Tiger Maple String Band Performs in Goodell's Historic Space

Categories:  Arts & Culture/Entertainment    Music
Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Tiger Maple String Band Performs in Goodell's Historic Space by Ryan Smith
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Tiger Maple String Band is a group that’s long been at home on stages throughout the Lake Erie region, and, at the lush, green Goodell Gardens and Homestead in Edinboro, they’re a perfect fit.

A flagship band of the annual Edinboro Art and Music Festival (and seasoned veterans of the region’s live-jam circuit), Tiger Maple has performed in Goodell’s historic space numerous times over the years, and they’ll do so again when they take the stage as the next featured artists in Goodell’s annual Summer Music Series on Friday, Aug. 21.

Their performance rounds out Goodell’s 2015 summertime music series, so grab some chairs or blankets and head out to Edinboro for some good, friendly, family fun before it’s all done. – Ryan Smith

7 p.m. // 221 Waterford St. (Route 6N), Edinboro // goodellgardens.org

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