2018 Summer Concert Series

presented by the City of Dunwoody

Date Band Style Music info
May 12 Sunset Ride Classic Rock www.facebook.com/Sunset-Ride
May 26 Wasted Potential Brass Band New Orleans Party Band www.wpbb-atl.com
June 9 Peachtree Peppers Modern Rock &

Red Hot Chili Peppers Tribute

www.facebook.com/ThePeachtreePeppers
June 23 Heather Gillis Band Rock – Roots www.heathergillisband.com
July 7 Wren and the Wravens Retro Soul www.wrenandthewravens.com
July 21 Honeyboy and Boots Americana www.honeyboyandboots.com

If you’re looking for local music this summer, the search is over. The Dunwoody Nature Center Summer Concert Series is back again! Brought to you by the City of Dunwoody, the 2018 concert series will feature a brand new lineup of six up-and-coming bands that will keep the Meadow jamming all summer long.

Join us every other Saturday evening from May 12th to July 21st for concerts featuring a variety of musical styles. Concerts typically run from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, but seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Arrive early to set up your blanket or folding chairs and enjoy a peaceful picnic in the shade. No matter where you grab a seat, in the beautiful meadow or on the back porch, you’ll always have a great view.

For adult concertgoers, the Dunwoody Nature Center will feature a rotating selection of craft beers chosen specifically for the evening’s show. We will also have cold waters and other beverages available.

As always, the concerts are free to member families. Admission is $5 for non-member adults, $3 for non-member students, and free for children 3 and under. So, bring your family and friends and your picnic dinner for a night full of live music, local craft beers, and great times.

*Coming Soon!* We are very excited to announce that future concerts will be moved indoors to our North Woods Pavilion on rainy days. Please check back for construction updates and a grand opening date for the building later this summer.

Download FAQs: Concert FAQ 2018

Download Band Information: Full Concert Guide 2018

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Note: Wren and the Wravens was previously known as Secondhand Swagger and Abby Wren & What It Is