Food, Fun, Music & $1 Popcorn!

Brought to you by One91 Community Education & the City of Burnsville. 

Enjoy the sounds of music in the natural amphitheater setting of the park. There's ample parking with easy access to the venue. Gather the family, grab a blanket or folding chairs and settle in. 

Bring a food donation - Get a Free Drink
Help the Making Our Moms Successful program by bringing a nonperishable food item to any concert. We'll trade you for a Pepsi product to enjoy during the show. 

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Activities at 6 pm followed by Concerts at 7 pm
Civic Center Park in Burnsville Just east of Nicollet Avenue between 130th & 134th Street. 

 

To learn more about the bands, click on the band name. 

  
                             

 

   July 11 Riverside Rockets Early Rock and Roll

Hosted by the City of Burnsville
Early Rock ‘N Roll at its finest. Playing the hits that keep your party rockin’! Guitar, upright bass, and drums. Expect to hear Elvis, Chuck Berry, The Stray Cats and original music. Bring your dancin' shoes.
          

 




 

July 18 Alma Andina Latin Band

Hosted by the City of Burnsville
A traditional band from Chile that plays folk music from the Andes mountains and Latin America using traditional instruments such as Pan Flutes, Charango (South American Mandolin), and drums, among others... combining tropical rhythms with those instruments such as Salsa, Cumbia, Reggaeton, and other sounds from around the world.


July 25 Rock It Man Entertainment
Hosted by the City of Burnsville
Two pianos, two microphones and two skilled entertainers ready to take your requests, leads to one memorable, interactive  night of music! 

 





 

August 1 We Are The Willows

Hosted by One91 Community Education
Kickin' off August concerts with an all ages kickball game and wood carving demos by the Burnsville Seniors at 6 pm, followed by...

 

We Are The Willows is an orchestral indie rock       

band featuring countertenor voice, guitar, banjo,violin, cello, bass, drums and keys. They craft dynamic, intimate songs with instruments and voices combining to create energetic rhythms and intricate melodies.
With the release of Picture (Portrait) Parts 1 & 2 they toured across North America
and appeared in festivals including SXSW 2015.

They’ve received praise from NPR, the BBC,USA Today, Buzzfeed, and 89.3 The Current.






 

August 8 A Night at THE GARAGE 

Hosted by The Burnsville Youth Collaborative and The EDGE
Tours of THE GARAGE starting at 6 pm followed by...Early Eyes. (Opening band to be announced.)

 

Early Eyes popped onto the local music scene in 2016 and are currently considered one of the best up-and-coming bands in town. Their infectious, feel good sound landed them on the ballot for Best New Band 2018 at City Pages.
You'll find them playing gigs in the main room at First Ave and may hear them on local radio stations like The Current and Radio K. 
(Photo Credit Facebook.com/EarlyEyesBand)

THE GARAGE is an all ages music venue operated by Twin Cities Catalyst Music in partnership with District One91 CE and the City of Burnsville. It’s a one-of-a-kind, vibrant music hub where young people practice, perform and learn all aspects of the music industry from artists and music professionals. 

 




 

 

August 15 Family Fest Featuring The High 48

Hosted by One91 Early Childhood Programs and Project KIDS                                    

Activities for all ages start at 6 pm. Including log rolling, ‘cold play’, photo booth and instrument crafting.

Information fair and registration for fall Early Childhood programs.
Stay for the music at 7 pm with The High 48s. They'll include a short introduction to bluegrass for kids, with live musical demonstrations and maybe even some audience participation. Don't worry, they won't make you play the banjo!

 

 

The High 48s make music that combines the 

 soulful sound of classic bluegrass with a modern attitude, original songs and a wide range of influences far beyond Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, and Flatt and Scruggs. In a genre created and dominated by artists from the South, The High 48s were born and raised in the Upper Midwest. And in a music scene where playing standards is the norm, The High 48s are a band of songwriters who perform their own material in addition to the “festival favorites.”

 







 

In the event of rain concerts will be presented at Diamondhead Education Center, 200 West Burnsville Parkway. Decisions regarding change in venue will be determined by 4 pm on the day of the show. Change in venue will be announced on Facebook and Twitter. 


Contact: Tom Umhoefer