Rock band The Cyrkle to headline summer time kickoff celebration in Easton

EASTON, Pa. – An Easton band that cracked the High 40, twice, is returning to its hometown to assist kick off the summer time season.

Mayor Sal Panto introduced Monday that rock group The Cyrkle will cap a full day’s price of actions on Might 7.

The day will begin with the opening of the Easton Farmers’ Market. There may even be a taco competition and a efficiency by Lehigh Valley-based band Time Whys.

Panto stated The Cyrkle final performed in Easton again in 1988. Their hits “Pink Rubber Ball” and “Flip-Down Day” reached the charts in 1966. 

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