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Art and Music in the Park

Friday, Sept. 12
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Lake Concord Park
95 Triplet Lake Drive
Casselberry, FL
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Art & Music in the Park and 
The Food Truck Bazaar


With September being Hispanic Heritage Month, the City of Casselberry has invited Michael Petrovich to perform at the free Art & Music in the Park and The 
Food Truck Bazaar (thefoodtruckbazaar.com)
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 12 at Lake Concord
Park, 95 Triplet Lake Drive (behind Casselberry City Hall).


Great Latin guitar sounds will be provided by Michael Petrovich and Band. Michael’s influences are guitar greats such as Strunz & Farah, Paco de Lucia, Pat Metheny, Jesse Cook and Carlos Santana.

While listening to the music, you’ll be able to stroll through the park and shop at more than 20 local business and artisan booths selling unique jewelry, photography, ceramics and paintings.


You won’t go hungry as m
ore than 15 gourmet food trucks from The Food Truck Bazaar will offer delicious culinary delights that range from flatbread pizzas to empanadas. 

Bring your own chairs, tables, blankets and enjoy an incredible evening with free entertainment and parking.
The Casselberry Art & Music in the Park and Food Truck Bazaar is held the second Friday of each month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Lake Concord Park.

Just a few weeks later, the City of Casselberry will continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Latin Jazz and Art Festival on Saturday, Sept. 27, with jazz fusion guitarist Marc Antoine headlining. There also will be a variety of Latin dancing, food vendors and several art exhibits. C
all (407) 262-7700, ext. 1507.

The Food Truck Bazaar
The Food Truck Bazaar
There is something for everyone!


 

 

 









































































































  

 
































































































































































 












































































































  





















































































































  




























  



























 



















  
















































































 





























































































 













 

 

 




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