Huntsville’s Concerts in the Park series kicks off next week – what to know

Huntville’s Jazz McKenzie will perform this weekend at Concerts in the Park. (Jazz McKenzie via Facebook)

One of Huntsville’s great summer traditions continues Monday, June 6 when the city’s Concerts in the Park series kicks off at Big Spring Park. The first installment of this year’s concert series features Huntsville vocalist Jazz McKenzie and the local band Juice.

The series extends through August 8, with a full lineup of weekly music shows. Read more for the full summer lineup!

A summer of music at Big Spring Park

Midlife Chrysler is another band that will play Concerts in the Park this summer. (Midlife Chrysler via Facebook)

The lineup for this summer’s Concerts in the Park series is another impressive schedule of local and regional musicians. Here is the schedule for the summer:

June 6

  • Jazz McKenzie
  • Juice

June 13

  • Common Man
  • Remy Neal & the Silvery Moon Band

June 20

  • April Pendergrass
  • The Bubbanauts

July 4

  • Peruvian Coin
  • Jed Eye

July 11

  • Rocket City Jazz Orchestra
  • MidLife Chrysler

July 18

  • Them Damn Dogs
  • Karmessa

July 25

  • Gypsy Soul
  • Poor Rover

August 1

  • MIL Music Entertainment
  • Unique Live Band

August 8

  • Surprise lineup!

What to expect at Concerts in the Park

Big Spring Park hosts Concerts in the Park beginning Monday, June 6. (Nathan Watson / Hville Blast)

Here are few things to know about the Concerts in the Park series:

  • Shows begin at 6:30PM
  • Admission is free
  • The concerts are at Big Spring Park at the Huntsville Museum of Arts stage
  • The City of Huntsville Garage M, located off of Clinton Street between Monroe Street and Church Street, will have free parking for concertgoers
  • The concerts are kid friendly and pet friendly
  • There will be food truck vendors in the park every Monday night throughout the season

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