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Plymouth Music in the Park 2023: Summer Concert Series

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There’s nothing quite like relaxing in a pretty park and listening to music on a summer evening, and that’s why the Plymouth Music in the Park Summer concert series is one of the top weekend events in southeast Michigan.

This annual event offers music fans a free chance to see a variety of musical genres, such as jazz, blues, rock, and classical music.

Held in picturesque Kellogg Park in downtown Plymouth, attendees can bring blankets and chairs to sit on while listening to the music. You can bring your picnic basket, or try something from one of the local vendors selling food and beverages.  

Enjoyed by both locals and visitors from surrounding areas, this is a great way to experience the community of Plymouth.

PRO-TIP: Music is good for more than your soul, it’s good for your brain, too!

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Guide to Music in the Park in Plymouth MI

The 2023 Music in the Park Concert Series in Plymouth Michigan has announced the lineup, and it promises to bring summer fun vibes to the charming community in southeast Michigan. All summer long (except for Art in Park weekend), you’ll find Friday evening concerts happening in Kellogg Park in downtown Plymouth.

The family-friendly event is a highlight of the summer season in Plymouth, and these 14 musical acts are a great way to relax in one of the best cities to live in Michigan!

So grab your lawn chairs or a blanket and head to downtown Plymouth.  Better yet, get there early and take some time to explore the charming downtown shopping area and have dinner at one of the many downtown Plymouth restaurants and bars.

Read on for a complete guide to Plymouth’s 2023 Music in the Park Summer Concert series.

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About Plymouth’s Music in the Park Concert Series

  • Throughout the summer, from May until the Friday before Labor Day, there are 14 free concerts in Kellogg Park.
  • You are allowed to drop blankets and chairs off after 3:30 p.m. on concert days, but any left before then will be considered abandoned and removed.
  • If you come, make sure to check out the downtown shops and restaurants, but remember that alcohol is not allowed in the park.
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2023 Music in the Park Lineup

May 28 – Local Heroes (rock favorites)

June 2  – The Shawn Riley Band (classic rock/Celtic music)

June 9  – The Ones and the Twos (Motown/dance/rock/R&B)

June 16 – Collision Six (dance/pop)

June 23 – Star Farm (80s tribute band)

June 30 – Theo Gridiron (soul/R&B)

July 14 – Mainstreet Soul (Motown/Top 40/ dance)

July 21 – Steve King & the Dittlies (dance/classic rock)

July 28 – Geff Phillips & Friends (pop/rock)

August 4 – The Randy Brock Group (rock/blues)

August 11 – The Magic Bus (Woodstock-era rock)

August 18 – Sunset Blvd. (80’s hairband rock)

August 25 – Larry Lee & Back in the Day Band (Motown/R&B/pop/soul)

September 1 – Atomic Radio (hip hop/ Top 40/pop/rock)

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