The summer outdoor concert series will be held at 6 p.m. each Monday from July 12 to August 2 at the Town Hall Green located at 501 Main Street South.
Families are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs and picnic baskets and enjoy a wide variety of performances, which will range from classic rock to blues, country, Motown, jazz, and soul.
The concerts will have a new location this year, at the Green next to Southbury Town Hall. It is the same location that the Southbury Farmers’ Market is held.
The concerts will be canceled in the event of rain.
Parking will be available in the lower lot of the Town Hall, at the offices of Southbury Parks and Recreation at 561 Main Street South and at Pomperaug Elementary School.
Michael Ganem, Director of Southbury Parks and Recreation said, “We’re very pleased to bring back the concerts for the community this year - we know our residents have missed them!”
The first concert, July 12, will feature music from “’60s Satisfaction” who will have you singing and dancing from start to finish. Enjoy 60’s tunes from many of the greatest artists of that time. Tie-dye attire is optional.
Other upcoming performances include:
“The Potentials” on July 19.
“The Potentials” is a high-energy, versatile, 5-piece cover that plays a variety of music from every genre/decade. Your ears will be drawn to the sweet melodic sounds of their 4 part harmonies, and your feet to the dance floor!
“The Rakes” on July 26.
“The Rakes” are a band of five friends who have as much fun perfecting their songs as they do preforming them. Mixing classic rock, a little soul, a dash of blues, a "90's" block and even a little hip hop “The Rakes” exhibit broad appeal as they truly play something for just about everyone.
“Rubber City” August 2.
Rubber City draws its name from the rich heritage of Naugatuck, Connecticut’s once thriving rubber industry and is comprised mostly of musicians residing in the Naugatuck valley. With a dynamic blend of vocals, rhythm, and a 4-member horn section, the band covers bands such as Chicago, the Blues Brothers, Tower of Power, and many more.