Get ready to rock as free summer entertainment has begun at Noblesville Parks. Our 19th season of Thursday night concerts started last week at Dr. James A. Dillon Park. This Thursday at Dillon, Indy’s “Hottest Party Band,” the Aberdeen Project, will present their show from the park’s mobile stage on Dillon’s east events lawn.
The Aberdeen Project is a six-member group of fun-loving music fans that has been performing in the Indianapolis area since October 2003. They specialize in all the old-school and new-school favorites, ranging from funk and R&B to jazz and rock ‘n’ roll.
The concert will be presented in two sets, beginning at 7 p.m. and ending at 9 p.m. Between sets, there will be a free raffle with fabulous prizes, which is a highlight of every Thursday night concert.
The Dillon concert on June 14 will feature the always-popular Zanna-Doo. The band has eight members including three female vocalists. According to Tom Griswald of the Bob and Tom radio show, “Zanna-Doo is one of the finest party bands in the country. Their live performances display a staggering combination of musicianship, energy and of showmanship. Zanna-Doo plays a non-stop array of great songs spanning 40 years of pop and rock music, anchored by a massive dose of contemporary hits. In three hours they never stop and the crowd never sits down. In short … these guys rock … and the girls rock even more!”
The concerts are presented by the City of Noblesville, the Legacy Fund, Tri Kappa Sorority and the Noblesville Parks and Recreation Dept. with stage banners contributed by Logan Street Signs and Banners. Concert goers can bring in their own refreshments and picnic on the lawn or enjoy a variety of food from Zack’s North Carolina Barbeque. All acts and sound for the summer concert series are booked through Rizing Star Entertainment.
To get to the Dr. James A. Dillon Park concert venue, follow Cherry Tree Road to Midland Lane. On-site parking is limited, so follow the directions of our friendly parking attendants to the closest available spot. Handicapped parking will be available but will only be held until 6:30 p.m. Again, all concerts begin at 7 p.m. and conclude at 9 p.m.