The Daily Star
---- — The second Chenango Summer Jam, presented by the Chenango Blues Association, will offer 10 hours of free musical entertainment in East Side Park on Aug. 3. Courtesy of Preferred Mutual Insurance and the State University College of Agriculture and Technology at Morrisville as sponsors and with the support of the Greater Norwich Foundation and R. C. Smith Foundation, the public will be welcome to to the park from noon until 10 p.m. to hear a variety of bands for free.
This year’s event is being headlined by Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad for the second year in a row. According to a media release, the band’s psychedelic roots reggae album, “In These Times,” made iTunes’ “Best of 2012” list.
Also in the lineup will be the Cris Jacobs Band, and Flow Tribes, which lists its musical genre as punk/rock/psychedelic/blues.
Also in the lineup is Conehead Buddha, which has been performing throughout the Northeast.
Opening up the show will be the Waydown Wailers, which plays swamp rock, blues and jam with a twist of Americana.
Attendees should bring their lawn chairs and blankets and may bring their own food and beverages. Alcohol is not allowed in the park.
For more information, visit chenangosummerjam.org