Marquis 66 presents a wide variety of rock and roll music — everything from classic rock and country rock to modern rock.
Marquis 66 formed in 1964 but ended its run when the group was called to other duties in life. Finally, in 2002, two of the original members gathered friends back together to rebuild the band.
Band members have said they believe they have lived through the greatest era of music of all time and are excited to share their talents.
The talented group brings back favorite classic band music from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond.
The “high energy rock and roll band’s” lively rhythm of the show is sure to have all ages up on their feet, dancing along.
Concessions will be available. However, concert-goers are welcome to bring a picnic basket and utilize one of the covered picnic tables.
In the event of rain or other inclement weather, the concert will be held indoors at the Depot building, which is adjacent to the regular concert area.
The Concerts in the Park series is presented by Pepperidge Farm and the Willard recreation department.
Every Tuesday night through Aug. 13, a different group or performer plays and the music styles can range from bluegrass to rock to classical to folk. For more information, call 419-935-1654.