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Music in the Park
2016 Summer Concert Series 
Music In The Park provides a variety of entertainment on selected Friday nights. There's no admission charge, so bring lawn chairs, blankets, picnic baskets, friends and neighbors for a free evening of music, entertainment and relaxation.

If you're not in the mood to cook dinner, there are food items and dessert for sale on site starting at 6:30 p.m. Performers often have CDs, T-shirts and other items for sale, so bring cash if you're in the mood to shop for a souvenir.

Pfluger Park
515 City Park Road 
         
The family dog is allowed to attend, but must be kept on a leash while in the park, under the owner's control at all times.
 Music in the Park 2016



Friday, June 10
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Crystal Yates

Crystal Yates

As a child growing up in the
tiny town of Niceville, FL, this
McKinney, TX transplanted 
country singer-songwriter couldn't
avoid the twangy sounds of 
country music even if she
wanted to. "My mom says I
could sing 'Why Don't You 
Love Me?' by Hank Williams
before I could say my ABCs."
She performs with her guitar-
player husband, Bill.

Crystal is an
ASCAP and Dove award-nominated
songwriter, Winner 2014 Texaco
Country Showdown
Latest album debuted at #13
on iTunes
Produced by Grammy winner
Charlie Peacock

She has opened for and/or
performed with:
Deana Carter, Joe Ely,
Sam Baker, Martina McBride,
Leann Rimes, Neal McCoy
and Luke Wade

Friday, June 24
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

BillyRay Sheppard

BillyRay Sheppard

BillyRay Sheppard, saxophonist
 from San Antonio, is one of the
first-call smooth jazz
performers in the area. He has been
performing since the 1980s.
BillyRay's musical roots run deep,
with earliest experiences in blues,
R&B, reggae, Latin, Tejano and
country bands.

It's his love for music
that keeps him grounded
and his love for jazz that keeps
him performing. With his rich, warm
soulful tone and 6-piece band,
he has made a name for himself.

BillyRay has shared the stage with
Ray Charles, Julio Iglesias, Willie
Nelson, Roy Hargrove, 
The Dirty Dozen Band, Johnny Bush
and many more. 

Friday, July 8
                  7:30 - 9:30 p.m.                 


El Tulé

El tule

El Tulé is for those who love
to dance, feel good and enjoy the 
positive expression of music.
El Tulé's music is about history,
art and culture, often focusing on
legends and tales of the mystical.

The band's high-energy show
has brought them to festivals and
venues across the country,
including SXSW, Tropical Heatwave,
First Night Austin, Old Settlers
Music Festival, Pachanga Fest,
Pecan Street Festival,
Austin Reggae Festival and
Xemumba World Music Fest.

Members include:
Shephen Selvey, Max Garza,
Joseph Ledesma, Michael Penic,
Yonnel Augustin, Mateo Turner,
Tracy Chavez Dell and
John Dell



 


Friday, July 22
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Charlie Pierce &
Choctaw Wildfire

Choctaw Wildfire

A unique mix of honky-tonk roots, 
boogie-woogie soul, and the darkest
of Americana sensibility,
this Austin, TX piano band led by
pianist and songwriter
Charlie Pierce is setting the
scene on fire.

Choctaw Wildfire has quickly
become one of the Austin
area's must-see acts. The
Austin Chronicle called them a
2015 "Best New Local Act."

Fanning the flames are back-beat
sevant Leland Porter
(The Derailers, Rose Flores,
Dale Watson), Bob Cullen on
Johnny Rodriguez) and
two-time Grammy winning
Jeffrey Barnes (Brave Combo).





Friday, August 5
 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.  

John Gaar Band
 
John Gaar

The John Gaar Band comes at you
with full-forced Southern-infused
Roots Rock with soul-stirring
vocals, signature raunchy guitars,
wailing organs, epic hooks, killer
rhythm, clever lyrics and superb
story-telling. His distinctive sound
embraces multiple eras and genres,
including blues, rock, country, folk,
Americana and jazz.

John Gaar and his all-star band offer
a wall of sound with four-part
harmonies and intricate arrangements
that you don't see in live performances
every day. From original songs
to melancholy ballads, to gospel
sounds and organ crunch, this will
be a night of music you won't
want to miss!

     
           
Rescheduled / Rainout on 8/19:
New date is Friday, September 9
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
           
Glen Collins & The Alibis

Glen Collins and the Alibis

Glen Collins & the Alibis are a
Texas dance hall band featuring
Glen Collins on vocals and 
rhythm guitar. 

The musicians are a throwback to the
old dance hall days with their
Western attire and a set list
featuring all the great
traditional Country & Western
Swing tunes that the
dancers around Central Texas 
crave and move to.

Band members are:
Paul Schlesinger - fiddle,
electric mandolin and vocals
Roy Carroll - steel guitar
and vocals
J.C. George - bass guitar
and vocals
Jim Bowles - drums and vocals

                      


           
 

      

Friday, September 2
7:30 - 10 p.m.

Relocated to Green Red Barn,
901 Old Austin Hutto Road

                       
Movie In The Park
"Grease" Sing-Along

Grease


Grease is the Word!
Plan to gather the family
for a pfree night out
with a classic movie
to start off your
Labor Day weekend.

(Rated PG)

In keeping with the music
theme, we are bringing back
this popular film.
You'll know the lyrics.
Dress for the Costume Contest!

Movie time approximately
8:30 p.m.

View more details.

Friday, September 16
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Savion
           
Savion Wright

A Galveston native who grew up
in Jasper, TX, Savion Wright first
started bass lessons at age 8.
Since then he's learned to play
the piano, ukulele, saxophone,
harmonica and mandolin.
To top it off, he's a talented whistler!

As a two-time contestant on FOX's
"American Idol," Savion made the 
Top 48 in 2014 and the Top 12 Guys
in 2015. He then embarked on a
regional U.S. tour.

With a a plethora of genres under his
belt - pop, rock, alternative, and
reggae - he has been likened to artists
like Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars,
Adam Levine and Michael Jackson.

 
Food and Drink Vendors
                      
Don't want to cook
dinner or pack
a picnic? No worries -
food, non-alcoholic drinks
and summer desserts are
available at the
concert site!


  Food sales begin at 6:30 p.m.

Please bring cash,
though some vendors accept
debit or credit cards.
           
Want to be a food or
drink vendor?
Space is limited.

Call 512-990-6113
or email:



For more information:

Pamela Cosel, Marketing & Special Events Coordinator

512-990-6113 | 100 East Main St., Suite 200  |  email: