Join us for the annual free concerts in Azalea Park where the Rotary Club of Brookings-Harbor operates its Snack Shack.
The club built the Snack Shack and restrooms as a donation to the city park. It operates the Snack Shack during the free outdoor concerts of the American Music Festival during the summer.
This year's eight concerts are all at 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoons. Admission is free.
Opening the series will be the Celtic music of Molly’s Revenge on June 7. The group has been a crowd-pleaser in past AMF concerts.
The folk and rock music of Keith Greeninger is up next on June 28. He is a former winner of the national song writing competition at the Telluride Blue Grass Festival.
On July 12, the Evolution Jazz Band of the Oregon Coast Lab Band will be on the stage. The jazz band is the senior group of the Coos Bay-based band.
The BluesBox Bayou Band will be back for an AMF encore on July 26, presenting their energetic zydeco and blues music.
A different kind of blues – hot blues – will be the sound on Aug. 9 with the Craig Allen Blues Band from Klamath Falls.
The music changes to rock and pop sounds with Mr. J on Aug. 23.
Two AMF crowd favorites from Humboldt County will be back to end up the AMF series.
On Aug. 30, the performers will be Ukesperience, a red hot ukelele band.
On Sept. 13, the always zany Humboldt State Marching Lumberjacks will be back in Azalea Park.