MILFORD, PA. _ Milford Pennsylvania’s Music in the Park presents its final summer concert in Ann Street Park on Sunday, Sept. 15, from 1-4 p.m.


The concert features a blues-rock extravaganza with Scott Weis & John’s Bendy’s Guitarmegeddon and special guests The Outcrops.


Scott Weis and John Bendy are local artists with a long train of credits in the world of blues-rock. The Scott Weis Band recorded six studio albums and was voted one of Pennsylvania’s best bands by Shinbone magazine. John Bendy is a protege of blues masters Bill Perry and Popa Chubby. He embarks on a tour with his band Hipster Assassins the end of September. Scott and John are currently resident luthier-technicians at Waterwheel Guitars, a guitar and amp boutique in Milford. The home of the twenty-years-running Thursday night blues jam is a few steps away at The Waterwheel Cafe, Bakery and Bar.


The Outcrops are one of the hottest young bands in the region. They perform pure Americana blues-rock with an alluring, soulful style. Their first, soon-to-be-released, studio album was produced and recorded by legendary music artist and producer Timothy Carbone of Railroad Earth.


This is a free, family-friendly concert due to a grant from The Greater Pike Community Foundation & Richard Snyder Fund and our sponsors including: Waterwheel Guitars, Teslicko Enterprises, Waterwheel Cafe Bakery & Bar, Davis R. Chant Realtors, The Arlene Quirk Team at Keller Williams Real Estate, Cenci Chiropractic, Bar Louis at the Hotel Fauchere, The Frisky Goat Coffee House, Jen Murphy’s Studio, and the Milford Borough Parks and Recreation Committee. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will move to The Studio at 113 West Harford St. in Milford.


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Nestled in the heart of Milford, Ann Street Park is a short walk to dozens of independently owned shops, restaurants, bars, deli’s, art galleries, cafes & coffee shops, and our local farmers market. National touring/recording artists such as Caitlin Canty & grammy award winner Noam Pikelny (Punch Brothers, Leftover Salmon), Heather Maloney, and Smithsonian Folkways recording artists Lula Wiles graced its gazebo stage in recent years. The concerts are family- friendly with play equipment, swings, and plenty of space to spread out and run around. Attendees can bring a picnic, beverage, and chair and come hear some great music in a relaxed, beautiful setting.