Date(s) - 07/14/2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Mooresville Park District will be hosting the 2018 Citizens Bank Summer Concert Series at Bicentennial Park. The Concert Series consists of two concerts per month from June through September.
The 2018 Citizens Bank Summer Concert Series begins Saturday June 9 from 7pm – 9pm.
This summer’s series will feature the following artists…
Saturday, June 9 – Wrong Side of Dixie (Country) Info coming soon…
Saturday, June 23 – Ride That Train (Classic Rock) An Indy based multigenerational Americana, Blues, Jam and Dance band featuring members of Peace Train, their offspring and guests.
Saturday, July 14 – Jennie Devoe (Blues/Indie) Info coming soon…
Saturday, July 28 – The Renner French Band (Pop & Folk) Info coming soon…
Saturday, August 11 – Rebels of the Son (Contemporary Pop & Rock) A few cool guys who like to play cool music for cool people. Based out of Mooresville.
Saturday, August 25 – Random Reaction (Country & Rock) A hard working band playing top 40 country music & rock and roll, new and old.
Saturday, September 8 – 8 Track Mind (Classic Rock) Bloomington, Indiana’s premier 70’s and 80’s Rock & Roll, Party Band.
Saturday, September 22 – Spank and Mickey (Folk/Country/Bluegrass) Fresh on the scene, pickin and playin a variety of everyone’s favorite tunes. The duo consists of Caitlin aka “Spanks” and Mickey.
The concerts are FREE to the public and offer the opportunity to enjoy live music and the energetic scenery of Bicentennial Park. Any further questions can be answered by calling (317) 831-7149.
For more summer concerts, check out our 2018 summer concert roundup.
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