Sunshine and live music go together like peanut butter and jelly. Or, if you don’t like peanut butter and jelly, whatever combination that elicits positive vibes. It’s springtime in Gilbert. The desert is in bloom, and the world is slowly returning to normal. And with normalcy comes gatherings like Gilbert Concerts in the Park. Here’s what you need to know to celebrate safely.
What’s This Gilbert Concerts in the Park You Speak Of?
Gilbert Concerts in the Park is a series of concerts broken down by season – spring, summer, fall, and winter. There've been some ups and downs during the pandemic, but they’ve ironed out all the issues, and the spring concerts adhere to social distancing guidelines while still producing stellar shows with a fun and friendly vibe.
There’s a Lot of Parks in Gilbert. Which One Has These Cool Concerts?
The entire concert series takes place at Gilbert Regional Park off Queen Creek Road, about 5 miles south of your front door.
OK, I’m Interested. When Can I Catch a Show?
The last concert of the spring will be on Friday, May 14, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. The summer concert series lineup will be announced soon!
Speaking of Lineup, Who’s Playing on May 14?
The spring concert series is closing out strong with a special treat – dueling pianos! Arizona pianists Julie Simpson, Johnny Greco, and Ben Murphy will combine their talent, crowd interaction, and comedic chops to bring you a show that will have you laughing and cheering in equal measure.
I’m in! Anything Else I Need to Know?
Moonshots Hot Dogs and Maui Wowi Hawaiian food trucks will be onsite with their delicious menus. Tickets for the event are between $5 to $15 and can be purchased here. Other than that, bring a blanket to sit on and get ready to have a fantastic time!
For more great events happening in and around Gilbert, be sure to check out our Redstone at SanTan Village blog.