Waukegan, IL, March 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- How to unplug and spend more quality time with family and friends this summer? The 2014 Summer Saturdays lakefront concert season (FB: WAUKSummerSAT) brings a variety of musical talent to Stiner Pavilion - Lake County’s only outdoor performance venue situated on Lake Michigan.
The popular “Summer Saturdays” lakefront concert series is presented by Waukegan Arts District in cooperation with The City of Waukegan at Stiner Pavilion – Waukegan Municipal Beach on Saturday evenings running June 7 – September 13th. Follow Stiner Pavilion – Waukegan Municipal Beach on Reverbnation or SongKick for venue information, schedules and show details.
June 7: The Saturday Giant: Indie Pop
June 14: BoneWhiskey: Steampunk Country
June 28: David Dallison & Friends: R&B/Blues/Classic Rock
July 12: JP Super Show: Motovune, Brothers go Forth, Disregarded Stars: Midwestern Americountry
July 26: Villains Company: Rock
Aug 2: Mosquitoe Art & Music Festival: Mixed Genre*
Aug 9: Crooked Moon: Rock/Blues/Jam
Aug 23: Crazy Rocket Fuel w/ Doghouse Flowers: Rockabilly/Vintage Honky Tonk
Sept 6: Blitzcreek: Classic Rock
Sept 13: Howard And The White Boys: Blues/Rock/Funk
Show Times: All concerts start at 7pm, weather permitting. *Festivals may have different start times. Gates open at 6pm at 201 East Seahorse Drive, Waukegan, IL 60085. Ticket prices (cash only): Military: $3/Public: $5/Double Bill: $8/Festivals: $10 per person and include free parking and all-day beach access. Kids 12 – Under Free. Season passes available. No City Sticker required. On-site concessions are available for purchase through CherDan Events (cash only).
How to Get to Stiner Pavilion: Getting to Stiner Pavilion is convenient and affordable with numerous transit alternatives such as Metra (Union Pacific North Line), Pace, ZipCar, and Uber to name several. For those traveling to the area, many Waukegan hotels offer shuttle service.
About Waukegan Arts District:
Waukegan Arts District, a non-profit corporation, aims to create and support sustainable arts-based micro-economies through education, community outreach, and arts-based entertainment programming that creates revenue opportunities for artists while supporting local commerce and tourism.
Jen Moore, Vice President & Spokesperson, 847-757-7562