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Starry Nights opens with Pride Night concert June 9

A celebratory Pride Night program on Friday, June 9, will open the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s 2023 Starry Nights program at the band shell at Marie Irwin Park, Ridge Road and Highland Avenue in Homewood.

This year, in the spirit of inclusion, the show is being presented by the villages of Homewood and Flossmoor and the H-F Park District as the community marks June as Pride Month. 

The Starry Nights Pride Concert is free and is sponsored by Specialized Staffing Solutions.

From 5 to 7 p.m., resource vendors will be on hand providing information and support services while a DJ spins records. The entertainment starts at 7 p.m. when The PriSSillas take the stage. The band features an eclectic set list, off-the-charts chemistry and witty sense of humor. Their high-energy show will bring the crowd to their feet as the PriSSillas take you on a musical journey cranking out popular hits spanning numerous decades and genres.

Participants are encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs. Food, beverages and alcohol will be available for purchase from vendors; outside alcohol is prohibited. Commemorative Pride t-shirts will be available for purchase.

Starry Nights has been an ongoing Homewood-Flossmoor Park District summer entertainment series for more than three decades with top-notch entertainment for the community. A second 2023 Starry Nights show will be presented July 13 with entertainment by the band Good Clean Fun.

For additional information, visit hfparks.com.

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