Strike up the band and get ready to set the stage because the Summer Concert series is officially returning to the Capital City this summer!
Thanks to Trenton’s 2023 Summer Concert Series, live music and entertainment are coming to your backyard. This year’s lineup features several world-class artists, with performances scheduled to help you enjoy the sounds of summertime all season long. Concerts will be held in parks and community spaces throughout Trenton, so take a peek at the calendar to see what shows are coming to your neighborhood! These concerts are free to attend, and all family members can enjoy them. In addition to these talented acts, guests can also look forward to enjoying complimentary refreshments and ice cream.
This year’s schedule is as follows:
- Friday, June 30th, 6-8 pm, Villa Park: Joe Baione Quartet
- Saturday, July 1st, 5-7 pm, Cadwalader Park: Sidebysol
- Friday, July 14th, 6-8 pm, Mill Hill Park: Grace Little and the GLB Band
- Friday, July 21st, 6-8 pm, Franklin Park: Paul Plumeri
- Saturday, July 29th, 5-7 pm, Stacy Park: The James White Band
- Saturday, August 5th, 5-7 pm, Agabati Square: Tempo Algere
- Friday, August 11th, 6-8 pm, Trent House: The Connection
- Friday, August 18th, 6-8 pm, Cycle Kings: Showtyme & Da Traffic
- Saturday, August 19th, 5-7 pm, Trent Center: Meg Hanson Group
- Saturday, August 26th, 6-8 pm, Cadwalader Park: Robert Ruffis Experience
From swinging jazz bands to cover bands performing some of your all-time favorite hits, there’s certain to be a performance to wow fans of any genre. Summertime concerts are a great way to spend an evening outdoors and connect with the community, offering the perfect soundtrack to score a beautiful summer night.
The City of Trenton’s Department of Recreation, Natural Resources, and Culture sponsors the upcoming concert series. The City has plenty of fun cooked up for Trenton residents this summer, including concerts, block parties, free fitness classes, and so much more. Through meaningful community programming and resources, Trentonians can better access health and wellness rights in their neighborhoods. In addition to programming, the Department of Recreation is responsible for maintaining and improving the dozens of parks, pools, and play areas that bring countless hours of summer fun to families throughout our community each year. No matter your age or stage of life, there’s plenty of fun for you in store right here in the City of Trenton. If you’d like to learn more about the exciting happenings in our community, you can keep up with their department on their website, available here: Trenton – Dept. of Rec.
If you have any questions before the performances, please get in touch with the City at 609-989-3635 for help and additional details. There is plenty of music and memories to be made, so be sure to make it out to some of this summer’s biggest shows.
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