Here's the FREE Levitt AMP Utica concert lineup for Monday, July 1st. Pack a picnic, bring a lawn chair and join us for this (free) family-friendly event!

The free Levitt AMP Utica Summer Concert Series starts at 6 pm. On Monday, July 1, in Kopernik Park, located at 317 Genessee Street (stage in DeSales parking lot) in Utica.

Features of all concerts:
• FREE
• no alcohol
• no smoking at the park (people need to do so 25 feet away)
• family -friendly
• bring your own chairs or blankets

Other features:
• Weekly sponsor is Express Employment Solutions
• The Kids Art Circle will feature Angela Johnson from BB Designs making 4th of July bracelets with the kids
• Fun for kids including chalk, jump ropes, hula hoops, bubbles and more
• Food trucks

Rain Date location will be the Dorothy Smith Center for Advocacy at RCIL - 1607 Genesee Street

Opener: Annie In The Water

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Annie in the Water’s music is a groovy combination of Rock, Reggae, Funk, Blues and Jamstyle written with a conscious dose of positive vibes, unique melodies and heart-felt lyrics rooted in real-life experiences. With the ability to fill an entire night with original music and also render well-known covers into a signature style, fans share extraordinary experiences that can’t be seen anywhere else.

Intermission Act: Johnny Calabrese and Julianna Clemente

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Hear Proctor H.S. students Johnny Calabrese and Julianna Clemente during intermission.

Headliner: Paa Kow

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Paa Kow (pronounced Pah-Ko), originally from West Africa, now from Colorado
World music is coming to the Levitt AMP stage!

Having toured internationally, sharing stages with both African and American luminaries, Ghana-born drummer and composer, Paa Kow is dubbed “Ghana’s most artistic drummer”, playing on a custom, traditionally inspired Ghanaian drum set that is the only one of its kind in the world.

Tune in to 96.1 The Eagle, Mondays at 2:20 for the Levitt AMP Utica Mondy Minute with Cindy McMullen as she'll give you official updates and weather information for the show.