NOBLESVILLE, IN (June 12, 2020) – The Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department has released its 2020 Summer Concert Series lineup. The series typically starts in June but due to restrictions on mass gatherings, this year’s annual Thursday night concert series will run July 9 through August 20. The series kicks off with Indiana native Corey Cox at 7 p.m. on July 9 at Dillon Park, 6351 Midland Lane. STAR Bank returns as the presenting sponsor of the series.
The 2020 Summer Concert Series presented by STAR Bank line-up includes:
July 9 Corey Cox
July 16 The Cosmic Situation
July 23 The Nauti Yachtys
July 30 Dave & Rae
Aug. 6 The Doo Band
Aug. 13 Lemon Wheel
Aug. 20 Groove Smash
Like last year, all seven concerts will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday evenings at Dillon Park, where an average of 1,000 people from Noblesville and its surrounding community enjoy each show. The CDC social distancing guidelines will remain in place during the concert series and attendees are asked to plan for those changes, including keeping a distance of six feet from others. The event lawn at Dillon Park has a capacity of 4,000 people, which allows space for attendees to spread out and enjoy the concerts. The City of Noblesville follows the Governor’s Back on Track plan and will continue monitoring for any changes that could impact future events or the concert series.
“We always look forward to the summer concerts, but this year we needed to delay the start of the season and we’re thankful the bands were able to reschedule some dates. We are excited to welcome STAR Bank back again this year and appreciate their generosity and commitment to offering free concerts to the Noblesville community,” said Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett. “The Noblesville Summer Concert Series is the longest running series of its kind in Hamilton County and one of our most popular parks events. This free series allows friends and families alike to enjoy live music accompanied by fun, food and festivities right in their own backyard.”
The annual Noblesville Summer Concert Series is funded 100 percent from donations. In addition to presenting sponsor STAR Bank, the city would like to thank fellow sponsors: Logan Street Signs and Banners, Context Design, Duke Energy, Chris Jensen for Noblesville, Hallmark Orthodontics, Ivy Tech Community College, Kappa Kappa Kappa, and Noblesville City Councilman Greg O’Connor. Those interested in becoming a sponsor and supporting the series may contact Kristi Spehler at (317) 776-6350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Noblesville Parks & Recreation: The Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department manages over 870 acres of parkland in the City of Noblesville, including six developed parks, 275 acres of undeveloped properties and 100 miles of paved trails throughout the community, in addition to two golf courses and the Noblesville Soccer Fields. For more information, visit www.noblesvilleparks.org.