Warm weather has returned, and the concerts in the park are back.
Each Wednesday from June 14 through Labor Day, a different performer will grace the stage at Habermann Park, 180 Fair St., Lodi, at 6:30 p.m.
The June performers are:
• June 14: Pianist Ryan Senger, who graduated last weekend from DePaul University. Last year, Senger was one of two US students selected to study with renowned pianists in Italy. Dan McDonnell, new to Lodi, will also play guitar and sing a variety of music, including several songs he’s written (and he’ll be performing at LaGrotta in July). Editor's note: This concert has been moved indoors to Lodi Methodist Church, 130 Locust St.
• June 21: Travis Phillips, who received a degree through Madison Media Institute, will be performing a variety of jazz tunes on guitar and singing. Baritone Jason McGrath and his niece, UW-Madison student Skye Baron, will follow Travis with duets and solos covering a variety of styles.
• June 28: Susie Frankland will sing. Her concerts are well known for her interaction with everyone in the audience. Bryce Baker will then play guitar and piano and sing a variety of tunes. He recently graduated with a music and therapy degree from UWSP.
This article was edited on June 14 at 5:05 p.m. to specify that the evening's concert was moved indoors.