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Concert Band Had Sanatoga Park Crowd Hopping

SANATOGA PA – On a concrete dance pad that juts out from the base of the bandstand at Sanatoga Park, there seemed to be so many shuffling feet Sunday evening (July 9, 2017) that at times the ground appeared ready to buckle beneath them.

OK, so that’s an exaggeration. But it’s true that more people rose to boogie the night away (at top) – cheek-by-cheek during slow, romantic tunes; and hip-swaying, jumping, and shouting during almost everything else – than have been seen for a long time during the Lower Pottsgrove Summer Concert Series.

The reason: Flamin’ Dick and the Hot Rods, a regional ’50s and ’60s rock-and-roll band with a big following. A substantial crowd filled the hill of the amphitheater on South Sanatoga Road to see and hear them, and listeners said they were delighted (below).

Concert Band Had Sanatoga Park Crowd Hopping

Concert Band Had Sanatoga Park Crowd Hopping

Concert Band Had Sanatoga Park Crowd Hopping

Concert Band Had Sanatoga Park Crowd Hopping

Concert Band Had Sanatoga Park Crowd Hopping

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