7 Bridges

7 Bridges Returns to Garfield Park

7 Bridges returns to Garfield Park MacAllister Amphitheater for free concert.
Donations will benefit STARS youth program .

Back by popular demand, the tribute band 7 Bridges, The Ultimate Eagles Experience, will again take the MacAllister Amphitheater stage during “An Evening at the Mac” at Garfield Park Sunday, Sept. 2 at 7 p.m.

Presented by Friends of Garfield Park, Indy Parks and Recreation and OneAmerica and in partnership with Gateway Community Alliance, the event will also feature fireworks after the concert. A variety of food and beer will be available for purchase from food trucks and a Bud Light beer tent starting at 6 p.m., when gates open.

Admission is free, but donations will benefit Friends of Garfield Park’s 2019 STARS Youth program.

The STARS program (Strength Through Activity, Responsibility and Service) includes swimming, baseball and softball, tennis and karate offerings.

“The young people the STARS program serves come from one of the most economically challenged areas in Marion County,” said Lynda Burrello, president, Friends of Garfield Park. “Supporting the STARS program provides children with sports opportunities focusing on teamwork and exercise.”

“An Evening at the Mac” is presented by OneAmerica and supported by University of Indianapolis, Tesco, The Hagerman Group, PNC Bank, Joe Lackner – Doug Dilling Team of United Real Estate, MacAllister Machinery Company, Tube Processing Corporation and Bud Light.

About Indy Parks and Recreation
Indy Parks connects communities by providing places and experiences that inspire healthy living, social engagement, and a love of nature. We offer 210 Parks, 11,254 acres, 125 playgrounds, 155 sports fields,135 miles of trails, 23 recreation and nature centers, 18 aquatic facilities, 13 golf courses, and four dog parks.

About Friends of Garfield Park
Friends of Garfield Park is a 501(c)(3), incorporated in 1998 with a mission to ensure the preservation and continuation of the public benefits of Garfield Park through enhanced funding, the application of effective advocacy, and expanded stewardship. For more information about the STARS program, visit https://garfieldparkindy.org/garfield-stars/.

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