May 2, 2023
Contact: Lacie Ballard
Recreation Program Manager
Parks, Natural Resources and Cultural Affairs
Gulley Park Summer Concert Series begins June 8
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.— The City of Fayetteville’s 2023 Gulley Park Summer Concert Series begins Thursday, June 8, continuing a tradition of music with some of the best local artists in the region. Now in its 27th year, this series is a catalyst for the arts, and it provides an outdoor musical atmosphere with a twist of local fun!
Concert dates: Concerts will take place on consecutive Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Gulley Park gazebo. Save the dates now for this year’s line-up:
- June 8 – John Fullbright
- June 15 – Nik Parr & The Selfless Lovers
- June 22 – Special Guest (to be announced)
- June 29 – Funk Factory (Kidz Night)
- July 6 – Dead Horse Mountain Band
- July 13 – Ashtyn Barbaree
What to bring: Bring your lawn chair and blankets for open lawn sitting. The City encourages you to bring the whole family, including your furry friends, but please remember that dogs must remain on a leash.
Food and beverage: Food trucks will be available on-site for your chance to taste in the local flavor and support local food artists: Wicked Wood Fired Pizza, Burtons Creamery, JF Eatery, Arkan-Thaw Ice Shavers and Mo’s Tacos & Churros.
Parking: Limited paved parking is available near both park entrances on Old Wire Road and Township Avenue. Parking attendants will guide vehicles into the extended open field parking areas as needed. Carpooling is strongly encouraged.
Sponsors: The 2022 Gulley Park Summer Concert Series is a free public event thanks to our sponsors. Thank you to media sponsors KNWA Northwest Arkansas, Fox 24 KFTA and Snapple. Proud sponsors for the event are Beavers & Broomfield Family Dentistry, Raising Canes, George’s Majestic, Hog Country Media, Fayetteville Public Television, The Graduate Fayetteville and GoGo Squeeze.
For more information on the Gulley Park Summer Concert Series, visit fayetteville-ar.gov/concerts. For additional information, contact Parks, Natural Resources and Cultural Affairs at 479-444-3471.