Chester Park Summer Concert Series 2011

Finally a Tuesday evening nice enough, and I can hear the band over in the bowl warming up from my deck.

City of Duluth Parks and Recreation, KQDS Radio and the Chester Bowl Improvement Club present the 29th annual Chester Creek Concert Series, Tuesday nights from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Chester Bowl Park. Admission is free.

June 28: Pot Bellied Stallions (Variety)
July 5: Circuit Breakers (Rock/Pop)
July 12: Rock a Billy Revue (Country rock)
July 19: Déjà vu Drifters (American roots)
July 26: Bill and Kate Isles (Folk)
Aug 2: Sh-Boom (50s and 60s Show Band)
Aug 9: Sweet Grass (Folk)
Aug. 16: Fish-heads (Bluegrass)

3 Comments

Wes Scott

about 11 years ago

It's things like this that make Duluth great.
It's a wonderful city that should be a model for others.

zra

about 11 years ago

...if only they would bring in some fresh music.

ruby2sd4y

about 11 years ago

Well, get some of them Homegrowner's to volunteer an evening of music, one each week throughout summer. 

Heck, it'd be cool to have music every night in summer from the park. Encouraging more family and neighbour(hood) activities - you know - back to the basics socializing (offline). 

It'd be nice for young kids to see too, or aspiring up n coming new musicians. 

For that matter, how about movies in Chester Park - like locally made indie movies, by anyone, or a compilation night, of different directors. 

There is so much  more that could be happening in that park on that stage. Even if musicians all showed up say wed nights n had acoustic jams, or sing-a-longs! 

Aspiring comics or Slam Poets, fire twirlers, magicians, story tellers (or readers - like having a local celeb read aloud some book). Backgammon, chess, checkers, cards, cribbage, horseshoes, croquet(!), or game night. Nature walks, tennis tourneys, soccer games, flag football, canoeing/kayaking, Learn to press apples or stuff about gardening/composting/recycling, etc... (now expound on this by season and all categories you can imagine)

Duluth has all these parks, there could be so much more going on in each one - reviving them, and their neighbourhoods. And educating.

Activities and possibilities galore!

I concur zra.

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