Bee Parks and the Hornets is an indie pop-rock band hoping to spread messages of environmentalism, social justice and kindness — and inspire wacky dance moves. PHOTO COURTESY OF BEE PARKS AND THE HORNETS

Bee Parks and the Hornets to play all summer



BAR HARBOR — Bee Parks and the Hornets, an original indie pop-rock band for all ages presented by the Barn Arts Collective, will have a summer-long run at The Criterion Theatre, with 60-minute performances each Thursday at 11 a.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m. from July 5 though Sept. 2.

Through high-energy live original music, puppets, dance and audience interaction, Bee Parks and the Hornets intends to spread messages of environmentalism, social justice and kindness and to inspire young people to get up and move both with their feet and within their communities.

“Each show will be a concert party celebration of our planet and our individuality,” said Brittany Parker, founding member of Bee Parks. “All ages are welcome, and all dance moves are welcome too!”

Tickets cost $7 and are available at criteriontheatre.org or at the box office starting 30 minutes before each performance. Rates and reservations for groups of 10 or more are available upon request by emailing [email protected]. This show is made possible in part by Galyn’s Restaurant and Destination Health.

The 1932 Criterion Theatre is Bar Harbor’s nonprofit historic performing arts and movie house. Visit criteriontheatre.org or call 288-0829.

 

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