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The Bristol Community Events Committee Community
 4th of July Weekend:
FIREWORKS – Saturday July 2nd, at dusk. (Rain Date July 3rd ) Fireworks will be set off from a barge on Newfound Lake, near the Town Beach. Details for parking and road closures will be posted on www.townofbris-
Bristol’s Kelley Park is the place to be as the Summer Con- cert Series gets underway in Kelley Park in July. These free Summer Concerts bring people of all ages together on Thursday nights in July and August to enjoy and celebrate some great local music. The concerts, which are coordinated by the Bristol Com- munity Events Committee, will be held from 6:30 – 8:00 pm in the Kelley Park Concert Pavilion.
The concert schedule for 2022 is as follows:
· July 7 — Morgan-Nelson Band... With notes from coun- try, folk and bluegrass, these art- ists have a passion for performing and are going to wow Bristol!
· July 14 — Dancing Under the Stars NH... Come cheer for and vote on your favorite local
PARADE on Monday, July
begin Thursday July 7th – see list of bands in accompanying article NATIONAL NIGHT OUT – Tuesday, August 2nd in Kelley
BRISTOL OLD HOME DAY – Saturday, August 27th in Kelley Park
2022 Summer Brochures will be available by Memorial Day weekend. Pick up your copy at a location around town including: Town Offices, Minot-Sleeper Li- brary, Visitor Information Booth and TTCC.
If you would like more infor-
mation about the committee, or our events, you can contact us through the Town Offices (744- 3354 X136) or via email at bris- You can also contact the Tapply Thomp- son Community Center at 603- 744-2713.
Honey’s... Rooted in folk tradi- tion, this local band will impress you with their vocal harmonies and acoustic instrument talents!
· August 25 – The Eric Grant Band... This award-winning band has taken the country music scene by storm—featured as a supporting act for national country greats like Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw and more! We are excited to bring them to Bristol!
In case of inclement weather, the concerts will be moved in- doors to the Historic Town Hall at 45 Summer Street. A decision to move or cancel the Concert may be made as early as 2:00 pm on the day of the concert, depending on how far the band needs to travel. Check the web- sites and Facebook page for any updates on concert days.
4th, 10:00 am This year’s theme is “Celebrate Country Living!” Registration form and guidelines at town offices, TTCC or online at
 celebrities as they take to the stage in a fun night of dancing competition to benefit Voices Against Violence. (Rain date is July 22nd)
· July 21 — Uncle Steve Band...Unique rock, soul, and blues – some well-known, some home-grown – by a local favorite band!
· July 28 — Sixties Invasion... This fabulous show band will entertain you with all the great music of the 1960’s—a real flash back!
· TUESDAY AUGUST 2nd – Join us tonight for NATIONAL NIGHT OUT featuring music with Carroll Brown, kids activi-
ties, a BBQ, and more!
· August 5 —Club Soda Band... Playing the “best of” and “top 40” hits from the 50’s to today!
· August 11 – NO CON- CERT... please support the Bris- tol Rotary Club Penny Sale
· August 18 – The Starlight
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