Concerts Continue With Fleetwood Mac Tribute

MOUNTAINSIDE — The Union County Summer Arts Festival concert series continues on Wednesday evening, July 13, with a performance by “Tusk” – a band that recreates the greatest hits of Fleetwood Mac. This free concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in Echo Lake Park in Mountainside.

Tusk is made up of Kathy Phillips, an amazing New Jersey singer/songwriter who captures the essence of Stevie Nicks, along with Kim Williams on keyboards and vocals, Scott McDonald on guitar, drummer Tom Nelson and bassist Randy Artiglere. Concert-goers can expect to hear songs like “Rhiannon,” “Go Your Own Way,” and “Don’t Stop Thinking about Tomorrow.”


The Summer Arts Festival concerts continue throughout July and August on Wednesdays beginning at 7:30 p.m. This summer’s concerts will be held at Echo Lake Park on the Mountainside-Westfield border and at Oak Ridge Park in Clark. Lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets are encouraged. Refreshments and snacks will be available from vendors.

The other free concerts in the Union County Summer Arts Festival series include:

  • July 20 – The Kootz (good time Rock & Roll); at Echo Lake Park.
  • July 27 – The Full Count Big Band (Jazz from Mountainside); at Echo Lake Park.
  • Aug. 3 – THE British Invasion Tribute (songs of the ‘60s); at Oak Ridge Park.
  • Aug. 10 – JoBonanno & the Godsons (Jersey Shore Soul); at Oak Ridge Park.
  • Aug. 17 – Almost Queen (Queen cover band); at Oak Ridge Park.
  • Aug. 24 – Parrotbeach (Jimmy Buffett cover band); at Echo Lake Park.
  • Aug. 31 – The Nerds (high energy party band); at Oak Ridge Park.

For rain information, call the Union County Department of Parks and Community Renewal at 1-908-558-4079 after 3 p.m. on the day of the scheduled concert, or visit the Union County web site:

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