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City of Friendswood
News Release
Monday, May 01, 2017

Vocal Trash returns to Concert in the Park schedule

Following an energetic concert with a message of entertainment and awareness of the positive environmental effects of “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle,” Vocal Trash is coming back to Friendswood on Friday, May 12 at 7 p.m. in Stevenson Park for the “School’s Out for Summer” concert.  The group uses unconventional instruments, singing, and dancing, in a “Glee meets ‘Stomp” style.

Vocal Trash has toured the world, singing familiar songs and integrating a green-minded approach to helping the planet. It matches up with the message of sponsor Keep Friendswood Beautiful.

You are encouraged to bring your blanket, lawn chair, and refreshments and enjoy an evening of family-friendly, live entertainment at the Gazebo in Stevenson Park. Along with the concert will be food trucks, amusement rides, face painting, door prizes, and the announcement of the winners of the new Keep Friendswood Beautiful-Facebook photo contest.

For more information, contact the City of Friendswood Parks and Recreation Department at 281-996-3220 or

Pictured (Top Right): After a great reception last year, the group, “Vocal Trash,” returns for  the “School’s Out for Summer, Concert in the Park” on Friday, May 12 in Stevenson Park.

Pictured (Above Left): “Vocal Trash,” described as “Glee meets Stomp,” will again use their unconventional instruments and high-energy style at the free “School’s Out for Summer” Concert in the Park, May 12.

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