(Cherry Hill, NJ) – The Board of Commissioners will continue its Sundown Music and Twilight Concert series with free performances this week. On Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m., the Board will present a concert at McLaughlin Norcross Memorial Dell featuring Cloudbelly and Travel Lanes. On Thursday, at 8 p.m., Opera Philadelphia will perform at the Jack Curtis Stadium in Cooper River Park.
Wednesday’s concert will open with a performance by Cloudbelly, a group founded in 2021 by Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter Corey Laitman and Grammy-nominated instrumentalist and producer Anand Nayak. Philadelphia alternative rock band Travel Lanes will then follow up Cloudbelly’s performance. Travel Lanes has released several well-received EPs and has frequently performed throughout Camden County.
On Thursday, Opera Philadelphia will present a full performance of Amahl and the Night Visitors and other holiday classics for its Christmas in July concert. The performance will be directed by Collingswood-native Chorus Master Elizabeth Braden.
“These free concerts are part of our commitment to foster a vibrant cultural scene here in Camden County,” said Commissioner Ed McDonnell, liaison to the Department of Events and Community Outreach. “We want to make quality entertainment accessible to everyone in our community. These concerts will not only do that, but also showcase all the incredible talent we have here in South Jersey.”
Admission is entirely free, and all are welcome to attend.