Summer Concerts at Quiet Waters Park
Join the Friends of Quiet Waters Park on Saturday’s in the Summer from July 8 through August 26 for a fantastic line up of performing artists at the Annual Summer Outdoor Concert Series.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO KNOW WHEN ATTENDING
- Admission to the park is FREE during the evenings of the scheduled Concerts.
- Plan to arrive early, the close in parking tends to fill up fast.
- The Park has an awesome outdoor concert venue, make sure to bring a blanket or lawn chair.
- Remember not to park on the grass unless instructed by park staff.
- If you are bringing a pet, note that all pets must be on a leash.
- No smoking or alcoholic beverages are allowed in the Park.
- Food and Drink will be available for purchase at the event by Caliente Grill and Kona Ice. Vendors will be on the right as you face the stage.
- Make sure to Visit the Friends Table on your left as you face the stage, bubbles, temporary tattoos and other items for kids are available for a small fee.
- Make sure to purchase some raffle tickets for all the wonderful raffle items available at each concert. All proceeds benefit the Friends of Quiet Waters Park and the work we do to support the park.
Check out the line up for Summer 2017! Or download a copy here: 2017 Concert Brochure
2017 Summer Concerts at Quiet Waters Park
July 8 – Fractal Cat – Baltimore band Fractal Cat emphasizes classic songwriting, a strong vocal presence, and a multilayered psychedelic sound. Originally the solo studio endeavor of songwriter Miles Gannett, the project evolved into a six-piece rock ensemble. Fractal Cat weaves pop songs and vocal craft influenced by greats from Buddy Holly to Smokey Robinson.
July 15 – Sweet Leda – Powered by Julie Cymek’s sultry, commanding vocals and electrifying stage presence, Sweet Leda is taking the diverse mid-Atlantic music scene by storm as one of the most exciting and accomplished live acts on the rise. With its rich blend of new school funk, psychedelic rock, soul and pop, Sweet Leda’s heartfelt original music can best be described as a female-fronted, soul-based, Zeppelin meets Chili Peppers!
July 22 –Georgia Lea & Stone Cold Country – Georgia Lea and the Stone Cold Country have been bringing you great music since 1999. Their stage presence along with the great female lead vocals have allowed them to open for bands such as Toby Keith and Rascal Flatts. Even if you are not a county music fan this group is sure to have to swaying to the tune.
July 29 –Great Train Robbery – GTR has entertained audiences for over 35 years. Bringing it with their classic smokey southern sound. The Baltimore based outfit has released 8 albums. The band is proud to have shared the stage with many well known acts such as The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Foghat, Blue Oyster Cult, .38 Special, Marshall Tucker, BTO, Blackfoot, and many more.
August 5 – Kelly Bell Band – Voted best blues band 12 years in a row and is among the most genreexpanding acts on today’s blues scene. Who else can combine elements of hiphop, funk and blues-electrified here, Delta there, horn driven elsewhere- and still manage to sound sincere? A forward view of the way blues is transitioning in today’s scene…Bell’s an honest poet and an outstanding singer with lots to say.
August 12 – US Naval Academy Superintendent’s Combo – The Superintendent’s Combo is the United States Naval Academy Band’s jazz combo designated to support the many social events hosted by the Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy. The group regularly performs for local military officials and visiting dignitaries from around the globe.
August 19 – Mystic Warriors – Mystic Warriors is dedicated to exposing the essence of Andean Music in a completely unique way. While their music style appears to fit into the new age category they believe their music is a fusion that crosses over without leaving the boundaries of Andean Music.
August 26 – Ken Staton & His legendary James Brown Revue – Relive the energy of James Brown as Ken Staton has studied his songs, voice, dances and stage precense. Get ready to go back in time and Ken will sure to have you up and dancing by the end of the first song.
September 3 – Annapolis Symphony Orchestra – The ASO is the largest performing arts organization in Anne Arundel County and the backbone of our arts community. 5:30PM-7:00PM
Let’s Thank Our Local Sponsor! Without their generous Financial Support, We might not have a Free Summer Concert Series at Quiet Waters Park!
Special thanks to our Raffle Item Donors for 2017:
- Annapolis Smokehouse & Grill
- Paddle & Peddle
- Twisted Creek Paddlesports
- Whole Foods
- Papa John’s
- Watermark Cruise
- Anne Arundel County