Park Commission’s Cottage Garden Concerts Features “The Break Lights”
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Park Commission’s Cottage Garden Concerts Features “The Break Lights”

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INDIE DUO PLAYS FRIDAY NIGHT AT FRELINGHUYSEN ARBORETUM

WASHINGTON, D.C. – (RealEstateRama) — Enjoy some live and intimate performances in the picturesque and serene Cottage Garden at the Morris County Park Commission’s Frelinghuysen Arboretum in Morris Township on Friday nights this June and July, featuring a wide mix of music and some tasty deserts.

The Break Lights, an idie duo that plays original music with a wide variety of influences, such as Spoon, Wilco, and The Beatles, will perform this Friday night, June 10.

On select Fridays, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., you can unwind from the work week while listening to performances by talented artists in the garden setting, with its bright colors and textures as the sun fades.

Admission to the Cottage Garden Concerts is $15 per person, per show, and preregistration is required.

The remaining schedule includes:

June 10: The Break Lights, Indie
June 24:- The Buskers, Country
July 15 – Cherry Lane, Coffee House
July 22 – Dani Zanoni, Eclectic Pop
July 29 – Aubrey Anne Trio, Brazilian Jazz
The Break Lights
The Break Lights

For more information about the musicians, to register for these very special evening concerts, or for directions visit: http://www.arboretumfriends.org/ or call 973.394.1100. For more information on Morris County parks visit: http://www.morrisparks.net/

The Cottage Garden Concert Series is presented with the generous support of The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum.

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