With the exception of the first performance, all concerts will be at the Berkeley Springs State Park on Saturday evenings starting at 5:30 p.m. All concerts are free.
July 8 - Randy Barrett at Cacapon State Park.
July 15 - Drumtalk 39. Romero Wyatt and the Coyaba African drummers and dancers showcase a variety of drumming and dancing styles including Afro-Cuban, West African, Latin drum techniques and American stick drumming.
July 22 - Hula Monsters, a five-person swing band, generates rockabilly, jazz, blues and Hawaiian music with Hawaiian flair.
July 29 - The Percolators. The five-member group offers traditional and contemporary fiddle tunes from American and Celtic traditions.
Aug. 5 - Deni Bonet. Bonet is a singer-songwriter and violinist who performs folk-rock-style music.
Aug. 12 - Hillbilly Idol. An Ohio-based trio performs original songs in western swing, honky-tonk and bluegrass styles.
Aug. 19 -Rosie Ledet and the Zydeco Playboys. Rosie Ledet fronts the four-man zydeco band, playing traditional Creole tunes, R&B and a touch of country music.
Aug. 26 - The Eric Byrd Trio. Modern jazz piano trio performs standard compositions and original work.
If you go ...
WHAT: Summer Concerts in the Park
WHEN: 5:30 p.m. every Saturday, July 8 through Aug. 26
WHERE: Berkeley Springs State Park, Berkeley Springs, W.Va. The first concert is at Cacapon State Park
DIRECTIONS: To Cacapon State Park: Take Interstate 70 west to Hancock. Take U.S. 522 south toward Berkeley Springs. The park is nine miles south of Berkeley Springs.
To Berkeley Springs State Park: Also take Interstate 70 and merge onto U.S. 522 south. The park is six miles south on U.S. 522.
MORE: For more information call 1-304-258-2300 or go to www.macicehouse.org.