The Inca Band Saturday concert moved to Riverview Park – The Record Online
LOCK HAVEN, PA – It turns out that Lock Haven’s last summer concert on the city’s floating stage has moved to Woodward Township. City Hall announced Friday that the Inca Band appearance on Saturday will be moved from the Corman Amphitheater along the Susquehanna to Riverview Park in Woodward Township, across the river from Lock Haven. .
Heavy midweek rains from Tropical Storm Fred put the river level too high to access the floating stage. Instead, the concert will be held at Riverview Park starting at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Led by Edgardo Cintron, this group of excellent and seasoned musicians pay homage to one of the most influential guitarists the music industry and the world have ever known, Carlos Santana.
Starting 40 years ago at Woodstock and later 8 Grammys, Carlos Santana put Latin rock, Latin funk, and Latin jazz at the forefront of the music industry.
Her music with songs like “Oye Como Va”, “Evil Ways”, “Black Magic Woman” and currently “Smooth” and “Maria Maria” captivate audiences young and old and still cause a sensation in the music industry today. ‘hui.
Percussionist Edgardo Cintron is known as much for his affable personality and generous spirit as for his tasty musicality. Born August 28, 1958 in Fort Riley, Kansas, he attributes his musical influences to his father, Pablo, who played guitar in the American military orchestra, but also to Charlie Parker, Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana and Tito Puente. At the age of five, Edgardo was studying French horn and guitar, and later percussion, all under his father’s direction.
Moving the family to the east coast in 1962, the elder Cintron formed his own group, Los Tropicales. At the age of twelve, Edgardo had the percussion chair. He traveled along the coast with the band, performing in hotels and Latin dances, working with such notable musicians as Yomo Toro and Maso Rivera. After serving in the military, Edgardo formed his own group of twelve musicians, the Tiempo Noventa Orchestra, performing at numerous festivals and releasing three CDs. In addition to Inca, Edgardo conducts the Latin pop orchestra, “Cintron”.
For more information on Inca Band, visit https://incaband.wixsite.com/incaband or find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Incabandtributetosantana/ and come and enjoy the talented Inca Band in a performance unforgettable Santana’s Music on Saturday August 21!
While the committee is delighted to offer these free concerts this summer, residents must remain vigilant in the face of the threat of COVID-19. To successfully continue the summer concert series, residents and guests are urged to follow CDC and DOH guidelines to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. To this end, the city will provide hand washing stations at each of the summer concerts. Anyone who shows symptoms of COVID-19 or is part of a higher risk population is encouraged to keep their health and that of their fellow citizens as their primary concern and not to attend.
The City of Lock Haven Summer Concert Series 2021 is sponsored by Bear Country Radio WQBR, Lock Haven Express, The Record, Clinton County, Clinton County Arts Council, Clinton County Community Foundation, Clinton County Economic Partnership & Visitor’s Bureau, Terrapin, Avis Building Supply, Bechdel Plumbing & HVAC, Cross Life Ventures, Curt’s Smokin Ribs, Dotterer Equipment Inc., First Quality, Horizon Federal Credit Union, Kliney’s Home Furnishings, Lock Haven Eagles Aerie # 4298, Mid-Atlantic Marketing Group, Miller Brother’s Auto Sales, Muncy Bank & Trust Company, Pizza City, River Valley Internet, Sweet Dreams Groom & Board, UPMC Lock Haven, Weis Markets