RiverDrums set for return to Promenade Park

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – A popular event is set to return to Fort Wayne.

RiverDrums will be back at Promenade Park this summer. From 4 to 7 p.m. on June 14th, residents can enjoy drumming, dancing, music, and food trucks.

Returning performers include KelsiCote, Ginger Karns, Blind Uncle Harry, Steve Basche, Amaneceres de Mexico, Middle-Eastern Drumming and Dancing, German Tanzer Folk Dance, Ken Noland, Sweetwater drumming, and Pyroscope Entertainment.

The food vendors will be at the event until 7 p.m.

The event is free and open to the public.

RiverDrums, 2022
4:00 – Opening Ceremony Mayor Tom Henry – Welcome Jan Doran – Flute Patty Hunter – Poem Group singing “We Shall Overcome”
4:35- KelsiCote – Cultural fusion of North & South American music 5:00 – Ginger Karns – Flute & Story telling 5:25 – Blind Uncle Harry – Hillbilly Hippie Shreddin’ Folk Rock 5:50 – Steve Basche – Martial Arts 6:15 – Amaneceres de Mexico dance 6:40 – Middle East drumming & dancing, Adam Riviere & Lauren Conklin 7:05 – Fort Wayne Scottish Pipes & Drum Band
7:30 – German Tanzer, folk dance
7:55 – Terrible Orchestra, full orchestra 25 Members in pavilion
8:30 – Ken Noland, Cherokee award- winning flutist
8:55 – Pimyotamah, Hartleroad member, Miam Tribe of Oklahoma, Native American Drumming
9:20 – Doug Laughlin, Sweetwater Drumming audience participation (Riverfront)
9:35 – Firedancers performing to live drumming (Riverfront)