Port Royal Summer Music on the Street Series debuts with an awesome evening

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Photo above: Tailgating Port Royal style.

By Bob Sofaly

The summer series of Port Royal’s Street Music on Paris Avenue kicked off last week with yet another night of perfect weather and great music provided by Shelly Waters and her band.

“This is the 17th series and the 65th concert we’ve had since 2007” said Port Royal Town Councilman Joe Lee. “The crowds have been super for every event, and we’ve had every kind of music imaginable” he said. Lee also said the many “regulars” come to the popular outdoor events even if they didn’t like that kind of music. “They just come out and have a good time…and it’s free” he added.

From left: Shelly Waters Band knocked another concert “out of the park” Saturday night; Many concert goers also bring their dogs. Here, Port Royal resident Martha Chaplin sits with her eight-year-old Yorkie, Tootsi; Gary and Shirley Noble start the dancing Saturday in Port Royal; Some of the laid back crowd gathered for the summer kickoff concert on Paris Avenue; Jeremy Hayden of JBH Entertainment keeps the music mixed just right.

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