Concerts on the Dock at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment

Concerts on the Dock at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment

Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment continues its biannual Concerts on the Dock free Friday night concert series. Each Spring and Fall you can hear a variety of music styles from local and regional musicians, there is something for everyone at this casual, festival-style concert series. Concerts are free but parking is $5. You are encouraged to carpool.


The band starts up at 6 p.m. and plays until 9 p.m.  Early arrivals get the best seats and a chance to peruse the artist studios at the Mill before the music starts.  Kids of all ages can make their own art in chalk on the sidewalk or show off their hula hoop skills.


Bring chairs and a picnic, or visit the food trucks for your dinner.  Families and leashed pets are welcome.  Since mosquitoes like good music with their dinner, too, bug spray is recommended.


2019 Spring Schedule:

April 19    Quantaphonics – 11-piece psychedelic funk band

April 26   Taylor Hunnicutt – Blues, Soul, Country and Americana Singer/Songwriter

May 3 – Tremble Weeds – Two-piece Indie rock n’ roll band

May 10 – Rob Aldridge & the Proponents – Americana rock n’ roll band

May 17 – Russell Cook & the Sweet Teeth – Electric side of folk and blues, jazz and honkytonk, rock and roll, and old time.

May 24 – Codename Underground – Traditional boom-bap hip hop

May 31 – Cicada Rhythm – Pair of musicians imitates and modernizes folk music to a rejuvenating degree

June 7 – TBD

Lowe Mill is located in downtown Huntsville at 2211 Seminole Drive.  Get maps and directions HERE.  A parking donation of $5 would be appreciated to help keep this Huntsville tradition going strong!




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