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Rhythmz in Riley Park Free Concert in Downtown Farmington
This free summer concert series draws hundreds of people to the center of downtown Farmington every Friday night during the summer. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the music. Rain location is First United Methodist Church, across the street from the park.
June 29 - The Paisley Fogg
Start with three brothers – David, Keith and Tom – on the front line, add the solid rhythm section of Tommy A on drums and Ronny G on bass, toss in a little “Janis and Grace” from Dawn and what you get is Paisley Fogg and a trip back to the 60s.
July 6 - The HandGrenades
The HandGrenades cite The British Invasion as a primary influence, and their prominent two and three-part harmonies are reminiscent of early Motown. This group's high-energy live shows include offering the audience a chance to play instruments on stage.
July 13 - Hullabaloo
This Michigan-based band performs original music and cover songs in electric live performances. Their blend of ska-funk-jazz mixed with high energy and a unique blend of horns will have you dancing in your seat.
July 27 - Billy Mack & The Juke Joint Johnnies
Billy and JJJ's will keep the dance floor packed with boppers, rockers, two-steppers and swing-dancers alike. The infectious energy Billy Mack and his Juke Joint Johnnies gets everyone involved in the fun.
August 3 - Paul Dozier Quartet
Talented singer, songwriter, producer and musician, Paul Dozier plays guitar, bass, drums and saxophone. The quartet has been performing for 11 years throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean.
August 10 - Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys
This group focuses on the original tunes of Lindsay Lou Rilko, which include true-life tales of bank robbing aunties, moonshinin' grandpas and celebration of love, life and nature.
August 17 - Gasoline Gypsy
A 3-piece band based out of Port Huron, Gasoline Gypsy plays a mix of everything from country-blugrass to good old fashioned rock & roll with some folk and blues thrown in for good measure.
August 24 - The Kreellers
This spirited Celtic Rock band is back with a high-energy performance that features rugged versions of Irish classics along with Kreellers originals. They're a Rhythmz favorite, back to close the 2012 season.
|Where||Walter E. Sundquist Farmington Pavilion & Riley Park Grand River Ave & Grove St, Farmington, MI 48336|
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More About Walter E. Sundquist Farmington Pavilion & Riley Park
Established in Downtown Farmington in 2005, the Walter E. Sundquist Pavilion & Riley Park have become a busy center of activity in Downtown Farmington. This town square hosts the Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market from May through November, and a Holly Days Market the first weekend in December. Additional summer activities include the Farmington Area Founders Festival, for which the Pavilion serves as a musical stage. In the fall, the Pavilion rocks with the annual Harvest Moon Celebration, a three-day extravaganza of music, wine and beer tasting and a Harvest Market with children's activities and a scarecrow building contest. The Pavilion is named for Walter E. Sundquist, long-time owner of Sundquist Funeral Home in Downtown Farmington. Riley Park is named for benefactor George Riley of Farmington Hills.