The 2021 edition of the annual summer music festival at Saint Cloud's Eastman Park at Lake George picks back up tonight at 5 pm, featuring the Killer Vees playing their killer show: "I Am, He Said" - a Celebration of Neil Diamond.

The music series, sponsored by the Saint Cloud Rotary Club, will be celebrating its 10th season this summer every Wednesday night through September 1st.

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Thirsty for a cold adult beverage. They've got you covered at the Eastman Tavern beer garden. Each night they'll be offering Coors Light, along with a collection of craft beers, wine, and snacks.

Live music, fresh BBQ, and a cold beer might not be enough to keep your little ones entertained -- but they will love the Little George Town area at the park each week. The area features arts, crafts, and physical activities -- free and fully staffed by volunteers.

The fun runs from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm each week, and the featured acts will take the stage at 6:30 pm.

2021 Summertime By George Remaining Lineups

July 7th

  • The Killer Vees Present I Am, He Said: A Celebration of Neil Diamond (6:30-9 pm)
  • Southbound (Starts at 5 pm)

July 14th

  • GB Leighton (6:30-9 pm)
  • Pandemic (Starst at 5 pm)

July 21st

  • Transit Authority Presents The Music of Chicago (6:30-9 pm)
  • Going to the Sun (Starts at 5 pm)

July 28th

  • Pamela Helmer McNeill Productions Present Rumours and Dreams: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute (6:30-9 pm)
  • Stone Road (Starts at 5 pm)

August 4th

  • The Killer Vees Present Killer Country (6:30-9 pm)
  • Andy Austin (Starts at 5 pm)

August 11th

  • Collective Unconscious (6:30-9 pm)
  • BLT (5 pm)

August 18th

  • Michael Shynes (6:30-9pm)
  • Beggars Dance (Starts at 5 pm)

August 25th

  • Fabulous Armadillos Present The Best of 10 Years! (6:30-9 pm)
  • Walter's Wheelhouse (Starts at 5 pm)

September 1st

  • The Johnny Holm Band (6:30-9 pm)
  • Harper's Chord (Starts at 5 pm)

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