Update: Weather Postponed Lower Frederick Concert
LOWER FREDERICK PA – A township summer concert series event featuring The Mighty Manatees band, which was planned for Thursday (July 28, 2022) at Lower Frederick’s Cuddy Park, was postponed by its Parks and Recreation Committee and re-scheduled for next week due to what forecasters accurately predicted was impending inclement weather.
The concert is now on the calendar for Aug. 4 (Thursday), again at 7 p.m., in the park on Colonial Drive.
The postponement decision was made “given the continuing weather predictions for potential heavy lightning in the area this evening, and the very oppressive heat index,” committee Chair Pamela Reich explained in an e-mail.
- Read an earlier story regarding the original concert plans, published July 25 by The Post, below.
Get Dancin’ Thursday at Township Park Concert
PERKIOMENVILLE PA – The Mighty Manatees, a Montgomery County-based band with styles that range across blues, reggae, country, folk, ska, funk, zydeco and rock ‘n roll, will be the featured performer Thursday (July 28, 2022) beginning at 7 p.m. in Lower Frederick’s Cuddy Park on Colonial Drive. The event, hosted by the township Parks and Recreation Committee, is free to attend and open to the public.
Parking is available. Bring your own seating (none will be provided) or a comfortable blanket to spread out over the grass, and a picnic or snacks if you’d like. Bring your dog, too, but remember it must be on a leash at dog-friendly Cuddy. The Downtown Scoop food truck also will be available, by arrangement with the township, to sell ice cream and other treats and beverages.
Beyond Thursday, the township’s last performance in its summer concert series is scheduled to present hits of the 1960s and 1970s from “The Transistor Trio,” on Aug. 25 (Thursday) from 7-9 p.m., also at Cuddy Park.
The concerts are sponsored by Sacks and Sons, Peace in Zion United Church of Christ, Engage Art Studios, Little’s Tractor, US Gas, Bella Cuccina, Sylvia’s Gymnastics, State of Mind Apparel, Athena Nail & Spa, Reiter’s Auto Repair, Jacob’s Tree Sugery, Value Engineering Inc., Wallace Services Inc., and The Schwenksville Post.
Photo a screenshot by The Post from a 2022 Mighty Manatees video