Cheers Elephant to play free concert in Pastorius Park tonight

Looking to see a local rock band with a pyschedelic twist? Then be sure to check out Cheers Elephant at the Pastorius Park concert series tonight.

The Philadelphia band is set to rock the stage at 7:30 p.m. and is known for their live shows.

The band plays eclectic, psychedelic indie rock. Their music is “raw and rootsy, yet far out with psychedelic flavor,” according to the band’s website.

The band members are: 

Derek Krzywicki – guitar. lead vocalsTravelin’ Mat – bass. vocals.Jordan del Rosario – lead guitar. vocals.Roberto Kingston – kick. snare. hi-hat.

Cheers Elephant has been successful on the east coast and in the Midwest. The band has played shows at venues like the World Café Live and the Theatre of the Living Arts.

For those who favor high energy shows with a twist, Cheers Elephant is a must-see act.

Cheers Elephant’s gig is the third to last performance scheduled for the series. The last two concerts will include jazz vocalist Joanna Pascale on July 20 and the West Philadelphia Orchestra on July 27.

The series is sponsored by CHCA, The Chestnut Hill Community Fund and Chestnut Hill Hospital.

The rain location for the concert series will be the John S. Jenks School at 8301 Germantown Ave.

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