NEWS: 2023 Concerts in the Park Lineup
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (May 22, 2023)– Arts Huntsville and the City of Huntsville Department of Parks and Recreation’s 2023 Concerts in the Park series returns on Monday, June 5. A Huntsville summer tradition, the concerts will be held over ten weeks every Monday evening through August 7. Concerts in the Park showcases homegrown musical talent in a mix of genres from rock, and country to jazz, R&B, and today’s hits. The concerts will take place in downtown Huntsville in Big Spring Park from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. The series is FREE to the public; concertgoers should bring their own seating and leashed pets are welcome.
Local food trucks and vendors will be onsite offering a diverse array of local cuisine. Food trucks will be along Williams Avenue with additional offerings in the park. The menu includes; all-beef hotdogs and treats from Golden Years Ice Cream Parlor & Diner, flavorful shaved ice from Iceworks, 100% plant-based comfort vegan dishes from Vujee Vegan, delectable bites from Southern Wagyu, award-winning yummy goodness from New South Hot Dog & Sushi, delicious BBQ from O Taste & See BBQ, specialty iced teas from Piper & Leaf Tea Company, handmade fruit popsicles from Suzy’s Pops, tasty tamales from Teresita’s Tamales and gourmet popcorn and lemonade from Yum Yum’s Gourmet Popcorn & Lemonade Stand. Picnics are also encouraged at the Concerts.
This year’s concerts are presented with the support of Cloud Financial, Inc., Huntsville International Airport, Huntsville Utilities, Randolph School, and Cumulus Media. The concert lineup features the following local performers:
|June 5||Chelsea Who||Pop, rock & R&B|
|JUICE||R&B/Party Cover Band|
|June 12||Wild Life in the Working Class||80’s Rock Covers|
|The Brooklines||90’s & 2000’s Covers|
|June 19||N.E.I.G.H.B.O.R.S.||Rap/Hip Hop|
|June 26||AFW – MCoE Band, Ft. Moore||Brass band Patriotic|
|July 3||Shane Davis Group||Rock|
|Rocket City Latin Band||Latin|
|July 10||Lana White and the Car Notes||Indie Folk|
|Soul Lit||R&B/Party Cover Band|
|July 17||Tavern Preachers||Southern Rock/Country|
|July 24||Treetop and the Gifted||Indie Rock|
|July 31||Full Circle||Top 40’s Covers|
|Groove||R&B/Party Cover Band|
|August 8||Surprise Line-up!|
The June 26 concert is part of Huntsville’s Armed Forces Week celebrations. Arts Huntsville and the City of Huntsville are proud to present the MCoE Band from Fort Moore, Ga., with service history dating back to 1916. The evening will once again end with a downtown fireworks display.
“We love featuring Huntsville’s great music scene each summer at Concerts in the Park, and once again this year concert-goers of all ages will discover new musical talent as well as popular favorites each week in Big Spring Park,” said Arts Huntsville Executive Director Allison Dillon-Jauken. City of Huntsville Director of Parks and Recreation James Gossett added, “Concerts in the Park is a Huntsville tradition, and the concert series – with its food trucks and free, family-friendly concerts – was voted as last year’s ‘Downtown Event of the Year.’ We look forward to bringing the community together again this year for great music every Monday night in the heart of the city.”
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Arts Huntsville is a non-profit organization founded in 1962. Our mission is to stimulate and support community creativity and engagement by advancing the arts, entertainment, and culture to enrich quality of life, education, and economic development in the greater Huntsville metropolitan region. Arts Huntsville serves as the local arts agency for the City of Huntsville and the greater metropolitan region, supporting artists, arts organizations, residents, and visitors through four core program areas: Arts Promotion & Support, Arts Education, Community Events and Public Art.