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Concert in the Park Series

2023 Concert in the Park Series

The Concert in the Park Series will once again be at the Frisco Historic Park gazebo and lawn at 120 East Main Street this summer. Concerts will take place on Thursdays from June 15 to August 31, 2023 from 5:30-7:30pm.

What to Expect

  • Concerts in the Park are pet-friendly with the expectation that pets are leashed and well-mannered.
  • No outside alcohol is allowed, but beverage sales are available and benefit a different local non-profit at each concert. Feel free to bring a dinner picnic though, as most concerts only feature beverages and light snacks for sale. There are also many great restaurants within walking distance of the concert. Learn more about dining options in Frisco.
  • Chairs and blankets are allowed.

2023 Music & Non-Profit Lineup

The 2023 Concert in the Park Series music and non-profit lineup will be announced in spring of 2023.

2022 Music & Non-Profit Lineup

Thursday, June 23, 2022

Musical Act: Eyes Wide Open
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Breck Film

Eyes Wide Open band photo

Based in Dillon, CO, The Eyes Wide Open band has performed together for over 12 years. With powerful female lead vocals, the band performs covers of rock and alternative favorites.

Thursday, June 30, 2022

Musical Act: Meadow Mountain
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: League for Animals and People of Summit (LAPS)

Meadow Mountain continues to evolve traditional string band music, combining a wide range of influences with an astounding work ethic to produce quality music that belies their age. Their distinct connection to all the best parts of traditional bluegrass is apparent in their musicianship, vocal harmonies, songwriting, and the soulful tones that make bluegrass so unique. Audiences should expect to hear original music that represents bluegrass in the best possible way.

Thursday, July 7, 2022

Musical Act: The Runaway Grooms
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC)

Born from the rich culture of the Colorado mountains, the Runaway Grooms are bringing a refreshing take on contemporary jam band music. With pocket grooves, syncopated rhythms, and expansive tones, the band captures elements of funk and psychedelic rock, while simultaneously celebrating the traditional songwriting roots of Americana music. Dueling guitar solos, 3-part harmonies, and a screaming lap steel guitar combine to create a unique soundscape that takes listeners through an experiential musical journey.

Thursday, July 14, 2022

Musical Act: The Turntable Revue Trio
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Summit Seniors

Self-described as a family band, siblings Joe Bianchi and Terry Armistead grew up playing music together with their musician parents in Vermont. Joined by Bob Masters on bass, guitar and vocals, Mark Levy on drums, and Jeff Armistead on the keyboards, audiences should expect to hear rock and roll with some folk, hard rock, and bluegrass influences.

Thursday, July 21, 2022

Musical Act: The Coffis Brothers
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Colorado Learning Connections

Hailing from the Santa Cruz Mountains of northern California, the Santa Cruz Weekly describes the Coffis Brothers’ sound as a “blend of folk, country and rock with the intensity of personal lyrics into a gritty and often tender harmony of sound…a show that delivers one part Avett Brothers and one part early Neil Young for a full night of dancing and fun.”

Blending the new and nostalgic and the classic with the contemporary, their newest record, Turn My Radio Up, makes equal room for heartland rock & roll anthems, front-porch folk songs, and campfire-worthy Americana ballads.

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Musical Act: The Wildmans
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)

The Wildmans come from the hills of Floyd, Virginia in the heart of the Appalachian mountain music tradition. From campsite jamming at festivals and fiddler’s conventions and a college level music education comes the foundation for musical exploration that sets this group apart, taking the audience on a musical journey that reflects the growth and passion of these talented musicians as they make their way in the American string band scene.

Thursday, August 4, 2022

Musical Act: Laney Lou and The Bird Dogs
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Friends of the Dillon Ranger District (FDRD)

Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs are an energetic Americana band from Bozeman, Montana that infuses four-part harmonies, engaging songwriting, and rock-n-roll drive into a modern approach to traditional folk music. Coming from varied musical backgrounds, the five-person ensemble creates a sound unique to them, but one that finds common ground by adding the energy of Montana’s big sky country into their music. The Bird Dogs weave stories through their songs that are reflective, joyous, longing, or meant to share a journey with the listener.

Thursday, August 11, 2022

Musical Act: Split Window
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Summit Chamber of Commerce

Split Window features a large ensemble of talented musicians. Performing with as many as 12 musicians, the band is able to approach many genres and is known for upbeat and danceable music with a positive message and socially conscious lyrics. The band started in 2012 as the duo of Julian Daknis and Jodi Messa and has since become a staple of the Colorado mountain music scene.

Thursday, August 18, 2022

Musical Act: Satellite13
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Mountain Dreamers

Satellite13 is a modern rock band out of Colorado made up of members John Truscelli, Jess Rose, Tyler Easton, and Leo Lopez. The band formed in December 2018, bringing together different backgrounds and influences to create a modern sound with rock roots. Their style appeals to the younger listener looking for the most innovative new music, as well as the seasoned music fan who wants to rock.

Thursday, August 25, 2022


Musical Act: The Margarita Brothers
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Summit Advocates for Victims of Assault

The Margarita Brothers is a “fun in the sun” band playing the music of Jimmy Buffet, Beach Boys, Reggae, Calypso and your favorite toe-tapper oldies, with plenty of encouraged audience interaction.

Thursday, September 1, 2022

Musical Act: Knight Groove
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Women of the Summit

Knight Groove is a powerful funk-blues-jazz musical adventure into the depths of groove eclecticism. Heavily influenced by The Meters, Allman Brothers, James Brown, and Led Zeppelin, Knight Groove delivers a dance beat with creative musical arrangements and classic rock riffs. Knight Groove has added Tom Marsh on Keys and Brian Mahanke on sax, trumpet, flute, and flugelhorn, which has completed the Knight Groove sound.

Thursday, September 8, 2022

Musical Act: Beau Thomas Band
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Smart Bellies

Since October 2018, Beau Thomas and his crew have been bringing Soul, R&B, and Hip Hop to the high country with up-tempo arrangements and strong soulful vocals as the backbone to Thomas’ project. The six-piece ensemble comes together out of Summit County and the Vail Valley with members Beau Thomas on lead vocals, Jeffery Smith on keys, Matt O’Rourke on lead guitar, Austin Dreher on sax, Max Engelman on bass, and Mike Bahr on drums.

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