Neighborhood Concert Series

The Neighborhood Concert Series is back for summer! Music starts at 5:30 p.m. See you at an upcoming date! 

What is the Neighborhood Concert Series? 

This will be the 4th year of the Neighborhood Concert Series (NCS), where we throw free pop-up concerts in parks around Boise! We partnered with our friends at Lost Grove Brewing to create the NCS to help support live music after the Covid shutdowns. Our goal is to make live music more accessible by providing free concerts in rotating neighborhoods around Boise so people across town can experience live music without worrying about cost or transportation. 

What Can I Expect at These Events? 

What better way to spend a summer evening than kicking back in your neighborhood park, listening to some tunes, and enjoying a cold beverage and local food? Each concert will feature multiple musicians or bands, food trucks, vendors, and, of course, delicious local beer from Lost Grove Brewing! Don’t forget to bring your own cup for draft beverages!

Where Can I Catch the Live Music this Summer? 

*POSTPONED* Wednesday, July 10th - Castle Hills Park 

Due to extreme temperatures, this Wednesday's (7/10) Neighborhood Concert at Castle Hills has been postponed. Our top priority is the safety of performers, staff, and community. A rescheduled date will be shared soon! 

Wednesday, July 24th - Elm Grove Park 

Wednesday, July 31st - Cypress Park with music from Dela Freed, Lee Penn Sky, and David Henry

Wednesday, August 21st - Kristin Armstrong Park

Anything Else I Should Know? 

  • Parking is limited at most of these parks. Please consider walking or riding your bike. 
  • No outside alcohol is permitted at these events. We will have beer, wine, and cider available to purchase. 
  • These events are family-friendly, all ages are welcome, and there is no cost for entry. And yes, you can bring your dog too! 

Thank You to Our Partners and Sponsors!

These concerts would not be possible without our partnership with our friends at Lost Grove Brewing, St. Luke's Health Plan, and Boise Arts & History.