HAMPSTEAD – Long-time fan favorite of Hampstead music lovers, The Don Campbell Band, will return to the stage at Meetinghouse Park on Tues., July 20 at 6:00 p.m. The group has performed in the park for many years with return visits during the Christmas season for holiday concerts. Don is a contemporary country crossover and folk-rock singer/songwriter. His singing is often compared to Dan Fogelberg, Vince Gill and Chris Isaak. Based out of New England the five-piece musical group has opened for Carrie Underwood, Charlie Daniels, Keith Urban and Merle Haggard. All concerts are made possible by Hampstead Cable Television. Blankets, chairs, and picnic lunches are welcome. Leashed dogs are allowed on the perimeter of the park. Moo’s delicious homemade ice cream will be on hand to sell their treats. Financial donations are being accepted at the concerts for the local non-profit, Rescue Pups, based in Stratham, which rescues dogs and trains them to be comfort dogs for veterans and first responders all around New England who are dealing with post-traumatic stress, anxiety, and other service-connected challenges. Rain venue is Hampstead Middle School at 28 School Street.
Children of all ages enjoy the stories, songs, and antics of Steve Blunt and his band. Ordway Park welcomes him back Wed., July 21 at 6:00 p.m. Steve is a popular singer-songwriter and storyteller in the New England area where he performs in schools, libraries, and outdoor concerts. The free concert is presented by Hampstead Cable Television. Ordway Park is located at the intersection of Main Street (Route 121) and Depot Road. There will be police on-site to assist with parking. Rain venue is Hampstead Middle School, 28 School Street.
For additional information, call 603-560-5069.