Here Comes Trouble!
- June 26, 2012
- on 6/26/2012
- MoJo: want2dish
Submitted by citizen journalist Ashley Birdsell
Uh oh, watch out…here comes trouble! Bringing musical fun to the Summerfest Family Theatre series is Here Comes Trouble, a Washington DC-based “kindie” rock band that stomps and chomps its way through a variety of genres, from funk to punk and from rockabilly to rock and roll. The group’s founding members, husband and wife duo Jon Babu and Kelly Donohue, met while both were working toward getting music degrees from New England Conservatory of Music. Later in life, spurred by the lack of entertainment options for their son’s birthday party, Jon and Kelly combined their conservatory training with their love of all things wacky and silly, and Here Comes Trouble has been rocking the DC area ever since. This performance is scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 28, in the Baker Park Bandshell.
All Summerfest Family Theatre performances are free to the public, but the Summerfest Family Theatre Committee encourages you to bring a canned food item in lieu of admission. All items collected benefit the Frederick Food Bank.
The performance is weather permitting, in the event of inclement weather please visit www.celebratefrederick.com for news of event cancellations. Decisions regarding weather are made approximately by 10 a.m.; therefore if weather is inclement at this time, please visit our website.
The series would not be possible without the generous support of our corporate sponsors. The 2012 Spires Level Sponsors are Bechtel Group Foundation and Spectrum Federal Credit Union. The 2012 Carillon Sponsors are Comcast, COMSTAR Federal Credit Union, Sandy Spring Bank, Weis Markets, and 99.9 WFRE/930 WFMD. The 2012 Bandshell Level Sponsors are Clym Environmental Services, The Frederick News Post, Mount Saint Mary’s University in Frederick, The Plamondon Companies, and WHAG.
The partnership between the City of Frederick, Celebrate Frederick, Inc., the event volunteers, and the generosity of the business community enables the Frederick community to enjoy a quality of life that is unmatched by any other city. For more information, please contact the City of Frederick Office of Special Events at (301) 600-CITY (2489) or visit our website www.CelebrateFrederick.com.
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