It’s a big night for the Mayor’s Month of Music tonight, Friday, July 4th.
U.S. Granules presents The Bishops beginning at 7 p.m. The concert is FREE and features the number one choice for entertainment, musical variety, pro-level musicianship, and sound, The Bishops. Their show is high energy, multi-genre, all-ages friendly, and highly audience interactive. The Bishops do not simply give a concert, they throw the greatest party.
The Bishops have decades of experience making music and entertaining crowds. They are not some sleepy hotel lobby band, the Bishops will get you on your feet.
Before the music begins, the Plymouth High School All-School alumni reunion begins at 6 p.m. in River Park Square. Organized by Jan Boos Bean, she will recognize many of the classes celebrating milestones during the event. Mike Delp, PHS class of 1973, and Bob Danielson class of 58 will then introduce this year’s recipient of the PHS Distinguished Hall of Fame winner.
Another feature of Friday night’s Mayor’s Month of Music is the 1st annual Quack Out Hunger Duck Race for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center. They have been out adopting ducks for about 2 weeks and the remaining ducks will be ready for adoption from 5 p.m. till about 7:30 in the River Park Square. You can adopt a duck for $5, 6 ducks for $25, 15 ducks for $60, and 30 ducks for $100.
Then around 8 p.m. the ducks will be dumped into the Yellow River at the historic walking bridge and swim down to the kayak launch. The 1st place duck wins $250, the 2nd place wins $100, and the 3rd place receives $50.
Mayor’s Month of Music will have a whole host of food trucks ready to feed you a delicious treat or dinner beginning at 5 p.m. and continuing throughout the concert which ends at 10 p.m. Next week, August 11th the 11985 Band takes the stage for the Mayor’s Month of Music beginning at 7 p.m.
River Park Square is a SMOKE FREE environment.