FRAMINGHAM – The first summer concert of the season happened last night on the Framingham Centre Common.
The performer was Back Pages, who are celebrating 50 years playing together.
They played Rock & roll from Paul McCarthy to Midnight Oil.
It was a huge crowd for the first Friday night concert – easily a couple hundred people.
Mayor Charlie Sisitsky and First Lady Robin Kaye were sitting and enjoying the concert as well.
City Council Chair Priscila Sousa and at-large City Council George P. King Jr. were among the concert goers, as was District 7 School Committee member Tiffanie Maskell and District 4 School Committee member Adam Freudberg.
Several community organization had booths at the event including the Framingham Rotary Club, 350 Mass MetroWest, and the Framingham Democrats.
Sponsor MutualOne had a booth. Other sponsors include Realtor Phil Ottaviani, Adesa (now Carvana), Auto Brite, Bernardi Auto Group, and the Framingham Cultural Council.
The next concert is Friday, July 1 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Performing will be the Tom Nutile Big Band.
It was also the final concert that the Framingham Police Auxiliary provided support at the concert. Under the new police reform law, part-time officers can no longer exist, with new training. That includes the Police Auxiliary. The Framingham Police Auxiliary will disband after 80 years as of June 30, 2022.
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