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Dates for Evansville's 'Music in the Park' Announced

The free, family-friendly concert series will kick off on May 6 and end on Aug. 19.

Posted: Apr 16, 2021 3:22 PM
Updated: Apr 16, 2021 3:28 PM

The Evansville Parks Foundation has announced the dates and musical acts for its annual "Music in the Park" event.

The free, family-friendly concert series will kick off on Thursday, May 6, with the last show scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 19.

From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., each Music in the Park performance will take place on its scheduled date.

Here is the Music in the Park 2021 schedule which shows each date, performer, and location:

  • May 6: Tony Henning at Akin Park
  • May 20: Haywire at Franklin Street Library Park
  • June 3: 2 Miles Back at State Hospital
  • June 17: Jimmy DeTalent and the Electric Revival at Vann Park
  • July 1: The Hip Replacements at Howell Park
  • July 15: Just Us 4 at Lorraine Park
  • Aug. 5: Zion Albert at the Four Freedoms Monument
  • Aug. 19: American Way at Sunset Park

Besides the live music, organizers say food trucks and late swimming hours at Lorraine & Howell Pools dates will be included.

The event is free. Interested individuals are encouraged to bring their own supplies, such as picnic blankets and lawn chairs.

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