Saturdays in the Park concerts in Quincy will begin in August

QUINCY – After a successful run in 2021, bringing almost 400 people to Safford Park, Saturdays concerts in the park will return on August 6.

“It attracted residents from all over the city who are interested in music and part of the community. It went really well, so we decided to keep it running for a third year,” Walter said. Hubley, co-founder of the Wollaston Hill Neighborhood Association. .

Spanning all four Saturdays in August, the series will feature two musical acts for each day, performing from 3-8 p.m.

Hubley said he was excited for the first act, The Sprints, on August 6. The Sprints are local teens who performed at the association’s PorchFest event.

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“We are very happy to have them back. They just keep getting better,” said Walter Hubley.

He said he expects The Tokyo Tramps, slated for the second act on August 6, to bring his strong stage presence and audience engagement. The Gypsy Moths will perform on August 20; its members are from Quincy. The band recently hit No. 2 on Connecticut’s alt-rock radio charts.

Walter Hubley and Kathy Hubley, a member of the Quincy school board and co-founder of the association, combined their passions for music and community development to start running Saturdays in the park.

“It’s an opportunity for neighbors and visitors to come together and get to know each other through a shared musical experience,” said Walter Hubley.

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The 3rd Annual Quincy All-Quartier Corn Hole Tournament will add a touch of friendly competition to the August 27 festivities. Walter Hubley said people from Quincy, not just Wollaston Hill, are encouraged to participate in the tournament.

Craig’s Cafe will sell traditional baked goods including burgers, hot dogs and grilled chicken sandwiches. There will also be local craft beer, wine, seltzer water and non-alcoholic options.

The concerts are free. There is a $20 entry fee for teams participating in the Corn Hole Tournament. Proceeds are used to purchase winners’ trophies.

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