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Events and programming

The Department of Parks and Recreation is pleased to provide to our community and visitors, special events and programming throughout the year.

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Red Dirt Concerts

Live music and treats at the Pavilion

spectator view sitting on the grass watching a concertLive music in the beautiful outdoors

  • Five days this spring
  • Free
  • 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Five times this spring a different concert will be performed FREE for everyone to enjoy.  Each night will offer two different performers or more!  Bring a chair if you would like or have a seat on the grass and enjoy Merkin food truck with delicious food for sale.  Fresh air, the company of community friends and great music all brought to you live at the Pavilion.   

Performers

Click on each name for a sample of the artists music.

May 24, 2019

Opener: Sister and the Sun
A modern acoustic soulful folkie duo
Headliner: Invincible Grins
Electric eclecticism fused with unbridled enthusiasm, upbeat, original, and undeniably groovy

May 31, 2019

Opener: Evil George
Original music drawing influences from progressive rock, folk, blues and R&B, her music is deeply emotional; ranging from quiet, haunting melodies to rage-filled rock
Headliner: Life is Beautiful
Pop-rock band known for giving their all.  KB's lyrics are a story and the music is a journey.

 

June 7, 2019

Opener: Mighty Tim Young
High energy acoustic rock, in the vein of Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie
Headliner: Thunder and Lightnin'
Grassy-roots Americana; a dynamic, upbeat harmony-filled show infused with energy, joy and humor

 

June 14, 2019

Opener: Two Hand Union
Husband and wife team performing Folk/Americana/Alt-Country
Headliner: Sol De La Noche
Traditional and contemporary Latin 

 

June 21, 2019

Opener: Grace Noelle
Acoustic singer/songwriter with soulful ballads and bluesy vocals far richer than her youthful age.
Headliner: Ryan Biter
Equal parts rural Americana, spectacled college-town hipster, mountain bluegrass and new age funk beatbox drum circle

 

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