Sounds of Centerra summer concert series returns to Chapungu Sculpture Park on Friday, July 9 for its thirteenth season! Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and find a comfortable spot on the Great Lawn to enjoy this year’s line-up from local musicians. The performances will vary from traditional melodies to classic rock to contemporary bands, offering something for everyone. The concerts will be held on Chapungu’s Great Lawn from 7 to 9 p.m. every Friday in July and are free to the public. Registration is required online, in advance, or your information will be collected at the main entrances.
2021 Sounds of Centerra Concert Lineup:
Friday, July 9: 6 Million Dollar Band – 80’s Cover (click here to register for this concert)
Friday, July 16: Royal Street Ramblers – Jazz (click here to register for this concert)
Friday, July 23: The Wendy Woo Band – Pop/Blues (click here to register for this concert)
Friday, July 30: Soul School – Funk, R&B, Soul (click here to register for this concert)
Bring Cash! Chick-fil-A will be on-hand offering chicken sandwich dinner packs for purchase and fresh delicious snacks will be for sale courtesy of Heaven’s Popcorn.
Chapungu Sculpture Park is conveniently located at I-25 and US 34 on the corner of Centerra Parkway and Kendall Parkway just east of Macy’s at The Promenade Shops at Centerra. For more information, email email@example.com or call 970.962.9990.
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