Louisville Crashers lead singer Mark Maxwell delivers a soulful performance Friday to one of the night’s youngest music fans. (Staff photo by Brett Eppley/beppley@madisoncourier.com)
Louisville Crashers lead singer Mark Maxwell delivers a soulful performance Friday to one of the night’s youngest music fans. (Staff photo by Brett Eppley/beppley@madisoncourier.com)
The Louisville Crashers headlined Friday night’s Music in the Park concert at Bicentennial Park.

Food vendors were on hand starting at 5 p.m. before local musician Chris Jesse took the stage ahead of the popular Kentucky cover band.

Lead singer Mark Maxwell worked his way through the crowd of around 400 as he sang hits by artists such as Neil Diamond, Maroon 5 and Pharrell Williams. Maxwell encouraged, and often joined in, with dancing concert-goers on the concrete dance floor in front of the Bicentennial stage.

The four-part summer concert series will come to a close with a performance by Rusty Bladen Sept. 8 at the Broadway Fountain.