Join us for another year of live music, local vendors, local food and drinks, and family-friendly fun in parks across Boise this summer with The Neighborhood Concert Series!
What is the Neighborhood Concert Series?
This will be the third year of the Neighborhood Concert Series (NCS), where we throw free pop-up concerts in parks around Boise! We partnered with the Morrison Center to create the NCS with the goal of bringing music to you! We want to make live music more accessible by providing free concerts in rotating neighborhoods around Boise so everyone has the chance to hear music this summer without worrying about cost or transportation. Plus, it’s family-friendly so you can bring the whole crew - even your pup!
What can I expect at these events?
What better way to spend a summer evening than kicking back in your neighborhood park, listening to some tunes, and enjoying a cold beverage and local food? Each concert will feature multiple musicians or bands, food trucks, vendors, and, of course, delicious local beer and more drinks from us!
Don’t forget to bring your own cup for draft beverages!
Where Can I catch the live music this summer?
Here is where you can find the upcoming Neighborhood Concert Series events:
June 14 - Sunset Neighborhood - Sunset Park, 5-9 pm
Featuring music by Casey Sheldon & the Homewreckers, JUN, and Connor Jay Liess
June 28- Hillcrest Neighborhood - Phillippi Park, 5-9 pm
Featuring music by Dan Costello, Sean Hatton Band, and Tejano Outlaw
July 12 - Boise Heights Neighborhood - Boise Hills Park, 5-9 pm
Featuring music by Innocent Man, Minor Paradox, and Freeman DeJongh
July 26 - West BenchNeighborhood - Mountain View Park, 5-9 pm
Featuring music by Leta Harris Neustaedter & the Soul Cats, Jesse Blake Rundle, and Damian Rodriguez
August 9 - Liberty Neighborhood - Liberty Park, 5-9 pm
Featuring music by Allegedly, Various Lazy, and Ryan Curtis Band
August 23 - Southeast Neighborhood - Helen B Lowder Park, 5-9 pm
Featuring music by Rebecca Scott Band, Red Light Challenge, and The Turtle Poppers
Anything else I should know?
Parking is limited at most of these parks. Please consider walking or riding your bike.
No outside alcohol is permitted at these events. We will have beer, wine, and cider available to purchase.
These events are all ages and there is no cost to get in. And yes, you can bring your dog too!
Thank you to our partners and sponsors!
These concerts wouldn’t be possible without the partnership we have with our friends at the Morrison Center. This year, we are also excited to welcome St Lukes Health Plan as a sponsor of the Neighborhood Concert Series! Thank you to these groups for making these fun, free events possible.
See you in June!
We can’t wait to party in the parks with you. Keep an eye out for updates on what bands, food trucks, and vendors you can expect to see at each event!