Seann Clark & Colette Bone to Conclude Goodell Garden's Summer Concert Series
Local talents converge at the beautiful Edinboro homestead
Friday, Aug. 17
Goodell Gardens will wrap up its summer concert series with an "Erie region supergroup," according to assistant director Amber Wellington.
Seann Clark, Colette Bone & Friends will bring their talents together for an end-of-summer performance Friday, Aug. 17.
The show will mark Bone's debut at the Edinboro-based botanical gardens but be somewhat of a coming-home for Clark, who grew up down the road and has previously performed there with his other projects including Basket Eddy, and with singer Brenna Bone (who happens to be Colette's niece).
"I'm really excited to hear them play," Wellington said.
Gates open at 6:45 p.m. The gardens are closed from 5 to 6:30 p.m. to allow time for set up.
The Chameleon Food Truck will be available to purchase food. People are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets.
Goodell Gardens receives grant funding from the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts and the Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority to offset the cost of the concerts.
Wellington called this summer's series "amazing" and expressed gratitude to those who helped organize and attended the event.
"We realize that there are countless places to enjoy live music on Fridays during the summer and are honored that folks choose to attend our events," she said. — Tracy Geibel
7 p.m. // Goodell Gardens & Homestead, 221 Waterford St. // $5 adults, $3 seniors (55+), $2 age 5-11, free for members, Edinboro University students & anyone under age 5 // 734-6699 // goodellgardens.org