Bring the whole family to enjoy free music concerts in UA. The annual Music in the Park program begins in June, and all concerts are at the Amelita Mirolo Barn from 7-8:30 pm. This year we’ve added a special concert on the Green at Kingsdale to kick off the 4th of July weekend. Below is the schedule, along with links to the band websites to hear some of their music.
June 9: New Basics Brass Band
New Basics Brass Band layers jazz, R&B, New Orleans funk, and groove sounds to produce party music that’s fun for the whole family. Visit their website
June 16: Fourth Avenue
High energy a cappella quartet entertains audiences with a variety of familiar favorites from different eras, as well as catchy original music. Visit their website
June 23: Floorwalkers
Garage soul music and a local favorite, as voted by the 614 readers poll. Visit their site.
June 30: Apple Bottom Gang
Hillbilly, honky-tonk, country and western music, played with a wink and a smile. Visit their site
July 7: Conspiracy
Enjoy swing to funk to soul and more with one of the best party bands in the region. Visit their site
July 14: Camp Rock
UA Arts Academy’s Camp ROCK culminates with a student performance showcasing what they have mastered over their week learning from some of Columbus’s top musicians. Find out more
July 21: Jazz in July
The Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Commission and UA Arts invite you to the annual Jazz in July Reception and Concert. Mingle with musicians of the Columbus Jazz Orchestra while enjoying drinks and light refreshments. Byron Stripling, will be the guest conductor for the evening. Visit their website
Kick off the annual Upper Arlington July 4th celebration with a special concert on the Green at Kingsdale with
July 1: Mojo Flo
MojoFlo brings their popular Neo-Funk sound to the Green at Kingsdale on July 1 for a special Friday show right in the heart of UA. Visit their website
A great community deserves great art and we would like to thank our Music in the Parks sponsors FCBank, the City of Upper Arlington, the Cultural Arts Commission, Sunny 95, WCBE, the Ohio Arts Council, Huffman’s Market and PageTech Limited. Their generous support makes community events like this possible.