National rock act Framing Hanley to play free show at downtown skate park
It’s a free concert to kickoff the summer concert series as national touring rock band Framing Hanley will perform an all ages show at Beautiful Mountain Skate Plaza on Saturday, June 14 located at the intersection of Laurel and Magnolia in downtown Beaumont.
From Nashville, Framing Hanley is touring in support of their brand new album, The Sum of Who We Are, which hit No. 24 on Billboard’s Top Rock Album chart. The band has several charting singles including “Hear Me Now,” “You Stupid Girl,” “WarZone,” “Back to Go Again,” their newest, “Criminal,” and the popular remake of Lil Wayne’s 2008 hit, “Lollipop.”
Beautiful Mountain Skate Plaza features a wide selection of world-class skate terrain for all ages and skill levels. Features include ledges, rails, banks, manual pads, a bank-to-bank, and long quarter pipes for transitional skating. There's a two stair, three-stair, seven-stair and even a big three-stair set. The park is open from dusk until dawn.
Concert time will be announced soon via discoverbeaumont.com.
For band information, view framinghanley.net.