Scottsdale’s beloved Summer Concert Series is making a triumphant return to the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park through June 25, featuring a sensational lineup of local bands and mouthwatering food trucks.
The free concerts will take place on Sunday nights between 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., offering a mix of Motown, disco, rhythm and blues, and retro 90s tunes. The Railroad Park, recently recognized as one of Arizona’s best live music venues, promises a vibrant atmosphere for families and friends to gather, relax, and enjoy fantastic music.
Concertgoers are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair and unwind in the park. Those looking to dine can either pack a picnic or indulge in the delicious offerings from Hartley’s General Store or one of the many food trucks on site. In addition to the fantastic music and food, the park’s iconic steam engines will pull the Paradise & Pacific Railroad, with train and carousel rides available for just $3. Children aged two and under can ride for free with a paying adult.
The eclectic lineup of performers and food trucks are as follows:
Soulitify (R & B, Top 40) with Lobstar, Phat Cheeks, and Maui WOWI
Rockin Divas (80s rock) with Harkins and Fantasy Funnel Cake
Smashed (90s classics to today’s hits) with Chew Philly Truck, Pita Jungle, and Old School Ice Cream Bus
Rock Lobster (80s retro) with East Coast Joes, Chew Philly Truck, and The Snowy Churro
Shining Star (Top 40) with Sweet Magnolia Smokehouse, Chew Philly Truck, and The Snowy Churro
Southern Ways (country rock) with Harkins, Phat Cheeks, and Fantasy Funnel Cake
Dirty Yachting Scoundrels (70s, 80s, and 90s Top 40) with Harkins, Pita Jungle, and Maui WOWI
DJ TranzL8R (glow-up party) with Old School Ice Cream Bus
For more information, visit therailroadpark.com.