Noblesville Parks’ Summer Concert Series To Kick Off Thursday

Concert Series

The longest running summer concert series of its kind in Hamilton County will kick off Thursday, June 2 at Dr. James Dillon Park, 6351 Midland Lane. The Noblesville Summer Concert Series runs through July 28 and is hosted at the city’s two largest parks.

“This free series allows friends and families alike to enjoy live music accompanied by fun, food and festivities right in their own backyard,” Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett said.

The 2016 concert lineup includes:

  • Dillon Park (6351 Midland Lane): June 2 – Seth Bradley; June 9 – Living Proof; June 16 – CornField Mafia; June 23 – My Yellow Rickshaw; and June 30 – Zanna-Doo.
  • Forest Park (701 Cicero Road): July 7 – Endless Summer; July 14 – Killing Karma; July 21 –Not Your Average Boy Band; and July 28 – Paul Butler as Elvis.

“The parks department takes great pride in the series,” said Assistant Parks Director Mike Hoffmeister. “Each year, these concerts bring in approximately 10,000 people from Noblesville and its surrounding communities to enjoy live entertainment by popular artists performed on an outdoor stage in the beauty of Noblesville’s parks.”

New this year, a beer garden for ages 21 and older will be available at Dillon Park concerts. Scotty’s Brewhouse will be present at the opening show on June 2 and TwoDeep Brewing will be at the June 9, 16, 23 and 30 concerts. Food vendors at all concerts will include Kona Ice, Little Caesars, Wicked Suga, Aspen Creek, and a traditional concession stand run by the parks department.

The Noblesville Summer Concert Series is funded 100 percent from donations and local sponsors including Logan Street Signs and Banners, Hamilton County Tourism, Ivy Tech Community College, Meyer Najem, Duke Energy, McGavic Outdoor Power, Myers Construction, Kroger, Gordon Insurance/Harbour Storage, Pulte Homes and SMC.

Shows are free to the public and guests are welcome to bring their own food and beverages to enjoy while in attendance. All shows begin at 7 p.m. and run to approximately 9 p.m.