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Posted on: June 23, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Jukeboxx Party Band to Kick-off the Gulley Park Summer Concert Series

Gulley Park Concert Series presents: JUKEBOXX June 24, 7 - 9 p.m.

June 23, 2021

Contact: Lacie Ballard
Recreation Program Manager
Parks and Recreation

Jukeboxx Party Band to Kick-off the Gulley Park Summer Concert Series

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.— Fayetteville Parks and Recreation, along with Collier & Associates Realty, are excited to announce the return of the free Gulley Park Summer Concert Series in 2021. This iconic summertime concert series will celebrate 25 years of music with some of the best local artists in the region! The Jukeboxx party band will kick-off the series this Thursday, June 24, with high-stepping vocals and an exciting mix of soul, rock and Top 40 party hits. You will not want to miss this high energy band with a smoking horn section!  

Concert Dates: 
Concerts will take place on consecutive Thursday evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Gulley Park gazebo on the following dates: June 24, July 1, July 8, July 15, July 22 and July 29. 

What to bring:
Bring your lawn chair and blankets for open lawn sitting. We encourage you to bring the whole family including your furry friends, but please remember that dogs must remain on a leash. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, masks are encouraged at outdoor events in City parks, especially when social distancing is difficult to maintain and when many attendees are present. 

Food and Beverage
The following food trucks will be available on-site for your chance to taste the local flavor and support our hometown food artists: ChowHounds Street Grub, BeaverTails, CrackerJack and Burton’s Creamery. 

Limited paved parking is available off both park entrances on Old Wire Road and Township Avenue. Additional event parking signs will also guide vehicles down the cross-streets of Township Street and North Primrose Lane, encouraging vehicles to turn onto North Primrose Lane and then take the first right turn, which will lead you into the park. Parking attendants will guide vehicles into the extended open-field parking areas as needed. Carpooling is strongly encouraged, and bike valet will be an option for those who choose to ride to the event. 

The 2021 Gulley Park Summer Concert Series is a free public event thanks to our amazing sponsors. Thank you to series sponsor Collier & Associates Reality and media sponsors KNWA Northwest Arkansas, KFTA and Snapple. Additional sponsors for this year’s event include Beavers & Broomfield Family Dentistry, Raising Canes, George’s Majestic, Hog Country Media and GoGo Squeeze. For more information on the Gulley Park Summer Concert Series, please visit the event’s webpage For additional information, please contact Parks and Recreation at 479.444.3471. 


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