Summer Concert Series

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  1. Family Concerts
  2. Children's Shows
  3. Afternoon Children's Shows

Performances will be held on Tuesday evenings on the beautiful Burlington Town Common from 6:30 to 8 pm.  Unless otherwise noted, all performers are sponsored by the Burlington Parks & Recreation Department in partnership with the Simonds Trust.  In the event of inclement weather, check the status of the concert by visiting one of our social media platforms.  A decision will generally be posted by 3 pm.

The Continentals: June 27 sponsored by Northeastern

For over four decades, the Continentals have rocked out across New England!  Head on down to the common for their pop-rock style of music!

Trooper Dan: July 11 sponsored by The School of Rock

Daniel has been performing ever since he was a young boy. Introduced to stage performances by his parents at 5 years old he began a journey to develop into the great entertainer he is today. Owing his style to not only years of training but learning from those great performers who created the world of entertainment, performance, and music.

The Cactus Gang: July 18 sponsored by The School of Rock 

Cactus Gang was formed in 2013, and in their inaugural year, was nominated for Horizon Award as Band of the Year.  They were finalists again in 2014, and in 2016, won the pinnacle of awards as NECMA Best Country Band.  They play a great mix of country music which consist of today's modern country hits, covering artists such as Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Jake Owen, Luke Combs, and Kenny Cheney, as well as popular artists from the past two decades, Toby Keith, Brooks & Dunn, Tim McGraw, Garth Brooks, and sprinkle in some old school favorites such as Randy Travis, Johnny Cash, and Willie Nelson.

4 EverFab: July 25 sponsored by The School of Rock 

4EverFab was conceived in 2012, but their first live performance was in 2013.  Since then, they have played more than 200 shows.  2022 marks their tenth year together, still with the four original founding members.  They have played at some pretty amazing venues including the Plainridge Park Casino, the Cabot. St. Theater, the Stonewood Tavern, the Simple Man Saloon and the Topsfield Fair.

Moose Juice: August 1 sponsored by The School of Rock 

Moose Juice plays the best of Grateful Dead with some pretty impressive surprises!!  No performance is the same, you will never know what they will play next.

Jumpin Juba: August 8 sponsored by The School of Rock 

As JumpinJuba's lead guitarist and vocalist, Steve Hurl has been performing full time since the 1990s.  His techniques give the band a full, layered sound.  He is backed up by the solid bass-playing of Jim Gildea, the expert drumming of Paul Giovine, and keyboardist Lerne Palumbo. The repertoire is always evolving-- it's a diverse mix of blues-y classic rock, pop, old school jazzy R&B, folk-rock, and other music of the Americas, including flavors of reggae, Tex-Mex, soca and Latin styles.