Huntsville AL Summer Concerts 2013

By: Huntsville Real Estate Expert Mike Manosky On June 4, 2013

According to the calendar, summer isn’t officially here yet, but Huntsville AL’s summer concerts are! Yes, FREE live music starts this weekend and continues throughout the summer at various venues throughout Huntsville. OurValley Events has put together a great Summer Concert Guide for your convenience which we have included below.

To get you in the mood is the Huntsville Concert Band’s performance of “Americans We” annual summer concerts series in Big Spring Park in 2012.


Let the foot stomping and finger popping begin!

Huntsville Summer Concerts #1: Madison Gazebo Concerts

Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Location: Gazebo in downtown Madison
Cost: FREE
Brought to you by Madison Arts Council. 
What you can bring: blankets, chairs, food, pets on a leash
What will be available: Food will be available for purchase


  • June 6th: The Cadillacs
  • June 13th: The Zooks
  • June 20th: Stand Up Chuck
  • June 27th: Rocket City Chorus/Southern Splendor
  • July 11th: Jimmy Henderson/Winslow Davis
  • July 18th: Mary Justice Lucas with guests Matt Morrow & Emma Klein
  • July 25th: Shane Adkins/Elle Maze
  • August 1st: Rahen Ivey/Slip Jig
  • August 8th: Madison Community Band

Read more about the Madison Gazebo Concerts

Huntsville Summer Concerts #2: Concerts in the Park

Time: 6:30-8pm
Location: Big Spring Park
Cost: FREE
What you can bring: seating, picnic dinners, pets on a leash
Brought to you by The Arts Council and The City of Huntsville



  • June 3rd: Big Daddy Kingfish, JUICE
  • June 10th: Cristina Lynn, Tangled String Band
  • June 17th: Tropical Breeze Steel Band, The Brakers
  • June 24rd: The 911 Reporters, Groove
  • July 1st: Strings of Pearl, Olde Towne Brass
  • July 8th: Jimmy Henderson, Bourbon & Shamrocks
  • July 15th: The Ben Parker Project, DiscOasis
  • July 22nd: U.S. Army Materiel Command Bands
  • July 29th: Step Heavy, Jeff Whitlow and the Old Barn Band
  • August 5th: Winslow Davis, Mambo Gris Gris
  • August 12th: Ashley Smith, Rocket City Jazz Orchestra

Huntsville Summer Concerts #3: Concerts by the River

Time: 6-8pm
Location: Rhodes Ferry Park
Address: 100 Market St Decatur 35601
Cost: FREE
What you can bring: Picnic, blankets, lawn chairs, pets on a leash
What you cannot bring: Alcohol


  • June 3rd: PapaRox
  • June 10th: Dorothy Cole and Friends
  • June 17th: Bimini Road
  • June 24th: Jeff Whitlow and the Old Barn Band
  • July 8th: Taylor McLain/ Madison Community Band
  • July 15th: RadioX
  • July 22th: Ben Parker Project
  • July 29th: Grassy Divide/ Briana Dean
  • August 5th: Reginald Jackson and Friends
  • August 12th: Solid Blue Bluegrass Band/ Christina Lynn
  • August 19th:Tony and the Devastators/ Red-Headed Stepchild
  • August 26th: Rocket City Barbershop Chorus/ Slipjig

Brought to you by the Decatur Parks and Recreation

Huntsville Summer Concerts #4: Folk Mission

Time: Beer and Food Truck at 6:00; Concert at 7:30
Location: Straight to Ale Brewery
Cost: $10
Buy Tickets: Available on the Folk Mission website
What will be available: Come early to purchase beer from Straight to Ale and food from No Brakes Bistro


  • July 13th: Will Kimbrough
  • August 24th: Peter Bradley Adams
  • September 28th: Glen Phillips (of Toad the Wet Sprocket)

Read about the Folk Mission concerts.

Huntsville Summer Concerts #5: Concerts at the Library

Time: 6 – 8pm
Location: Huntsville/Madison County Public Library, Main branch in downtown Huntsville
Cost: FREE


  • June 6th: PowerPoint
  • June 20th: Christina Lynne & Friends
  • July 11th: Dancing with the Library Stars Round One/Rocket City Jazz Orchestra
  • July 25th: Dancing with the Library Stars Round Two/Moondust Big Band
  • August 8th: Maurice & Destiny
  • August 22nd: Ivy Joe Milan & Jim Cavender
  • September 5: To be Announced

Huntsville Summer Concerts #6: City Lights and Stars

Time: Gates open at 6:30pm; Concert at 7:30pm
Location: Burritt on the Mountain
Cost: Advanced tickets-Adults $12/Members $10; Students $8/Student Members $5; At the gate: $15
What you can bring: Picnic, blankets, lawn chairs, alcohol
What you cannot bring: Pets


  • June 14th: Phil Weaver & Friends
  • July 5th: Justin Johnson and Microwave Dave and the Nukes
  • July 26th: Montana Skies
  • August 16th: Doyle Dykes

Huntsville Summer Concerts #7: Jazz Concerts at 3 Caves

Jazz Concert at 3 Caves with Cindy Bradley
Date: June 15th
Time: 7-9pm
Location: Land Trust’s Three Caves
Cost: $20 for Members; $25 for non-members
Tickets: Available on the Land Trust website

Jazz Concert at Three Caves featuring Tom Braxton
Date: July 13th
Time: 7:30-9:30pm
Location: Land Trust’s Three Caves

What you can bring: Chairs, blankets, alcohol, food
What you cannot bring: Pets
Also Available: You can purchase a dinner in advance and it will be waiting for you at the concert

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