Music in the Park 2022 kicks off with the group Apache | Examiner

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It may have been a rainy day in Launceston, but people still gathered to hear the musical tunes from the first Music in the Park event for 2022. Apache, a Launceston-based band, were the first to participate in the series. of concerts this year. Most of the band members have been playing together for about 21 years, so it’s no surprise how well in step they were. READ MORE: COVID Vaccinations for Children to Begin Group singer and rhythm guitarist Margaret Bryan said the group first performed at Music in the Park last year, following the cancellation of another group. “However, going back to the 90s, I had a different band… and I also played Music in the Park when the Musicians’ Union was running it,” she said. Music in the Park is in its 15th year under the direction of the City of Launceston and is held at City Park. “We had a huge crowd last year, but this year was a smaller crowd. It was raining this morning… and of course COVID [affected the event too]Bryan said. “I think the outdoor events are well catered for because people don’t want to be inside too much. It also gives a larger audience a chance to see what we’re doing. The Fade performed a mix of country, 60s rock and roll, as well as 70s and 80s hits for their audiences. READ MORE: Burn reduction identified as key to controlling Sisters Beach fire Launceston Mayor Albert van Zetten previously said the event’s longevity was due to its location. “he said.” The music in the park is a free event and it’s a great way to spend a summer day with family and friends. On January 16, the West Tamar Municipal Band and the St Andrews Caledonian Pipe Band will perform, followed by the Tassie Tenor on January 23. Danseurs Béa tStreet will take the helm on February 13th and the concerts will end in style with the Launceston City Band on February 20th. Town of Launceston Facebook page. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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