Hayner’s Final 2020 Lucky Lemonade Concert will Feature the Dayton Salsa Project
Information provided by the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center
TROY - The Dayton Salsa Project is a fusion of diverse musicians who came together to bring local, live Latin music to the Dayton area and to serve as ambassadors of cultural diversity at local, state, and national cultural events. The mission of the Dayton Salsa Project is to use music as the means to break barriers, promote inclusion and to help satisfy the growing regional interest in Latin-American culture and those joyful Latin rhythms. Brian Powell on alto sax; Luke Grieshop on trumpet; Oscar Salamanca Alarcon on keys; Luis Roberto Clemente on bass, Roberto Clement on congas and Daryll Rosa on bongos and cowbell. Secure your reservations now for this energetic group of musicians and a feel-good hour of happy sounds and upbeat rhythms on September 22, 2020 at 6:30 pm in the Hayner Courtyard.
A few free tickets are still available for the live concert in the Hayner Courtyard. To make your reservation go to www.TroyHayner.org/upcoming-live.
If you aren’t able to get tickets, you can still connect with the live-feed concert and have your own at-home “Couch Concert”. Tune in to the Hayner Facebook page on September 22 at 6:30 pm at: www.facebook.com/haynercenter. The Hayner has also paired this concert series with local, Trojan restaurants so you can make your at-home Couch Concert night a PARTY. Keep up with the weekly restaurant specials at www.TroyHayner.org/llc-couch-concerts. Check back often and put these deals on your calendar too! If you miss the live-feed concert you can still take advantage of our series via concert recordings at www.troyhayner.org/music.