Hard Day's Night will open the Delphos Rotary Club's 2018 Music in the Park Series on June 10. (Submitted photo)
Hard Day's Night will open the Delphos Rotary Club's 2018 Music in the Park Series on June 10. (Submitted photo)
DELPHOS — The Delphos Rotary Club has announced the lineup for the 2018 Music in the Park series.

All concerts are held in the Hanser Family Pavilion and begin at 6 p.m. with concessions provided by local church groups, civic groups and other organizations beginning at 5:30 p.m.

The series open on June 10 with the Hard Day’s Night at 6 p.m. Since 1996, Hard Day’s Night has been entertaining Beatles fans across the country. Hailing from the rock ‘n’ roll city of Cleveland, Hard Day’s Night is rated among the top national Beatles tribute groups performing today. The band focuses on performing songs exactly as the Beatles themselves did: four musicians onstage in character at John, Paul, George and Ringo.

Kaitlyn Schmidt and the Move on June 24 is a couple dudes and a chick that like to party and rock ‘n’ roll. They are a variety band, playing music of all sorts: Country, pop, 90s, R&B and just a dash of rock ‘n’ roll.

Jimmy Buffet fans will rejoice with the Parrots of the Caribbean on July 8. The quintet of fine seasoned players hailing from Dayton salute the music and lifestyle of Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reef Band. They are fun, exciting and entertaining for any age group.

Long Time Gone will take the Hanser Pavilion on July 22. Long Time Gone is the sound and feel of an era in American music that we shall never know again. From the precision and subtleties of the vocal harmonies to the drive of the rockin’ band, you will experience the passion and tenderness of the songs of David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young from the peak of their careers. It is a band that will truly satisfy any audience whether they are die-hard fans or just newly introduced.

Swingmania will take the stage on Aug. 5. Swingmania is a dedicated group of talented Toledo-area musicians whose goal is to entertain the widest possible audience, whether they’re accustomed to the “Big Band Swing Sound” or not. They achieve this goal by projecting their enthusiasm for this music into the audience. The audience responds to this communication from the band in a very positive manner. From Benny Goodman’s “Sing Sing Sing” to Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York,” this band performs more than 2,000 arrangements. They play music by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Harry James, Gene Krupa, Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Les Brown, Ray Anthony, Artie Shaw and many more.

Relive old Vegas — Frank and Dean — and then some with The Rat Pack on Aug. 19 at Stadium Park. “Frank and Dean” capture the fun, the jokes and the timeless music of the Rat Pack from Frank’s “Fly Me To The Moon” to Dino’s “That’s Amore.” They also celebrate the music of Bobby Darin, Joe Cocker, Elvis, The Blue Brothers, Michael Buble, Neil Diamond and more.

The Music in the Park series is underwritten by an Arnold C. Dienstberger Foundation Grant and many other community sponsors.

Concert and free and open to the public.