Sushi Roll Kicks Off the Park District's Summer Concerts in the Park Series
May 30, 2019 10:54AM
● By Hannah Ott
Summer Concerts in the Park will take place at the Lincoln Park Gazebo. The June 4 show will be at Pottawatomie Park.
St. Charles - The St. Charles Park District brings the summer Concerts in the Park series to St. Charles' historic downtown for families and friends to enjoy the great outdoors and some fabulous music. The first concert performance of the season will be Sushi Roll on Thursday, June 6 at 7pm at the Lincoln Park Gazebo, located along Main Street between 4th and 5th Streets.
Concerts are free thanks to generous support of numerous local businesses including WBK Engineering, AHC Advisors, Inc., St. Charles Bank & Trust, Silverado Senior Living, Banner Up Signs; Minuteman Press; and the Kane County Chronicle.
Bring your family and friends for a picnic in the park! Settle in before the concert and enjoy picnic-style offerings at reasonable rates from downtown St. Charles restaurants and local vendors including Kimmer’s Ice Cream, Bernie’s Bully Dogs, Gia Mia Pizza and Snack Zone.
Alcohol is not permitted at Lincoln Park. Guests are encouraged to get to the park early for better seating. Lincoln Park is a smoke free park. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, too.
Upcoming concerts include: Rosie & the Rivets on June 13, Ethan Bell Band on June 20, Feel Good Party Band on June 27, Strung Out on July 11, Pirates Over 40 on July 18, Mike Zabrin’s Funktastic on July 25, Howard & the White Boys on August 1, 7th Heaven on August 8 and Final Say on August 15. Also enjoy Shout Out on July 4 at 6pm in Pottawatomie Park.
In the event of rain, the concert will be cancelled. Musicians are subject to change without notice.
For more information about Concerts in the Park, visit stcparks.org or call the Park District at 630-513-6200. To get St. Charles Park District event notices and reminders sent directly to your phone, text stcparks to 223344.
Source: Erika Young 630-513-4319 firstname.lastname@example.org