The best summer fun…dancing in the park!
Grab your friends and family…and bring your blanket and chair and your dancing shoes!
Lincoln Park is a smoke-free park. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be cancelled. Staff will make that decision at 4pm and post an announcement on Facebook. Musicians are subject to change without notice.
Special thanks to our sponsors…
WBK Engineering, St. Charles
AHC Advisors, St. Charles
St. Charles Bank & Trust, St. Charles
Culvers – East Main Street, St. Charles
Minuteman Press, Naperville
Banner Up Signs, Sycamore
Kane County Chronicle Media
May 31 • Tyler Caruso Band
Students at both St. Charles high schools host this concert honoring a former student, athlete and musician for his passionate commitment to family, friends, school and community service. Tyler touched so many lives before his untimely death on July 14, 2002, at age 17. Donations will be accepted to the Tyler Brett Caruso Memorial Scholarship Fund which benefits graduates at both high schools. https://tylerbrettcaruso.com/
June 7 • Final Say
Delivering an impassioned show of vibrant, youthful energy and an extensive repertoire of music, you’ll feel like you’re part of something remarkable. Experience sizzling chemistry, incredible energy and irresistible songs from the latest Top 40 hits to classics that are sure to bring you to your feet. http://www.chicago-bands.com/band/final-say/
June 14 • The Millennials
A fresh style to rock-n-roll classics – Led Zepplin, The Who, Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers & more! With a common love of music, this group of friends offers a new generation of talent and energy for a one-of-a-kind interactive performance. http://www.millennials.band/
June 21 • Strung Out
Offering the ultimate 70s experience with rock, soul, funk and fantastic one-hit wonders, this entertaining group of seasoned musicians plays an inspiring and engaging show for everyone.
An electric cello creates an amazing sound that breaks the mold of every other classic rock band. https://www.strungoutband.com/
June 28 • Johnny Russler & Beach Bum Band
Combining the tropical sounds of Caribbean rock, reggae and calypso by playing steel pans, blaring horns, strong percussion, driving bass and skanking guitars, this band hosts the grooviest beach party. You don’t have to be a ‘Parrothead’ to enjoy this island-themed performance. http://www.beachbumband.com/web2014/index.php
Concert in Pottawatomie Park.
No concert in Lincoln Park.
July 12 • Brass from the Past
Known as the hottest horn band in the Midwest and boasting an unstoppable 6-piece horn section, tight 4-piece rhythm section with 3 powerful singers who command the stage, this is no ordinary band! This is the music of your most joyful memories from the 60s, 70s and 80s. https://www.brassfromthepast.com/
July 19 • Rockstar Rodeo
It’s one kickin’ night of wild fun and entertainment! Taking the best you’ve heard from Texas, the talent you’ve seen in Nashville, the boogie you’ve experienced in the South and your favorite memories from the Midwest, and you’ve got one electrifying rock-n-country cover band. http://www.rockstarrodeolive.com/
July 26 • 7th Heaven
Lifelong friends committed to leaving it all out on the stage, this band plays dead on renditions of Def Leppard, The Beatles, Bon Jovi, Journey, U2 and more. Music delivered at a frenetic pace will drive audiences to literally be dancing in the streets. http://7thheavenband.com/
August 2 • Recycle the Day
Put on your dancing shoes! This high-energy party band plays a fantastic line up of head bobbin’, feet movin’, booty shakin’ hit songs from Motown to today’s Top 40 hits! An eclectic group of five musicians have tremendous talent, boundless energy, unmistakable chemistry and energetic choreography. http://recycletheday.com/index.html
August 9 • Serendipity
Using a cool combo of euphonic vocal tones with a power pop musical kick, audiences will experience an amazingly unexpected surprise. Playing current and time-tested tunes, this group of young ladies is a stroke of good fortune you can’t wait to experience again and again. https://serendipityband.com/
August 16 • Howard & the White Boys
If you like your blues with a funky groove, this band’s electric style will satisfy you. As one of Chicago’s favorite blues bands, their musical collection will keep you movin’ and groovin’ all night long. https://www.howardandthewhiteboysband.com/home