July Music at the Mill features Bryan Scar

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People enjoy Music at the Mill, an outdoor concert series designed for the entire family

After the June Music at the Mill concert was cancelled due to rain, Abbott’s Mill is excited to bring Bryan Scar to the July outdoor concert event. This fun, outdoor activity for the entire family is planned for July 13 from 6 to 8 PM at Abbott’s Mill Nature Center.

“We encourage you to bring the entire family, set up your lawn chairs or toss down a blanket and enjoy music surrounded by the beautiful natural setting at Abbott’s Mill, Mike Valenti, Site Director, said. “The trails are open for some hiking where you can see so many animals, birds and insects in their natural habitat while also enjoying great music.”

Grandpa Mac will be the featured food truck at the event, featuring wholesome food made from real ingredients. Orion and Hari Cameron came to Delaware with noodles on their brain and worked to create a concept that featured the highest quality ingredients but that was affordable. Named for the brother’s great-grandfather, Cameron McCurdy, Grandpa Mac carries on the legend of its namesake, who often cooked for the family or introduced them to his favorite places to eat when they visited.

Grandpa Mac’s offers salads, wraps, paninis as well as delicious pasta dishes. Many of their options are vegan friendly and gluten free.

Bryan Scar was born into a family filled with music lovers, something he inherited from a young age. His first instrument was a flamenco guitar handed down to him from an uncle. Raised in Lewes, Scar moved in and out of various bands through high school and college. His original works feature his many musical influences, including John Denver, Billy Joel and Jim Croce. After studying music for one year in Los Angeles, Scar returned to Delaware in 2012 to begin a career as a solo artist. He was nominated for Best Local Artist in 2016 and was named Delaware Today’s “Best Local Artist Downstate” in 2021.

Tickets for the event are $10 for adult non-members and $5 for children aged 5 to 17. The event is free to members. There is also a cash bar. Lawn games are also welcome at the event. Anyone who had tickets for the June 22 event that was cancelled should contact Abbott’s Mill to see how to transfer the tickets to an upcoming Music at the Mill event by calling 302-239-2334. Tickets can be purchased by visiting https://delawarenaturesociety.org/activities/events/music-at-the-mill-summer-concert-series/.

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