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Summer's Final Payson Park Festival Takes You Back to the 60s

Concert will begin at 6:30 p.m. Bring your blanket and lawn chairs.

The 60's Invasion is coming to Belmont's Payson Park Music Festival.
The 60's Invasion is coming to Belmont's Payson Park Music Festival.
Summer must be coming to an end as the Payson Park Music Festival is holding its final concert of the 2013 season tonight at 6:30 p.m. with a performance by The 60’s Invasion. 

A favorite at the Music Festival, The 60's Invasion brings music of the 1960’s with tributes to Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan or Roy Orbison in costume. Their concerts include music and trivia from television shows of the sixties, hits from the time that had connection with the seasons; fall, winter, spring and summer and history and trivia. 

See The 60's Invasion in action.

The concert is free and suitable for all ages at Payson Park located a few blocks off Belmont Street at the intersection of Elm Street. There is off-street parking at the park and it is also accessible by the Number 73 (Waverly Square) bus line from Harvard Station.

The concert is sponsored by the Bay State Charitable Foundation, Mark & Toni’s Coal Fried Pizza and the East Cambridge Savings Bank.

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