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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

Thursday, June 15, 2023

Musical Act: Goldpine
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Summit Musicians Relief Fund

Exposing the pains of severed relationships and unearthing the pursuits of love and purpose, Goldpine is emotional and relevant. After nearly a decade of homing in on their sound, they’re ready to show the world their self-produced LP, ‘One.’ Their debut album is a snapshot of their lives — symbolizing a new beginning and an homage to their previous band name “My One and Only,” featuring bold vocal harmonies and fervent lyrics. ‘One’ is the perfect introduction to Goldpine.

Thursday, June 22, 2023

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

Lord Nelson is a Charlottesville, Virginia based rock/Americana band whose unique sound emulates their Virginia roots. The past year Lord Nelson released their third full length album, “Transmission” to strong press and reviews. Thanks to radio play across the country, it cracked the Billboard Americana Top 100, and the band toured nationally to share their songs on the road. Their record is rowdy, rock-forward, and intended to bring people together; dance, sing in the car, hum under your breath, crank up the stereo, and don’t take life too seriously for a few minutes. The band is currently finishing their new album scheduled to be released in 2023 and will be touring nationally again this summer, including a string of Colorado dates.

Thursday, June 29, 2023

Musical Act: A.J. Fullerton
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Summit Seniors

A.J. Fullerton is a progressive roots artist raised in western Colorado. Winner of 24 Blues Society Members Choice Awards, he has steadily built a reputation as one of the hottest rising talents on the Colorado music scene. A.J. is well known for his skillful guitar and powerful vocals and is often called “beyond his years.” His style of playing falls somewhere between the finger picking and slide of country roots music and the groove based up-tempo sensibilities of blues and rock ‘n’ roll.

Thursday, July 6, 2023

Musical Act: Eyes Wide Open
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Summit County Preschool

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

Thursday, July 13, 2023

Musical Act: Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: League for Animals and People of the Summit

Multi-Grammy nominated Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen is a torrent of mind-blowing bluegrass. Known for their meaty pile-driving rhythms and Frank’s dynamic and bold vocals, the band’s last two albums have both received a Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass Album. Twice, they have been named IBMA Instrumental Group of the Year and earned numerous other IBMA nominations, including Male Vocalist of the Year, Mandolin Player of the Year, and in 2013, received Banjo Player of the Year. Their massive sound and show stealing performances command the most prestigious stages in the country and abroad, from The Grand Ole Opry to the biggest international festivals across Europe, South America, and Australia. Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen’s respect and deep understanding of the bluegrass tradition collides, live on stage, with rock-tinged fiery virtuosity that pushes the boundaries of the genre. Other influences include country, jazz, blues, southern rock, and soul.

Thursday, July 20, 2023

Musical Act: Extra Gold
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Northwest Colorado Center for Independence (NWCCI)

Dave Jordan & The NIA were originally scheduled for the July 20, 2023 Concert in the Park, but have cancelled due to medical reasons.

Extra Gold will now be the musical act. Since forming in 2017 as the house band for Denver’s only monthly country music showcase, Extra Gold has crafted a country music cocktail that is equal parts Golden-Era Country Revival, Folk, and Rock & Roll.

With the addition of Hammond B3 organ, pedal steel and fiddle, the band plays every card. They waltz through tender three-part harmony ballads before inciting two-steppin’, beer-slingin’ dance parties that have placed them in venues with modern-day honky-tonk heroes like Whitey Morgan and Jesse Dayton, as well as soon-to-be household names like Paul Cauthen and Zephaniah Ohora.

Fronted by Kansas City native Evan Holm, Extra Gold released their acclaimed debut record “High & Lonesome” in 2018 and released the single “What It’s Like” in 2020. They are back in the studio recording their much anticipated follow up LP to be released in 2023 and are bound to take the festival circuit by storm.

Thursday, July 27, 2023

Musical Act: Hash Cabbage
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Friends of the Dillon Ranger District (FDRD)

Founded in New Orleans, Hash Cabbage plays cosmic psychedelic American music. Hash Cabbage has an eclectic sound with a variety of influences from southern rock, improvisational jazz, reggae, funk, and outlaw country, all the way to surreal psychedelia.

Thursday, August 3, 2023

Musical Act: Lola Rising
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Summit County Arts Council

Hailing from Colorado, Lola Rising is a six-piece island folk rock band also known as “Jahawaiian” that is ukulele driven with high energy melodic dance rhythms and soaring guitars. The band was inspired by a song that front man, Paul Medina Guevara, once wrote about the passing of his Lola, which means Grandmother in Filipino. This was then coupled with Rising, which evokes images of spirituality and embraces the human condition. Their dance-able rhythms, honest poetry, and smooth melodic multi-part harmonies make their music familiar, fun, accessible, vivid, and thought-provoking.

Thursday, August 10, 2023

Musical Act: The Barlow
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Mountain Dreamers

If you’ve heard of Texas country and Oklahoma red dirt, then there’s no doubt that you’re also familiar with outlaw country and southern rock. Now take all those Americana music styles and change the scenery. How about Colorado? That’s exactly where you’ll find The Barlow, a rugged, four-piece band brewing its own mountain-high version of Colorado country. One listen to The Barlow’s third full-length album “New Year, Old Me”, and you hear a fresh spin on a familiar sawdust-floor friend. Consider this album a giant, boot-print step toward solidifying their sound. These four guys have no desire to blend into the background. They have something to say.

Thursday, August 17, 2023

Musical Act: Jubilingo
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Colorado Learning Connections

Formed in 2015, Jubilingo has grown to be one of Denver’s best regarded rock bands. Combining elements from southern soul with Colorado jam-rock, Jubilingo has created a unique sound. Lead by female vocalist Jessica Holloway, this tight-knit quartet is sure to lift your spirits and get you moving on the dance floor through groovy baselines, robust vocals, and high-spirited guitar.

Thursday, August 24, 2023

Musical Act: Tenth Mountain Division
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Women of the Summit

New on the music scene, Tenth Mountain Division pays tribute to their forefathers in Colorado. Like those that came before, Tenth Mountain Division is pushing their ski-party sound into bold, new directions with their exploratory take on Americana that dips into all their influences from classic southern rock to progressive bluegrass, psychedelic blues, and rock ‘n’ roll.

Thursday, August 31, 2023

Musical Act: Babaux and The Peacemakers
Local Non-Profit Beneficiary: Smart Bellies

Babaux and The Peacemakers is a Colorado-based roots-rock quartet, led by Cristian Basso. Embracing an array of moods and styles from jam band-rootsy to swampy bayou blues and acoustic funk, each song is like a new chapter in the root’s music playbook. Their smooth and haunting vocals with a rough and poetic delivery are filled with a series of multi-layered grooves that make every song a different experience. The band’s recently released debut album, “Lucky 13”, was immediately embraced by radio stations across the country. The band has also just released their second album “Moments in Time” in May 2023.

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