Des Plaines Park District’s ‘Live at the Lake’ summer concert series kicks off June 13

Des Plaines Park District recently announced the return of its highly anticipated “Live at the Lake” Summer Concert Series, bringing the community together for unforgettable evenings of music, fun, and relaxation.

The series provides a unique opportunity for music enthusiasts to experience a diverse range of musical genres, from rock to country, blues to jazz, and everything in between. We're thrilled to bring back the 'Live at the Lake' Summer Concert Series for another fantastic season,” said Don Miletic, executive director at Des Plaines Park District. “This series has become a beloved tradition in our community, and we can't wait to see familiar faces and welcome new friends to join us for evenings filled with incredible music and unforgettable memories.”

The “Live at the Lake” Summer Concert Series will kick off on June 13 with concerts taking place every Thursday evening throughout Aug. 22 at three different locations.

Musical acts include The Wayouts, The Messengers, Mr. Myers, Good Clean Fun, Farkus, Mackenzie O’Brien Band, Robby Celestin Duo, Feel Good Party Band, and Valius.

Indulge in treats from Tiki Terrace, Curious Crow, Stix and Noodles, Wooggie Rolls, Kurbside Pizza, Holy Smokes BBQ, La Calaca, and My Funnel Truck!

Don’t forget to check out the Taylor Swift Dance Party on Aug. 1 with featured food trucks Toasty Cheese and Kona Ice!

Admission is free, making it accessible for all members of the community to enjoy.

Live at the Lake is supported by its presenting sponsor, The Foxtail on the Lake. The premier sponsor is Advocate Health Care.

Locations include Lake Park Clubhouse, 1015 Howard Ave.; Central Park Gazebo, 1555 E. Thacker St.; and the Pavilion Bandshell, 2200 Lee St.

For more information and to view the full schedule, concert locations, and food truck listings, visit the Des Plaines Park District website at

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