ENFIELD — Frank Sinatra will be there, and so will The Beatles and other British Invasion groups like Dave Clark Five.

But they will only be there in spirit as the second annual Enfield Summer Concert Series continues to bring live music at the Bandshell at Higgins Park in Enfield on June 11 with The Sounds of Frank.

Fronted by John Cooper, the six-piece instrumental and vocal group — including piano/keyboards, bass, drums, trumpet and sax — pays tribute to “old blue eyes” Frank Sinatra. The group will bring back memories with a host of Sinatra favorites including “New York, New York,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “Strangers in the Night,” “My Way,” “The Lady is a Tramp,” “Mack the Knife,” “Luck Be a Lady” and many other hits.

In addition to The Sounds of Frank, the complete summer lineup features KSF, June 18; Savage Brothers, June 25; Bratt Pack, July 2; Union Jack, July 9; Malado, July 16; Johnny Six Gun, July 23; Jake Kulak and the Modern Vandals, July 30; Yachtly Cruise, Aug. 6; Jordan Oaks, Aug. 13; Project 267, Aug. 20; and Ed Fast & Conga Bop, Aug. 27.

Showtimes for all concerts are 7 p.m.

Participants can bring their own chairs and blankets to sit on while enjoying the concert. There are also picnic tables and food trucks offering some tasty treats. Enfield Culture and Arts will also have a table with additional information on what is happening in the community this summer.

The series is hosted by the Enfield Culture and Arts Commission and supported by major sponsors USA Recycle and Artioli Chrysler Dodge RAM.

The new Bandshell at Higgins Park was built last summer. In addition to the bandshell, Higgins Park — located behind the Enfield Town Hall — has a quarter-mile walking trail complete with exercise stations and a newly installed playscape and basketball court.

In the case of inclement weather, the concerts will take place the following day.
For more information, visit enfieldsummerconcertseries.com.