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The Carroll Park Kids’ Concert Series kicks off with Astrograss at 4 p.m., June 14.

This series of free concerts, featuring bands suitable for the whole family, returns this year with four exciting performances and lots of outdoor community fun.

Astrograss offers a unique blend of bluegrass, old−timey music and down−home humor. Their concerts feature sing−a−longs, dance contests and high−energy fiddle hoedowns.

There will be food and crafts from 3:30−5:30 p.m., and music begins at 4.

Come with some pocket money for crafts, treats and raffle prizes. The series will include more food, fun and even a chance to win big prizes, including a family photo session and Manhattan Date night and other prizes.

Get your tickets now at Body Elite Gym, 348 Court Street, or on show day at the park. Each show ends with a big raffle; check www.carrollparkbrooklyn.org⁄raffle for more details.

With Simmi Degnemark once again at the helm, the series will also bring Audra Rox (July 15), Starfish (July 29), and Putumayo Kids celebrating a CD release (August 8).

All concerts take place in front of the monument in Carroll Park, shine only. All proceeds benefit the Committee to Improve Carroll Park.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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