Concerts “Not in the Park” Series

What is the Concert Not in the Park Series?

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The Town of Frisco is proud to continue the tradition of Concerts in the Park during our “new normal” by bringing together great music for a great cause during our free concert series, which will largely be live broadcast from Ten Mile Music Hall in 2020. These concerts feature great up-and-coming musical talent, as well as well-loved favorites. You’ll hear everything from country to jazz to Americana/bluegrass to good ole’ rock-n-roll.

All concerts will be on Thursdays from 5:30pm – 7:30pm, from June 25, 2020 through August 20, 2020.

Why the Move to Live Streaming for 2020?

Summit Public Health Orders allow for gatherings of 10 people or less currently to slow the spread of COVID-19, and Summit’s Roadmap to Recovery moves gatherings to 50 people or less if Summit County can meet specific public health milestones in the next few months. This means that this year’s Concert in Park Series needs to look a lot different in order to meet public health guidelines and have a profoundly positive impact on keeping us all healthy.

We love this tradition and wanted to support musicians, Ten Mile Music Hall, and local non-profits so we decided to be creative and flexible. We still need a little of the “old normal” to be part of the “new normal”. There will also still be an opportunity to support local non-profits (more to come on that), and now you can join us from your own beautiful lawn!

How to Watch:

You can tune in to all of the Concerts Not in the Park via livestream on the following Town of Frisco social media accounts:

Can I Attend?

Possibly. As a means of fundraising, each of our nonprofit partners will be allowed to sell a limited number tickets each week. Prices will be set by the nonprofit for that week and tickets can be purchased directly from that organization.

2020 Concerts Not in the Park – Music & Non-Profit Lineup

 Thursday Date Musical Act Local Non-Profit Beneficiary Musical Sample
June 25 Big Hooray Bluegrass Family &  Intercultural Resource Center Big Hooray Bluegrass Band photo
July 2 New Family Dog Summit Musicians Relief Fund
July 9 The Sweet Lillies Summit Community Care Clinic
July 16 Saucy Bs Mountain Mentors Saucy Bs band photo
July 23 Harry Baxter Band High Country Conservation Center
July 30 The Beloved Invaders Rotary Club of Summit County
August 6 40 Ounces To Freedom Timberline Adult Day Services
August 13 Eric James Groove Conspiracy Family &  Intercultural Resource Center Eric James Groove Conspiracy Photo
August 20 Analog Son Summit County Preschool