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5 open-air concerts you can’t miss at the Triangle this summer

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As the heat is approaching and the summer can become suffocating, outdoor activities are becoming more common, which many people enjoy, and in order for you to be able to entertain yourself and have a good time in addition to the natural ventilation, we tell you which you are the open- Air concerts not to be missed in 2022 in the Triangle area. Another advantage is that these options are free, so you can take your family without having to spend on tickets, you can also go alone or agree on a date or go with friends.

Summer Concert Series at Pullen Park and Fletcher Park Beginning May 15, Recreation and Cultural Resources will host a series of concerts at both Fletcher Park and Pullen Park Amusements.

But don’t be discouraged, the concerts will continue until July. At Fletcher Park (820 Clay Street) you can enjoy WAG on July 17th and Thelonius on August 14th. There is still time at Pullen Park (520 Ashe Avenue, Raleigh) to enjoy Buckshot Betty on July 10th and the Raleigh Concert Band on July 31st. All events start at 6:00 p.m. mine are all on sunday.

Check out this post on Instagram A post shared by The Raleigh Concert Band (@raleighconcertband) will surely enjoy. All days start with Dj Travis Gales at 19:00 and after his participation the main band performs around 20:00. Events are held in Durham Central Park, which has restrooms in the center back and is wheelchair accessible. Also, parking next to the park is free. You can find food trucks, beer and other items in the area.

The artists who will direct the remaining performances are: July 1: Wesley Noog and Roda Jardim Suspenso July 28: Shana Tucker’s An Evening With Sade August 5: Sacred Steel with Charlie Hunter ft Wendy Hickman September 2: Gaby Moreno October 7th: Tribute to Earth Wind and Fire View this post on Instagram A post shared by MyFavoriteDJnc & Photography (@myfavoritedjnc) Bands, Bites and Boats From April to October you can enjoy these outdoor events that, as in the previous case, take place every first Friday of the month and are free of charge. The only difference and why it’s one of the outdoor concerts you can’t miss in the Triangle area this summer is that you can enjoy it from a boat on the lake. However, if you don’t fancy the water, you can also enjoy the event on land, where you’ll find a brewery and food trucks.

The concerts take place at The Bond Park Boathouse at 801 High House Road in Cary. We’re announcing upcoming dates: July 1: Currie Clayton (from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.) August 5: Garland Mason (from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.) September 2: Paige King Jongson (from 5:00 p.m : October 7th: Jake Potter (5pm-7pm) Check out this post on Instagram A post shared by Garland Mason (@garlandmason12) , NC Find a local market at these free events, Activities for children and of course live music.

The day starts at 5pm, although concerts start an hour later and all activities last until 8pm. Here are the upcoming presentations: July 2nd: XOXOK July 9th: Will Easter & the Nomads July 16th: Django Haskins July 23rd: Bella Nonna July 30th: Colin Cutle August 6th: Josh Moore August 13th: Tan & Sober Gentlemen August 20th: Streak of Tigers August 27th: Caique Vidal & Batuque Outdoor concerts not to be missed this summer in the triangle area, we bring you this event organized by Wake Forest and Downtown Wake Forest. The event will take place on South White Street in Wake Forest from 6pm to 9pm.

In addition to live music, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s campus offers beer and free parking. Alcohol is banned, according to their website, although there is a place to buy it within the event. And yes, you can bring blankets and beach chairs. Upcoming performances include: July 15th: Love Trive August 12th: The Brickhouse Band September 9th: Crush Tell us what you think of these picks and which concert you’re most looking forward to.

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