Kentucky Symphony Orchestra free summer series kicks off with Boogie Nights

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The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, also known as KSO, is starting its 29th free summer concert series in Devou and Tower Parks on July 8 and 9 with a jaunt to the Disco era.

The KSO’s Boogie Band, a 21-piece studio orchestra with eight vocalists and charts by KSO arranger Terry LaBolt, has created authentic live record copies for crowds to dance, sing, and dress for the occasion.

Experience 21 disco tunes as they were heard in cars or on home stereos nearly 50 years ago by Donna Summer, Abba, Kool & the Gang, The BeeGees, The Village People, KC & the Sunshine Band, and more.

The event starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 8, at Devou Park Band Shell, Covington, and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 9, at the Tower Park Amphitheatre, Fort Thomas.

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