Sundays at Scioto concert series
since 1983

Thank you to all who made the 2021 series such a success. We are so grateful to our partners who helped us support artists and bring this free performing art offering to the community.

Take another look at the talented artists below, visit their websites and social media pages for streaming video, music downloads and merchandise sales. Stay tuned for another great year in 2022.

 

2021-03-19T15:05:17-04:00

Week 2: Aug. 22 – George Barrie Band

Week 2: Aug. 22, 2021 George Barrie Band rock/blues/pop George Barrie is a 2006 Dublin Coffman High School graduate. He performs rock, blues, pop and groove and is active in the local music songwriters community. The George Barrie Band was recommended by WCBE music director Maggie Brennan as a local performer to watch [...]

2021-03-19T15:05:51-04:00

Week 3: Aug. 29 – Turn It Up

Week 3: Aug. 29, 2021 Turn It Up Lynryd Skynyrd tribute band   Named for the famous opening utterance in “Sweet Home Alabama,” Turn It Up pays tribute to the legendary southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Dedicated to the authentic sound that was instrumental in bringing southern rock to the masses, Columbus-based Turn It Up takes you [...]

2021-09-20T16:20:33-04:00

Week 5: Sept. 12 – Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience

Week 5: Sept. 12 Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience For 36 years, two-time GRAMMY award winning artist Terrance Simien, an 8th generation Louisiana Creole, has been shattering myths about what his indigenous Zydeco roots music is – and is not. Leading his long-time Zydeco Experience bandmates, Simien has become one of the [...]

2021-03-19T15:02:03-04:00

Week 8: Oct. 3 – The Wildflowers

Week 8: Oct. 3, 2021 The Wildflowers Tom Petty Tribute The Wildflowers sound just like Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers in their prime, and have the energy and musicianship to bring down the house with every performance. Presenting a stunningly accurate tribute, The Wildflowers band has successfully toured the country from their home [...]

Sundays at Scioto “Insider Tips” from the Dublin Arts Council staff:

DO plan to arrive early. When the park is full, it’s closed to additional guests and vehicles.

DO pack your lawn chairs or blankets

DO consider wearing a mask. It’s not required, but is advised.

DO be a considerate audience neighbor, and have a great time!

DON’T FORGET:

BRING snacks, picnic items and beverages. There will not be food trucks at the park in 2021.

PACK sunscreen and lots of water for sunny, warm days. You’ll be facing west.

NEW CONCERT TIMES in 2021: 5pm to 6:30pm (Watch for 2022 dates and times!)

ONSITE PARKING and ADMISSION is free, Scioto Park, 7377 Riverside Dr., Dublin

DONATIONS are gratefully accepted to provide these free experiences for others. Staff and board members will come through the crowd with buckets about half-way through the performance. We also have cards with Paypal links.

SHARE your thoughts during or after the concert by completing a short survey via the QR code on the concert flier. We’ll have them available at the DAC tent by the stage and will bring them through the audience while we collect donations. You could win a $25 Amazon gift card each week and your responses help us select the bands for next year!

IF WEATHER seems suspect, call the DAC voice mail at 614.889.7444, visit this website, check our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DublinArtsCouncil or follow Twitter updates (@DublinArts) for information regarding concert delays or cancellations.