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Art and Music in the Park and The Food Truck Bazaar

           
          
Fri., July 14
              
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Lake Concord Park
95 Triplet Lake Drive.
Casselberry, FL 32707

General parking available at the Home Depot parking lot and Target parking lot.

Disabled parking and drop-off is  available at the Casselberry Art House (127 Quail Pond Circle), and in front in of Casselberry Police Department (4195 S UJS Hwy 17-92).

 
             
            
           
           
                    
      

Food Truck Bazaar

Come join us for live entertainment performed by GT's Jam Campaign Band at the June Art & Music in the Park and Food Truck Bazaar 

GT, a lifelong Floridian, brings his brand of original music to Lake Concord Park for what is sure to be a listener friendly experience. Vivid imagery and thought provoking lyrics dominate the body of work GT has collected as a songwriter. His work has been featured in independent films, as well as recorded by a handful of Central Florida acts. Don't miss this opportunity to experience one of the area's most genuine artists.


While listening to the music, you’ll be able to stroll through the park and shop at more than 20 local businesses and artisan booths selling jewelry, photography, paintings, and an assortment of other unique gifts and services. 

Also, you won’t go hungry as more than 12 gourmet food trucks from The Food Truck Bazaar will offer delicious culinary delights that range from savory to sweet to spicy and everything in between. 

Disabled parking and drop-off is next to the Casselberry Art House (127 Quail Pond Circle) and the front of the Casselberry Police Department (4195 S US Hwy 17-92).  General parking is located at the parking lots of Home Depot and Target.

The Casselberry Art & Music in the Park and Food Truck Bazaar is held the second Friday of each month from 6 – 9 p.m. at Lake Concord Park. 

For more information, email Lynn Hoppes at
or call (407) 262-7700, ext. 1507.

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



  

 

 

 







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