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Free Concerts, Local Food Trucks Every Monday from June 1 through August 3

Concerts in the Park – 2015 Series

The Arts Council and the City of Huntsville’s Department of Parks and Recreation present the 2015 Concerts in the Park season. The Concerts, which will be held for ten weeks every Monday evening, begin June 1 and conclude August 3. The series showcases 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.

Concertgoers will have a variety of dinner choices available as The Arts Council and the City of Huntsville will host local food trucks at the weekly Concerts. Offering a variety of items from seafood dinners to salads, specialty popcorn and teas, desserts and more this year’s participating vendors include Cottage Crepes, Dale’s BBQ, Iceworks, I Love Bacon, MaggieMoo’s, Piper & Leaf, Rollin’ Lobstah, Shea’s Express, Tim’s Cajun Kitchen and What’s Popp’N.

The Concerts in the Park are a co-production of the City of Huntsville Department of Parks and Recreation and The Arts Council, Inc. The series is presented with support from DirecTV, John Blue Realty, Legacy Homes, Progress Bank and Sally and Chuck Allen. This year’s concert lineup features 19 performance groups, including seven acts that are new to the series.

The 2015 Concerts in the Park lineup

The Monday, June 22 Concert is part of Huntsville’s Armed Forces Week celebrations and The Arts Council and City of Huntsville are proud to present Redstone Arsenal’s own Army Materiel Command Bands. The evening will end with a downtown fireworks display.

“From bands that are new to the series to returning crowd favorites, Concerts in the Park is a fun, family-friendly way to showcase musical talent in the area,” said Allison Dillon-Jauken, executive director of The Arts Council. “We are proud to join with the City of Huntsville’s Department of Parks and Recreation to feature these entertaining local musicians and tasty food from area vendors.”

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