Summer Fun With Romeoville’s Sunday Symphony Series

dancing at the Summer Symphony series

Looking for a fun way to celebrate summer with friends or loved ones? Want to learn some new dance moves and listen to great jazz and blues? Look no further than Romeoville’s upcoming Sunday Symphony series!

The 2018 Sunday Symphony series will feature a free swing dance class and a performance by The Flat Cats. This Chicago band will get you moving with vintage classics and contemporary dance-floor selections. If you’re into jazz, you’re in for a treat. Additionally, it’s perfect entertainment for all ages. Feel free to bring a picnic lunch for the kids!


The Flat Cats have performed all across the Midwest at venues such as Navy Pier, The Drake Hotel, Arcada Theatre, and the Willowbrook Ballroom. Furthermore, the Flat Cats have also accompanied iconic groups like The Drifters and The Crystals at major venues like The Chicago Theatre and Star Plaza.

The band will be bringing their musical talents to the Romeoville area this summer. So, who are the Flat Cats? Notably, the band is made up of 5 talented musicians and a vocalist. Kevin Gawthorp plays the baritone sax and Jonny Kostal the tenor sax. Meanwhile, Stuart Olsen and Ben Smith perform on the electric guitar and bass respectively. Additionally, Barry Rose provides a high-octane beat with drums, and Amanda Wolff wows the audience with her electric vocals.


The performance will take place on June 28th from 4pm-6pm at the outdoor Romeoville Toyota Amphitheater.

So, head over early and reserve your seats. You’ll even have a chance of trying out a swing dance class, offered free of charge by Lux Dance Studio. The lesson will run from 3pm-4pm. If you’ve never danced before, don’t worry — this class is open to all ages and experience levels!

If you have any questions about the Sunday Symphony series, call 815.886.6222. Or, if you’d like more information about summer events and living opportunities in the Romeoville area, please contact us. We know you’ll love this vibrant community!

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