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Listen to Black River for outdoor concert series kick-off

Grab your lawn chairs and blankets and head to South Weeks Park for the free concert series kick-off. (Source: KAUZ) Grab your lawn chairs and blankets and head to South Weeks Park for the free concert series kick-off. (Source: KAUZ)
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -

The 2018 Parks and Recreation Outdoor Concert Series begins Tuesday evening. 

The free series of concerts kicks off with Black River at 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at South Weeks Park. 

Concert-goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy the evening. 

The 50 Plus Zone will be offering free hot dogs. A look at the May concert schedule can be found below.

May 8th – Black River (South Weeks Park)
Black River is a power trio from the Wichita Falls area, that plays the best of classic and southern rock. The band members include Jack Teague on lead vocals and bass guitar, Lee Ewell on guitar, and Dan Chilenski on drums. This band covers artists ranging from Creedence, Tom Petty, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, ZZ Top, and many more! They deliver classic favorites that everyone can sing along to.

May 22nd – Ritmo De Hoyos (8th Street – Farmers Market)
Ritmo De Hoyos is a family band that consists of nine members and formed in February 2017. The De Hoyos name has been known to the Hispanic entertainment scene in Wichita Falls since the 1970's. 
The band name, Ritmo De Hoyos, which translates to De Hoyos Rhythm, was chosen due to the bands prominent Latin percussion music known as Cumbia. The band plays all styles of Cumbia music, as well as Tejano music. They have performed for events such as the celebration of Cinco de Mayo and the Fiesta Patrias at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.

For more information, call (940) 761-7496.

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