Senator Jeff Klein hosted The Bronx Wanderers, as they performed their last Bronx show night at Veterans Memorial Park. Hundreds of Bronx residents enjoyed an amazing concert and said farewell to The Bronx Wanderers before their residency kicks off at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in the fall.
“We have been happy to enjoy The Bronx Wanderers for years, and as we send them off, I was thrilled to host one last performance. Bronx families came together to enjoy this farewell show, as part of my Summertime Symphonies series, and they did not disappoint. While we’ll miss them right here in The Bronx, I want to wish everyone’s favorite father-sons group a great stay in Las Vegas,” said Senator Jeff Klein.
The home-grown group, a father with his two sons, has long rocked audiences with their blend of hand-picked oldies from the 50’s through the 70’s. Over the past 14 years, The Bronx Wanderers have performed in over 35 states.
“For me, it all started here, and as we are getting prepared to leave for an extended stay in Las Vegas, I can never thank Senator Jeff Klein and his entire staff for allowing us one final show for all of our friends from The Bronx and Westchester. We are thrilled to be coming home,” said Vinny Adinolfi, The Bronx Wanderers.
This free concert is part of Senator Klein’s Summertime Symphonies series. For more information on Senator Klein’s Summertime Series, please call Senator Klein’s office at (718)822-2049.