The Gold Hill Mesa neighborhood will again host free concerts open to the community on select Saturday evenings in June, July, August, and September! Concerts take place from 4-7 PM and there will be food vendors as well. For more information and a schedule of musicians, check out their Facebook page.
summer concerts 2018
The park in front of the Cinemark Theater at First and Main Town Center will again host free concerts for summer 2018! Concerts will be held on Fridays in June. Stay tuned to their Facebook page for the schedule and weather updates.
The Pikes Peak Blues Association will again be doing their Paint the Town Blue summer concert series on selected Thursdays at Thorndale Park (Uintah and 24th St.). The concerts run from 5:30-7:30 PM and you can see the full schedule of artists and get more info here.
Concerts in the Park returns to Limbach Park in Monument starting June 5th. There will be free concerts at the band stand from 7 to 9 PM on Wednesdays through July 31st (excluding July 3rd). Bring your own chairs and blankets. The 2019 lineup has not yet been announced, but you can get all of the details available here.
The address for Limbach Park is 151 Front Street in Monument.
The Pikes Peak Jazz and Swing Society will be presenting a number of free concerts this summer in locations such as Bear Creek Regional Park and Fountain Creek Regional Park! Check out their full schedule of concerts on their website.
The annual Woodland Music Series continues this summer in Woodland Park, with seven free concerts taking place on select Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings in June, July, August, and September. The lineup of artists is on their website, along with the location of each concert (some are at Ute Cultural Center and some are at Midland Park).
Colorado Springs City Auditorium is again doing Summer Sacklunch Serenades this year: watch a silent film, accompanied by the music of the1927 Wurlitzer theater pipe organ at noon on Thursdays from May through August. You can bring your own lunch to this event (in the past, they’ve had specials that you could purchase for $5 as well).
See the full schedule and get more info here – click on the links for the monthly calendar to get information. The City Auditorium is located at 221 E. Kiowa Street and you can call (719) 385-5969 for more information.
The Friends of Monument Valley Park organization will present free outdoor concerts on three Monday evenings in July! Bring your own chairs or blankets and a picnic, or they’ll also have food trucks on site. Get the lineup of artists here. According to the Convention and Visitors Bureau, the concerts will be held at Monument and Mesa Streets, or as the concert organizer describes it, the lawn west of the Fine Arts Center.