Kendall to host free country concert

The Sheriff & the Outlaw will perform in Kendall. (Contributed photo)

A free community concert at Kendall’s Central Park will be offered at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 18.

In addition to the music, everyone will be treated to Culver’s sundaes, compliments of Culver’s.

The musical group The Sheriff & the Outlaw will bring their Nashville-style show to Kendall. Jeff Lombardo and Doug Ross bring “country to town” featuring their own Americana-flavored originals and classic country covers. The band is from the Mount Horeb, Wis., area.

Attendees should bring their own lawn chairs.

This event is sponsored by the Kendall Area Arts and Culture Organization and the Kendall Lions Club. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be moved to the Kendall Community Hall.

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