Niagara Gazette


July 13, 2014

Blue Mondays concert series returns to Hennepin Park Gazebo

Niagara Gazette — It all begins tonight — a chance to experience blues at its finest in the intimate, outdoor concert setting of Hennepin Park Gazebo in Lewiston.  

Recipient of Blues Beat Magazine’s prestigious “Muddy” Award, Blue Monday is back for its 20th year. A popular blues venue in Western New York, Blue Monday attracts a faithful following of blues lovers from all over the region.

The Lewiston Council on the Arts is a member of Cross Border Blues (

The gazebo is located at 4th and Center streets in the village. Shows run from 7 to 9 p.m. This year's lineup:

• TODAY: Steve Burnside and the Original Marquis  

• JULY 21: Dave Constantino Band

• JULY 28: Chicago Blues Connection

• AUG. 4: The Rod Nickson Project

• AUG. 11: Marsha McWilson

• AUG. 18: Tommy Z Band  



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