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Summer line-up released for Concerts in the Park

HUNTSVILLE — Huntsville can’t get enough of music outdoors!

Arts Huntsville and the City of Huntsville Department of Parks & Recreation are bringing plenty more of it with the summer 2022 musical line-up for the award-winning Concerts in the Park series.

The music returns to Big Spring Park every Monday night beginning June 6 and running throughout the summer until Aug. 8. Huntsville’s oldest music event was chosen Downtown Event of the Year for 2021.

Who doesn’t love free concerts by a sparkling community spring at sunset?

The concert series showcases local musical talent in a mix of genres from rock, folk and country to jazz, dance, R&B and today’s hits. Local food trucks and a casual summer outing with pets on leashes, lawn chairs and blankets under a starry North Alabama sky. The series is free to the public.

“Once again this year, Concerts in the Park features a great lineup of Huntsville musicians, including long-time favorites and several new additions making their summer debut in Big Spring Park,” said Arts Huntsville Executive Director Allison Dillon-Jauken.

“We are proud to once again partner with Arts Huntsville to showcase our local music talent, as well as provide free, family-friendly entertainment in Huntsville’s premier downtown park,” said City of Huntsville Director of Parks and Recreation James Gossett.

The Concerts will take place in downtown Huntsville on the Huntsville Museum of Art outdoor stage in Big Spring Park from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

2022 Concerts in the Park concert lineup features the following local performers:

  • June 6 – Jazz McKenzie followed by JUICE
  • June 13 – Common Man followed by Remy Neal & the Silvery Moon Band
  • June 20 – April Pendergrass followed by The Bubbanauts
  • June 27 – Maneuver Center of Excellence Band (MCoE) of Fort Benning
  • July 4 – Peruvian Coin followed by JED Eye
  • July 11 – Rocket City Jazz Band Orchestra followed by Midlife Chrysler
  • July 18 – Them Damn Dogs followed by Karmessa
  • July 25 – Gyspy Soul followed by Poor Rover
  • August 1 – Mil Music Entertainment followed by Unique Live Band
  • August 8 – Weather Make-Up Date (bands TBD)

The June 27 concert is part of Huntsville’s Armed Forces Week celebrations. Arts Huntsville and the City of Huntsville present the Maneuver Center of Excellence Band from Fort Benning, Ga., with its service history dating to 1916. The evening will end with a fireworks display.

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