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Sister Hazel to play free show Wednesday in Reading

Jul 18, 2017 • by Downtown Alive
Sister Hazel

Sister Hazel, a five-man band from Gainesville, Fla., began their career with chart-topping hit “All for You” and has since released 13 albums throughout the last 20 years. Whether the record is country, Southern rock, pop or alternative, Sister Hazel repeatedly produces music that correlates with “who we are, where we’ve been and where we’re going.”

Their music has been featured in numerous movies and TV shows.

They will play the third show of this year’s free Downtown Alive outdoor concert series (rain or shine) on Wednesday, July 19 at 5 p.m. in the 500 block of Penn Street. Enjoy a restaurant downtown before or after the show, or patronize the food and beer vendors that will be set up in the block.

Go to www.DowntownAliveReading.com for complete info.

All concerts are at 5 p.m. in the 500 block of Penn Street:

July 19: Sister Hazel

August 16: The Griswolds

August 30: 24 Horas, George Lamond & Funk Salsa Urban

Brought to you by Weidenhammer, Berks County Community Foundation, Santander Arena, Reading Downtown Improvement District, DoubleTree By Hilton Reading, Savage 61 Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, and Centro Hispano.

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