's through the New Millennium, you are sure to find something you like in everything they do, no matter what your age.

For more information, check out the Friends of the Riverfront website at or call 608-362-0964.






    "Beloit Health System will again host the first "Music and More" night with a few special items celebrating Father’s Day," states Sarah Starmer, health system spokesperson. "To take care of everyone’s heart (including Dad’s and Mom’s), we will offer blood pressure readings, heart health handouts, grilling recipes, and our new medication ID cards." The new AlertLIne (formerly Lifeline) will also be showcasing their new equipment.

 The concert begins at 7 p.m. with food and beverage vendors set up for business by 5:30. You are encouraged to bring your own chairs or blankets for seating. The concerts are a favorite for stateline residents of all ages.



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