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Hoffman to host Decatur Park Singers in free concert

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  • The Decatur Park Singers will perform a free concert in Hoffman Estates on Thursday, Aug. 2.

      The Decatur Park Singers will perform a free concert in Hoffman Estates on Thursday, Aug. 2.
    Courtesy of Decatur Park Singers

Submitted by village of Hoffman Estates

The Hoffman Estates Arts Commission and the Hoffman Estates Park District welcome the Decatur Park Singers to the Village Green in the western part of the village. The Decatur Park Singers will take the stage 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, as part of the "Summer Sounds on the Green" concert series.

A diverse group of college-age performers, the Decatur Park Singers celebrate the arts with uplifting music and a lively choreographed show.

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This concert is the seventh of a series of eight summer shows. All performances take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday evenings at the Virginia Mary Hayter Village Green, 5510 Prairie Stone Parkway, across the street from the Sears Centre Arena, off Route 72, in the Poplar Creek at 59/90 "Entertainment District."

Admission is free. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair to the amphitheater. If you are bringing a picnic, do not bring glass bottles, glasses or glass containers for the safety of barefoot patrons.

Levy Restaurants will be selling a variety of food, including pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs, popcorn, nachos and gluten-free snacks, at the concession stand. Beer, wine and mixed drinks will also be available for purchase.

For information, including directions and parking details, call (847) 252-5448, or visit the Arts Commission website at

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