TOPEKA, Kan.(KSNT)- The afternoon will be alive with the big band sounds of the Kings of Swing, Sunday, Sept. 21 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in the Penwell-Gabel Cemetery & Mausoleum at Sixth and Gage.
Bring your lawn chairs and spend a relaxing afternoon enjoying the music of the Kings of Swing, Topeka’s 15-piece big band, as they play hits from the 1940’s, ’50’s and ’60s- the Golden Age of Swing. The concert is sponsored by Penwell-Gabel Cemetery & Mausoleum and is free and open to the public.
The band will play in the natural amphitheater northeast of the Reflection Pond. Attendees are encouraged to dance on the dance floor located at the front of the stage. Swing lessons will take place during intermission. Sheridan’s Frozen Custard and Pluto’s Popcorn will be on hand selling their treats.