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  • Posted on 2023-08-16

    We are overwhelmed with gratitude, thanks, and good festival vibes after a tremendous AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival 2023. Thank you for being part of it and bringing your love for music, joy, and excitement to Peoples Natural Gas Park, which was built, owned and operated by the Johnstown Area Heritage Association, the producer of the festival, for precisely this purpose — so that we can come together and experience live music in an atmosphere of community and celebration.

    We also want to express our profound appreciation to all our sponsors, whose support makes this event possible. From our faithful title sponsor, AmeriServ, to our stage sponsors 1st Summit Bank and Bud Light, and so many more — thank you.

    To the volunteers who show up every year with big smiles on their faces, ready to showcase Johnstown and welcome people to our event — your dedication is so appreciated, and we couldn’t do it without you. Time and again our artists and patrons remark on how friendly our festival is, and that’s because of you. Thank you.

    In the coming days and weeks, we’ll be posting photos and more thank yous on festival social media channels. Stay in touch with us there — and be sure to attend the remaining shows and events in the 2023 season at Peoples Natural Gas Park.

    We are already looking forward to — and planning — the 2024 festival. Our dates are July 26-27 — mark your calendar now!

  • Posted on 2023-08-04

    Peoples Natural Gas Park will be the venue for Eem Triplin’s release show for his new EP, “Still Pretty”! The free show is set for Friday, August 18 at 6:30 pm. Born and raised in Johnstown, Eem started his career as a producer, creating and selling beats online. With millions of streams on his catalog per week, the 22-year-old Eem Triplin has a shot to become one of his generation’s biggest stars.

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  • Posted on 2023-08-04

    Trouble No More has let us know they’ll be featuring Cody Dickenson of the North Mississippi Allstars on drums, along with Kanika Moore on vocals! Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind performance on Saturday night by this jam supergroup, which also features Daniel Donato, Peter Levin, Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, and Dylan Niederaurer.

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We continue our season-end thank-yous -- much, much appreciation to 1st Summit Bank for their sponsorship of the pavilion stage, the site of many fantastic performances this year (including Melt, captured here by Kevin Stiffler!) ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to Bettye LaVette, who was honored last night with the Legacy of Americana Award at the 22nd Annual Americana Honors & Awards in Nashville. Here she is at our 2011 festival (photos by Kevin Stiffler). ... See MoreSee Less
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