O'Fallon Jammin' Concerts in Park Begin Next Week

The season kicks off on Tuesday, June 5 with Trixie Delight performing at Civic Park.

O’Fallon's free summer concerts in the park begin next week at .

The have new hours this season and are scheduled to run from 6:30 – 9 p.m. on Tuesday evenings, June through August.

Residents are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets to enjoy the sounds of local bands this summer. According to a news release from the city, coolers are welcome but they are subject to inspection.

The season kicks off on Tuesday, June 5 with performing rock ‘n roll dance music.

Concert goers can also enjoy concessions and an ADA-accessible playground,  Jammin’ is sponsored by the O’Fallon Parks and Recreation Department with support from local businesses.

O'Fallon Jammin' Concert Schedule:

  • June 5 Trixie Delight: Rock ‘n roll dance music
  • June 12 Back in the Saddle: Country music
  • June 19 The Others: Rock and country variety
  • June 26 and the O’Fallon Community Concert BandPatriotic Music; Vocalist Kathy Lawton-Brown will perform with the concert band. 
  • July 3 No Jammin’ concert – Enjoy country music at the tonight.
  • July 10 Well Hungarians: Contemporary country
  • July 17 Laytham & Holmes Duo: Blues, funk, Motown, pop and soul
  • July 24  Seven Bridges Road: Eagles tribute band
  • July 31 O’Fallon Jazz Band and the O’Fallon Community Concert Band: Jazz, Big Band, pops, movie and show tunes, marches
  • Aug. 7 Ticket to The Beatles: Beatles tribute band
  • Aug. 14 Stray Bullet: Rock n' Roll
  • Aug. 21 Vote for Pedro: Popular music                             

For more information, visit the city's website, call 636- 379-5614, or email mseymour@ofallon.mo.us.



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