Picture this: You’re lounging on a blanket, surrounded by the crisp spring air alongside your neighbors while enjoying live music. That’s right, it’s officially concert season at Hatton Regester Green.
From reggae to Motown to easy listening, the spring lineup features a variety of artists.
The spring season begins on Sunday, May 5, with The Pan Tones. This local steel drum band plays original arrangements of calypso, reggae and pop tunes. On May 12, The Supreme Temptations will perform high-energy Motown and oldies tunes. Amy Andrews returns to the stage on May 19, featuring her onstage wit and stunning vocals. The Guava Jelly Duo, an acoustic pair, closes out the month on May 26 with a mix of reggae, pop, rock and country music.
“I always look forward to the spring season because it’s so nice at Hatton Regester, and it’s a great Sunday afternoon to have a picnic, food and free music,” said board member David Green, who helps organize the concert series. “I’d love to have more people there. It’s great to stop if you’re along the trail.”
All concerts are on Sundays and begin at 4:00pm, lasting roughly two hours. Guests are encouraged to bring something to sit on and snacks to eat. Hatton Regester Green is located at the intersection of B&A Boulevard, Evergreen Road and Holly Avenue.
Another concert series will be held in September.