Celebrate Summer with Free Concerts in the Park
Free Summer Concerts in August at Discovery Park
June 14, 6 p.m. – Last Men On Earth is one of Northern Colorado’s newest and most popular live rock bands, playing a mixture of classic cuts from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and beyond. Whether harmonizing sweetly on “Seven Bridges Road” or pounding out the guitar rock hits from Bon Jovi, Guns and Roses, Boston, Rush and many others, the “Last Men On Earth” is a tightly polished uptempo rock band with an incredibly diverse setlist.
June 21 6 p.m.THE RADIO
Featuring the energetic vocal talent of Hipster Mama’s co-founder, Turi Gustafson, rocker extraordinaire Thomas Breslin and the sultry powerhouse Miss Ellice Whittington, The Radio covers a wider range of music than any band you’ve ever seen! Whether it’s pop, rock, country, R&B, swing, or EDM, no matter the station, The Radio plays the hits!
June 28 I 6:00 p.m.
Whether it’s Motown, Rhythm and Blues, Contemporary, Golden Oldies, Beach, Country, Jazz, Rock, or Funk, Soul School will give your ears an education in style. From tight harmonious vocals and smooth jazz to an all out dance party… Class IS in Session!
July 5 I 6:00 p.m.
HomeSlice is a high energy nine-piece vocal and horn musical powerhouse based in Denver, Colorado. With their enthusiastic and animated performances, you’re sure to be singing, dancing and laughing right along! From funk to soul, jazz to rock, jump swing to ballads, old school to modern originals and covers for all ages, HomeSlice has it all.
July 12 I 6:00 p.m.
Soul X is high-energy dance band featuring exceptional vocals backed by authentic musicianship, bringing a rare combination of talent, expertise, versatility, showmanship, and fun! Whether it’s the current Top 40, Motown, Blues, 80’s, Country, Funk, and more, Soul X impresses with every genre.
July 19 I 6:00 p.m.
Voted as Denver A-List’s #2 Band in the state, Wash Park has been delighting crowds since its inception in 2009. This power house group consists of dynamic vocalists, a full horn section, and a rhythm section to deliver an experience like no other. What sets this band apart is its powerful and faithful reproductions of the horn band era dance music from the 70’s to the top 40 hits of today. With a fully choreographed show, Wash Park is your cure for standard entertainment.
THAT EIGHTIES BAND
July 26 I 6:00 p.m.
That Eighties Band’s material covers a vast selection of 80’s songs. From the bouncing synth and fiery guitar of Van Halen’s “Jump” to the irresistibly catchy Michael Jackson classic “Billy Jean,” or other hits like “Jessie’s Girl,” “Push It,” and “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” the show is exciting and glamorous from start to finish.
August 2 I 6:00 p.m.
Tunisia is a vivacious, genre-transcending band guaranteed to make you want to dance! Their dynamic show covers a number of styles, ranging from modern hits to Classic Rock, R&B to Disco, Motown to Hip-Hop, Standard Jazz to Swing. This talented group features the front line vocals of Orlando Poole, Yvonne Brown, and Stephen Wilburn, along with three horns, and a four piece rhythm section. Their charming enthusiasm, professional choreography, and high energy are infectious and sure to get the party started!
Free Summer Concerts June & July at Discovery Park
Have you been to Discovery Park yet? Ice Skating in the winter and free concerts this summer.
Join your neighbors in the summer sun as Parker Arts presents the Discovery Park Summer Concert Series. That’s right! FREE summer concerts have returned in the Discovery Park amphitheater! This state-of-the-art venue features an open-space design, monumental art pieces, an interactive water fountain for the kids, and more! Feel free to bring your picnic baskets, lawn chairs, and beach blankets to enjoy the open green space and soak in the sounds of summer!
This space is open to patrons of all ages. Food trucks will be on-site during the concerts. Due to its open-space design, no alcoholic beverages are allowed. For more information on Discovery Park Summer Concert Series general rules and policies please click here
The concerts in O’Brien Park and the PACE Patio Concerts have been replaced by the Discovery Park events.
Summer Concerts in Castle Rock Colorado
Savor the sounds of summer; tickets on sale now for 2018 Summer Concert Series
Celebrate a perfect summer night in Castle Rock with great music, warm temperatures and time under the stars. Nestled in the beautiful setting of Philip S. Miller Park, the Amphitheater has become one of Colorado’s most sought-after live-music venues. Don’t miss the Town’s Summer Concert Series at the Amphitheater. Tickets for the 2018 season are on sale now.
The concert series brings amazing events to Castle Rock on select weekends May through September. Enjoy live music from nationally known bands, along with craft beer and cocktails under the stars. The intimate setting, family-friendly environment and amazing acoustics make for a great musical experience. These ticketed music events have become a signature part of summers in Castle Rock.
Tickets are on sale now at CRgov.com/PSMConcerts. Tickets range from $10 to $55 depending on the artist.
The concert series will include:
- The Future Tour – Thursday, May 10
In support of his sophomore release in March 2018, entitled Future, as well as, its debut hit single “Witness”, Jordan Feliz will be headlining his own tour this Spring filled with electric performances of all of his smash radio hits. This tour also features special guests Blanca and For All Seasons.
- Big Bad Voodoo Daddy – Saturday, July 14
2018 marks the 25th anniversary of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s remarkable arrival onto the music scene. Since it’s formation in the early nineties in Ventura, California, the band has toured virtually nonstop, performing on average over 150 shows a year, and has produced a sizable catalog of recorded music, with sales of over 2 million albums to date. Early on, during their legendary residency at the Derby nightclub in Los Angeles, they reminded the world, in the midst of the grunge era no less, that it was still cool to swing. The band, cofounded by singer Scotty Morris and drummer Kurt Sodergren, was at the forefront of the swing revival of that time, blending a vibrant fusion of the classic American sounds of jazz, swing, and dixieland, with the energy and spirit of contemporary culture.
After 25 years, 11 records, over 2800 live shows, and countless appearances in film and television, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy is showing no signs of slowing down, and is looking forward to celebrating it’s 25th anniversary in 2018.
- Michael McDonald – Friday, July 20
One of the world’s most distinctive singing voices, Michael McDonald is often imitated but never duplicated (although Justin Timberlake has come close on “The Tonight Show” to comedic effect, as has actor John Viener on “Family Guy”). He’s had enough humility over the years to freely blend that voice with others’, whether as a member of Steely Dan, a Doobie Brother, as a highly successful solo artist and songwriter, a member of the supergroup the Dukes of September or, most recently, reaching the Coachella generation as a celebrated co-star on Thundercat’s indie hit “Show You the Way.” Fans who’ve wanted to hear that 50,000-watt clear channel of a voice all by itself have had to bide their time—not just minute by minute, but year by year—waiting for McDonald to reclaim a solo spotlight.
Enter Wide Open, McDonald’s first new album in nine years, and his first set of all-original material since 2000. McDonald has nonetheless remained relevant through the early 21st century; he received his 13th Grammy nomination for Motown, a platinum-selling tribute to the greatest of all soul labels. He subsequently released a top 10-charting sequel, Motown Two along with a Christmas album, both of which certified as Gold Records. Following came Soul Speak, a collection of classic covers and a handful of original songs. But Wide Open finds him rediscovering his other voice—that is, his songwriting voice—in a big way, penning or co-writing 11 of the album’s 12 tracks. It’s a cogent reminder that he won Record and Song of the Year Grammys for co-writing as well as singing the Doobie Brothers hit “What a Fool Believes.” Wide Open marks a return to that classic’s emotional urgency alongside fiercer and fresher band arrangements than he’s ever created before.
- Castle Rock Summer Jam – Sunday, July 29
Started by local musicians John Saunders and Bill Clarke, the Castle Rock Summer Jam, was an opportunity to enjoy an all-day music festival close to home, while making a difference. Proceeds from the jam will benefit the Douglas Elbert Task Force. The lineup will include Johnny Richards, Sarah P and the Dirty Logger, The John Saunders Band, Solar, and a national touring act, and Colorado favorite, to be announced on June 12. The day will include family-friendly activities, food, craft beer and cocktails and end with an unforgettable musical performance.
- David Pack’s Legends Life – Saturday, Aug. 18
Five legendary superstars on one stage singing their number one hits, makes this a once in a lifetime kind of night! This very special evening of Grammy-winning singers, producers, composers, and multi-platinum recording artists will include your favorite hits from the 70s and 80s.
This unforgettable evening will also feature a celebration of the 100th birthday of world-renowned composer and conductor, Leonard Bernstein, and will conclude with an all-star encore featuring all of the headliners.
The headliners for this epic performance are:
o Gary Wright – singing Dream Weaver, Love is Alive, and more.
o John Elefante (former lead singer of KANSAS) – singing Dust in the Wind, Carry On Wayward Son, and more
o Jim Peterik (founder/singer of IDES OF MARCH, also formerly of Survivor, .38 Special) – singing Eye of the Tiger, Hold On Loosely, Vehicle
o David Pack (former lead vocalist of AMBROSIA) – singing Biggest Part of Me, You’re the Only Woman, and more.
o David Benoit – legendary jazz keyboardist and composer performing will perform hits including Linus and Lucy, Key to You and “Overture to Candide” in honor of Leonard Bernstein’s 100 Centennial Celebration
The concert series is part of Town Council’s goal to keep our community character alive with community festivals, concerts and activities. The priority is to continue to bring family friendly events to the Downtown area and Philip S. Miller Park.
Check out CRgov.com/PSMConcerts for more details, or find the event posts on the Town’s Facebook page (/CRgov).