Drums and Jamaican Music on the Green Tonight

KolomashiPhoto Gallery: Cold Blooded Creatures and Alan Gresik Swing Shift Orchestra

Park Forest, IL–(ENEWSPF)– The entertainment continues this evening on Main Street in Park Forest with Kpani Addy & Kolomashi and Waterhouse. Kpani Addy is a third generation master drummer. He is accompanied by his American dance troupe. Waterhouse Experience features Jamaican music and stories to go along with the songs. The musical styles of Nyahbingi, Mento Calypso, Reggae, Ska and Soca, the African and European traditions come to life.

Last week’s entertainment included Cold Blooded Creatures and the Alan Gresik Swing Shift Orchestra. Adults and children joined the fun last week holding a python, a North American alligator, and more. A photo gallery featuring all the cold-blooded entertainment and warm-blooded spectators is available here.

The entertainment kicks off at 7:00 p.m. Rain or shine, performances last approximately 45-60 minutes. In case of rain, performances will be moved to Freedom Hall’s intimate 330 seat Nathan Manilow Theatre, 410 Lakewood Boulevard. If the weather appears threatening, residents can call a recorded message at 283-5647 for changes or cancellations. For additional information, call the Recreation office at 748-2005.

Photo: Kolomashi, supplied by Freedom Hall, Nathan Manilow Theater.