Mayor Mark Senter is wrapping up his last year in office with 9 weeks of the Mayor’s Month of Music. Every Friday in July and August and the first Friday in September you
can catch the best bands at River Park Square in downtown Plymouth. The food trucks are ready to serve you at 5 and the bands perform from 7 to 10.
This week, WYSIWYG, or What You See Is What You Get takes the stage. This is a 7 piece cover band with 20 years of experience playing your favorite songs from the 70s to today! They feature both a female and male lead singer.
WYSIWYG has been performing in the southern Michigan area and around Michigan City for years. They perform several times a year at the Blue Chip and several wineries. They will be at the Coloma Gald Peach Festival in August and even private parties.
Grab the family, your lawn chairs, and a cooler with your favorite beverages, and head down to River Park Square Friday’s for the FREE concert.
Next week U.S. Granules presents The Bishops and it will be a huge night because it’s the Plymouth High School all-school reunion and the Marshall County Neighborhood Center will have their Quack Out Hunger duck races.
August 11th it’s the 1985 Band
August 18th another local favorite This Homemade Conspiracy
August 25th PS Dump Your Boyfriend
September 1st Magic Bus
Those attending the concerts can bring a picnic to enjoy and their own cooler with the beverages they like. There will also be a host of food trucks including Bob’s Cafeteria, Pig in a Pen, Dainty Donuts, Cravo On Tacos, Bailey’s Sweet Kettle Corn, Apex Ice, B & B Vending, Ron’s Dogs, Ben’s Soft Pretzels, Chubby Buddies, and Beary’s Ice Cream with tasty items to purchase. The Marshall County Museum will be a fundraiser selling ice cream novelties for $1 and Marshall County Relay for Life will be in the concession stand with popcorn, candy, water, pop hot dogs, and chips for $1.
River Park Square is a SMOKE FREE ENVIRONMENT.