Summer concerts Back to Parsippany

Since 2006, Provident Bank has continued to support the Canton and the many events and programs produced for the benefit of the community. “It’s a pleasure to see our customers attend the concerts, have fun and be at the park at these events that we love,” said Ylka Padilla, Market Manager for Provident Bank. “We’re a community bank and we want to be present in the community and make sure we’re there for the people we serve.

PARSIPPANY – After a year of canceled and postponed events, the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills is pleased to announce the return of summer concerts at Veterans Park.

While there will only be two performances this year, the Township is excited to bring back this basic outdoor summer celebration at no cost to residents.

“This outdoor concert series brings us back to some normalcy,” said Joe Plescia, Superintendent of Recreation at Parsippany. “It brings people back to the park and brings people together that they may not have seen for over a year in some cases. It is so important to remind people that they are part of this wonderful community.

This Thursday, July 15 at 7:30 p.m., Parsippany welcomes Morris County favorites Street Hassle to Veterans Park, playing classic rock to today’s hits, with a full brass section and an incredible live performance that is sure to get the ball rolling. the public. These shows are sponsored by the Provident Bank. “I know I’m not the only one who thinks this year’s Independence Day concert and fireworks display was a long-awaited celebration that our city needed,” Mayor Soriano said. “I want our residents to be able to share in the joys of living here and be proud of all their continued efforts to ensure their safety and that of their loved ones after a year and a half of uncertainty. We all knew that moment would come, and it’s finally here.

These shows will be presented at no cost to residents thanks to a large donation from Provident Bank, a long-time supporter of the township’s outdoor concert series. “Provident has been involved for as long as I can remember,” Plescia said.

“We can’t thank them enough for their generous support for so many years, it really made a difference. Spectators are encouraged to continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and wash their hands frequently, even if they have been vaccinated. Health officials across the country still recommend, with highly transmissible variants continuing to spread across the country, that it is up to everyone to protect themselves even during the outdoor festivities this summer.

“I think our township continues to show through data that we are exceeding expectations in response to this pandemic,” said Mayor Soriano. “With vaccination rates hovering around 70% of eligible beneficiaries and with outbreaks of new cases remaining low, the residents of Parsippany clearly take their health and safety seriously, and we all deserve to get back to life as we do. we are used to. “

For more information on the Summer Concert Series, please contact the Parsippany Recreation Department at [email protected], or call (973) 263-7257.



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