Per the City of Gaithersburg: The City’s popular Summer Outdoor Concert Series returns to the Concert Pavilion. Free, family-friendly concerts take place in June, July, and August. Bring a blanket or low-back chair for lawn seating. Children’s Summer Concert Series: Parents & children alike will enjoy a variety of children’s performers on Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m.
- June 7 – Mr. Jon & Friends (Rock & Rhyme Music)
- June 14 – The Grandsons, Jr. (Country Music Duo)
- June 21 – Marsha & the Positrons (Kindie – kids & indie – Rock Band)
- June 28 – Lilo Gonzalez (International Music)
- July 12 – Munit & Z Lovebugs (Family Music)
- July 19 – The Bubbas (Acoustic Music)
- July 26 – Rocknoceros (Tot Rock Music)
- August 2 – Wendy & The Lost Boys (Rock)
Evenings in Olde Towne: Wind down the workday with great music in a casual, outdoor setting on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. New this year, the City is partnering with Saints Row Brewing to include on-site beer sales & food trucks.
- June 8 – Soul Crackers (Motown and Soul)
- June 15 – La Unica Irish Band (Latin America and Irish)
- June 22 – Billy Coulter Band (Rock)
- June 29 – Kiti Gartner & the Drifting Valentines (Country Western)
- July 13 – Karousel (Pop & Originals)
- July 20 – The Breakaways (Alternative Rock, Pop Covers, and Original Songs)
- July 27 – Sol Roots (Blues and Soul)
- August 3 – Seth Kibel Quintet ft. Flo Anito (Jazz, Swing and Klezmer)
- August 10 – Mama Moon & the Rump Shakers (Blues)
Parking in Olde Towne is free. Limited spaces are available at City Hall, the upper parking lot by Wells/Robertson House and at the Community Museum across the train tracks. Limited free parking is also available in the Parking Garage located across Summit Avenue at 112 Olde Towne Avenue. A list of additional short-term parking locations in Olde Towne can be found here.
Concerts are weather-dependent. Check the City’s website or social media for updates. The Summer Concert Series is funded in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC). To discover more about MSAC grants and how they impact Maryland’s arts sector, visit www.msac.org. For more information please contact the Department of Parks, Recreation & Culture.