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Free Concerts, Local Food Trucks

Every Monday from June 6 through August 8

Concerts in the Park – 2016 Series

Arts Huntsville and the City of Huntsville’s Department of Parks and Recreation present the 2016 Concerts in the Park season. The Concerts, which will be held for ten weeks every Monday evening, begin June 6 and conclude August 8. The series will showcase a mix of musical genres from rock and roll, pop and top 40 to swing, country, bluegrass, Celtic and jazz. The Concerts take place in downtown Huntsville on the Huntsville Museum of Art outdoor stage in Big Spring International Park from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. The series is free to the public; concertgoers should bring their own seating and leashed pets are welcome.

Please contact Amy Mayfield at amayfield@artshuntsville.org with any questions.

Picnics are welcome at the Concerts, but local food trucks and vendors will also be onsite. Food trucks will be on both Church Street and Williams Avenue with additional offerings in the park. The menus include bacon in all its forms from I Love Bacon, seafood from Rollin’ Lobstah, a variety of shaved ice choices from Iceworks, refreshing popsicles from Suzy’s Pops, homegrown iced teas from Piper and Leaf, BBQ favorites from Bad News BBQ, ice cream from Maggie Moo’s and sweet treats from Honeypie Bakery, as well as hot dogs, sandwiches and a great selection of Summer park food from The Food Truck and Washington Street Catering.

The 2016 Concerts in the Park lineup

  • June 6 – Groove / Juice
  • June 13 – Stillwater Bluegrass / Cristina Lynn
  • June 20 – Denim Jawbones / The Wolves of Chernobyl
  • June 27 – The U.S. Army Materiel Command Band
  • July 4 – Huntsville Concert Band / Huntsville’s In the Mood Big Swing Band
  • July 11 – Blue City / Emily Joseph Band
  • July 18 – JED Eye / Dirt Circus
  • July 25 – Reginald Jackson and Friends / Calypso Vision
  • August 1 – Milltowne / Bourbon and Shamrocks
  • August 8 – The Beasley Brothers / Big Daddy Kingfish

The Monday, June 27 Concert is part of Huntsville’s Armed Forces Week celebrations. Arts Huntsville and the City of Huntsville are proud to present Redstone Arsenal’s own Army Materiel Command Bands. The evening will end with a downtown fireworks display.

“Concerts in the Park is a fun, family-friendly way to showcase our area’s variety of musical talent,” said Allison Dillon-Jauken, executive director of Arts Huntsville. “We are proud to work with the City of Huntsville’s Department of Parks and Recreation to feature local musicians and food trucks at this free concert series in the heart of the city.”