The Amish Outlaws to perform a free ticketed Concert at Hutchins Park July 2, 2017 as part of Independence Day Celebration.
Limited free tickets available ALL CLAIMED!
beginning June 23, 2017.
The Amish Outlaws will perform a free ticketed concert under the tent at Hutchins Park July 2, 2017. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Concert begins at 7:00 p.m. and will end when the fireworks begin.
The Amish Outlaws are known for their high energy, performing music ranging from Johnny Cash to Jay-Z in full Amish Garb.
NOTE: Ticket supply is limited and will be available on a first-come first-serve basis beginning Friday, June 23, 2017. Tickets can be picked up at The Havre de Grace Visitor Center (450 Pennington Ave) or Joseph’s Department Store (122 N. Washington) – Tickets now available! ALL TICKETS HAVE BEEN CLAIMED!
Food and beverages will be available for sale at the concert.
- No coolers, bottles, outside alcohol
- No weapons will be permitted in Hutchins Park.
- Must be 21 to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages.
- No leaving park with alcoholic beverages.
- No disorderly conduct.
- No public intoxication.
- Beer sales end at 9:00 p.m.
- Hutchins Park will be closed at 10:30 p.m.
- People found in violation will be removed or possibly arrested.
Band Location: Band to play at Hutchins Park at the foot of Congress Ave. This area will provide room for attendees to safely enjoy the concert, and for the sale of food and beer
When: Sunday, July 2nd; FREE TICKETS REQ’D, gates open at 5pm,
concert will begin at 7 pm and end prior to fireworks
Who: A free outdoor concert featuring The Amish Outlaws
There is no “typical” Amish Outlaws show, but the average crowd can expect to see men in full Amish garb releasing all of their pent up energy with an infectious joy. With a set that is always evolving as the Brothers discover more and more music and culture, The Amish Outlaws constantly surprise the audience and keep them guessing as to what they could possibly play next, from Johnny Cash to Jay Z, Lady Gaga to Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, Bon Jovi to Elvis Presley, The Foo Fighters to Dropkick Murphys, to theme songs from the TV shows they have come to know. Throughout, The Outlaws spin yarns about the Brothers’ upbringing and adventures since Rumpsringa. Amish Outlaw gigs are less performances than they are initiations into the life of an Amish Outlaw and parties celebrating the Brothers’ newfound freedom.
From their website