Summer Concert Series 2023

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The Campbell Summer Concert series is back for an abbreviated season and we are concentrating on celebrating Parks and Recreation Month in July! This series is brought to you by the City of Campbell. Concerts start at 6:30 p.m. and last until 8 p.m. Please bring a lawn chair and support the Campbell Museum Foundation by purchasing food and drinks at the event, Kona Ice will be present and purchases will go toward supporting the Museum Foundation as well. 

Concerts take place on the Orchard City Green located right in front of the historic Ainsley House and adjacent to Campbell City Hall.

*We ask that you wait until 2pm to set your chairs please.

The 2023 Summer Concert Series runs from July 6th to August 3rd (YES A BONUS CONCERT ON MONDAY, JULY 31st same place, same time!)

Concert Information & Guidelines

  • Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. (Pre-show Activities - PARKS MAKE LIFE BETTER demonstrations begin at 6:00 p.m.)
  • Please limit the use of blankets and towels for the purpose of saving space and wait until 2pm to place these items. 
  • Parking is limited. Please carpool when possible and park in downtown parking garages, additional ADA parking will be provided behind the Library.
  • Food (hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken and French fries), beer, wine and sangria will be available for sale and proceeds will support the Ainsley House & Museum Foundation. New this year is Kona Ice will be available for purchase!
  • Those over 21 years old may bring their own Beer/Wine (hard alcohol is NOT allowed).
  • Due to the large number of people attending this event dogs on leash are asked to sit in an area adjacent to the concert. Generally Animals are not allowed in the park (with the exception of service animals).
  • Please do not bring portable BBQs to the event. Please no large is at a premium for spectators.
  • Parents are responsible for supervising their children at all times. Please do not let your children play on the Library or City Hall building ledges, in the trees, and inside City Hall.