Music in the Park: Entertainment Through the Ages
(WASHINGTON, Ark.) — Historic Washington State Park is excited to announce its annual summer concert series, Music in the Park, with the theme “Music of Entertainment”. The park will host free concerts on the 1874 Courthouse lawn throughout June, July, and August.
Enjoy the Timeless Pleasure of Music
Music has always been a beloved source of leisure and entertainment. In the 19th century, the residents of Washington indulged in a variety of musical performances, ranging from piano solos to marching bands. Today, you have the opportunity to relive those magical evenings of musical entertainment at Historic Washington State Park.
Final Performance: Zirconium Quartet
On Saturday, August 19, Zirconium Quartet, an award-winning vocal male quartet from the Little Rock area, will take the stage for the grand finale of the summer concert series. Their expertise lies in music and entertainment, making them the perfect fit for this year’s lineup. Barbershop quartets, like Zirconium Quartet, emerged as a popular form of entertainment in the late 19th century. Find out more about Zirconium Quartet on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/zirconiumquartet.
Make sure to bring your own lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on as you enjoy the concert. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and you can also visit the gift shop for refreshments until 8:30 p.m.
Discover Historic Washington State Park
Historic Washington State Park
Historic Washington State Park, located in Washington, Arkansas, invites you to step back in time and experience life in the 19th century. The park is open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on Mondays. Explore over 15 historic sites and museums, including the B.W. Edwards Weapons Museum and Blacksmith Shop. To learn more about Historic Washington State Park, visit HistoricWashingtonStatePark.com or call 870-983-2684.
About Arkansas State Parks
Arkansas State Parks, a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism, encompasses 55,006 acres of awe-inspiring natural landscapes, historic sites, and recreational facilities. Since their establishment in 1923, Arkansas State Parks have been dedicated to preserving these cherished places for future generations. They offer opportunities for outdoor recreation, education, and promote tourism, while also leading in the conservation of resources. Connect with Arkansas State Parks on social media and visit ArkansasStateParks.com to learn more.
Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism
With the aim of safeguarding and promoting our state’s natural, cultural, and historical assets, the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism plays a vital role in maintaining a thriving economy and high quality of life. Comprising three divisions—Arkansas State Parks, Arkansas Heritage, and Arkansas Tourism—the department strives to enhance the beauty and significance of Arkansas.