In a venue like no other, this free concert series takes place at Heritage Park overlooking Lake Michigan and the Algoma City Marina.
The natural sloping amphitheater welcomes you to bring your chairs and blankets and relax while enjoying carry-in food and beverages, or enjoy von Stiehl Wine and Ahnapee Beer at our cash bar.
Algoma Concerts in the Park 2022
7 P.m. Heritage Park (Off The City Marina)
August 18: Del Ray’s
The Del Ray’s have performed with national acts such as; Sha-Na-Na; the Crystals; Bobby Vee; Fabian; the Fireballs; Bill Hailey’s Comet’s; Chubby Checker; the Buckingham’s, Loving Spoonful, the Romantics, and others.
Learn more about the Del Ray’s: Website
Bands are subject to change. Please watch Facebook for weather related event cancellations/modifications.
June 30: Stephen Cooper and the Nobody Famous
2021 Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Best Horn Band of the Year!
Soul. Rhythm and Blues. The words conjure romantic images of dancers dripping in sweat, swaying slowly to infectious Motown grooves, Staxx and Chess chart toppers oozing from the bandstand with an intensity so real it broke your heart.
Tender ballads peppered with swirling keyboards and scorching barnburners precisely punctuated by a ruthless horn section – these songs had you on your feet before the singer even started. The times have changed and music has moved on, but the feeling remains. The Nobody Famous promises this feeling will sustain.
Food concessions: Freshly grilled hamburgers for $5; hotdogs for $3; and water, lemonade, & chips each $1 served by the Algoma United Methodist Church (AUMC). AUMC will also hold a bucket raffle to raise money for the Weekend Backpack Program which provides supplemental food to food insecure children and families in Algoma.
July 7: Big Mouth & The Power Tool Horns
Big Mouth has been a a crowd-pleaser for over 25 years playing R & B, Horn Band Favorites, Funk and Big Band Music. Big Mouth was originally formed by Jay Whitney in 1980 in and around Flint, Michigan.
A new Big Mouth was formed in Door County in 1990, with the Power Tool Horns added in the mid 90’s.
July 14: Modern Day Drifters
Playing over 50 years of country hits and all time favorites as well as our own originals.
Learn more about Modern Day Drifters: Facebook
July 21: Copper Box
Fronted by Danny and Michelle Jerabek, Copper Box is a genre-bending celebration of fusion roots rock that channels the rowdy communal feel of a small-town party with their refreshing, gutsy, americana sound of artists like the legendary Esteban Jordan (the Jimi Hendrix of the accordion), Doug Sahm, Clifton Chenier, Los Lobos, and CCR…a must see!
July 28: Badgergrass
Badgergrass formed in 2014 by John Abbott in Green Bay Wisconsin to evoke a rare moment in American music in the late 1930s, when traditional styles came together, as they endearingly put it, to flow as one river and create American popular music on radio.
The first decades of the last century will long be heralded as the blossom of American music and creation of now, old treasures. That period continues to inspire many a band. Badgergrass specializes in the tight and lovely harmonies of authentic bluegrass, old country and early radio.
Their shows combine a fresh take on bluegrass, mountain music, country heart-breakers, gospel and fancy picking.
August 4: New Dixie Ramblers
Learn more about New Dixie Ramblers: Facebook
August 11: Conscious Pilot
512 Lake St.