Open up your calendar. Do it. Right now. PLEASE!
Make sure you don’t have any plans on July 25, August 8, September 12 and September 19, 2019.
If you do, chances are you’ll want to cancel because we’ve mapped our a series of events on the Middle Peninsula that you Do. Not. Want. To. Miss.
Gloucester will host its summer Concerts on the Green on these evenings.
What are Concerts on the Green? Local bands + live performances + Historic Courthouse Circle on Gloucester Main Street = Concerts on the Green.
Here’s the upcoming lineup.
Thursday, July 25, at 6 p.m. – “Lana & Kim”
Lana Puckett and Kim Person perform a variety of music including Americana, contemporary and acoustic folk. These gals both have their own unique vocal style as well as play a variety of instruments. Kim plays keyboards and acoustic guitar and Lana plays acoustic guitar, electric, and pedal steel guitar.
Thursday, August 8, at 6 pm – “Those Guys”
A band made up of four musically talented gentlemen, these guys will make you want to sing and dance until you can’t. If you’re lucky, the band may play some of their favorite tunes from performers like Jimmy Buffet and the Avett Brothers.
Thursday, September 12, at 6 pm – “BROADway Babes”
Broadway music? In Gloucester? That’s right! BROADway Babes perform all your favorite tunes from the big stage. Get ready to sing, dance and laugh all evening long.
Thursday, September 19, at 6 pm – “Something Different”
A father-daughter team that loves to preform for everyone, specializing in easy listening and popular music that spans over several generations. Some of their favorite artists include Frank Sinatra, Adele, Elton John and Jason Mraz.
These free concerts are held on the beautiful grassy, Court Green at 6509 Main Street.
Bring a chair or blanket (no seating provided) and even a picnic! Please note that no alcohol is permitted on County Property.
Bring the kids and the grandparents as everyone will enjoy this music.
In case of rain call the concert PlayLine at 804-693-5811 for updates. Most concerts will move into the Colonial Courthouse during inclement weather.
Looking to do something before the concert starts?
Come early and go three miles from the concert location to Beaverdam Park and enjoy a walk on one of the many trails, or spend the afternoon kayaking on the reservoir. Rent a kayak there or bring your own.
You can also spend the evening taking a stroll down Main Street, which is where the Court Green is located.
Here, in Virginia’s oldest living village, take in the freshly painted community mural that celebrates the waterways, and watermen, of the Middle Peninsula.
If you’re hungry before or after the show, stop in and dine at the many restaurants along Main Street, choosing from classic American fare, sushi, diner classics, locally sourced seafood and more. Want to listen and eat at the same time? Swing into Kelsick Specialty Market and grab some grub to go.
For more information call 804-693-2355.