Six Gun Romeo returns to You’ve Gotta Have Friends’ summer dance series, Boppin’ in the Park, at Douglas Park on Aug. 10.

Boppin in the Park returns July 13, wraps up Aug. 10 at Douglas Park

Final two nights of dancing feature Does Your Monkey Bite, Six Gun Romeo

Boppin’ in the Park, a free, fun, family-friendly event sponsored by You’ve Gotta Have Friends, returns to the Douglas Park stage for two more Friday nights this summer, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

This Friday, July 13, visitors can dance to the disco, 80s rock and new country of Does Your Monkey Bite.

On Aug. 10, come back and rock out with Six Gun Romeo.

On the band’s website, Six Gun Romeo is described as “a melting pot of genres, riffs, beats, runs, hooks, melodies and attitude.”

Genres including rockabilly, rock & roll, Americana, rhythm and blues, honky tonk and country, giving them wide audience appeal.

Funds to pay for the bands are raised by community donations and through a bottle recycling program at the Langley Bottle Depot, account #158.

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