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The 35th annual Dublin Arts Council Sundays at Scioto summer concert series continues with The Gothard Sisters on July 22, 2018. Springing from an immensely creative family of painters, woodworkers, sculptors, tapestry weavers, dancers and musicians, this band of sisters has always been comfortable thinking outside the box. The Gothard Sisters are a dynamic group of three sisters, whose impressive array of talents have set them apart as one of the most refreshing and compelling acts in Celtic music today. The sisters’ unpredictable and theatrical flair brings a youthful splash to the time-honored tradition of Celtic folk music, bridging the gap between modern Pop and Folk-Rock with a sunny, optimistic style that has been described as “beautifully-arranged, melodic-minded Celtic Folk-Pop.”
The concert will also feature a performance by the Richens/Timm Academy of Irish Dance.
Concerts continue on Sundays evenings through July 29 at the Scioto Park Amphitheater, 7377 Riverside Drive, in Dublin. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. and conclude at approximately 8:30 p.m. Dinner and dessert will be available from Schmidt’s Sausage Truck and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.
Tips for first-time concert goers:
- Parking is free at Scioto Park, but fills quickly. Make sure to arrive early to guarantee yourself a spot!
- Concerts are free of charge, but donations are graciously accepted when DAC staff and board circulate through the audience midway through the concert.
- Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome.
- Feel free to bring your own food and beverage, but dinner and dessert will also be available for purchase onsite.
- Seats face west, so sunscreen, sunglasses and water are recommended for the first portion of the concert!
For a full schedule of 2018 Sundays at Scioto concerts, visit dublinarts.org/sundaysatscioto. If weather conditions appear unfavorable, patrons may call the DAC voice mail at 614.889.7444, visit DAC’s website (www.dublinarts.org), Facebook page (www.facebook.com/DublinArtsCouncil) or follow Twitter updates (@DublinArts) for information regarding concert delays or cancellations.