Date(s) - 06/25/2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Geneva Commons is hosting its 15th annual Summer Concert Series on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays in June, starting June 4 and wrapping up June 28. The Sunday shows are from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The Wednesday and Friday shows are 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. All are free. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome.
Here’s the 2017 lineup, along with descriptions of what to expect as provided by the Geneva Commons:
Sunday, June 4: Hi Infidelity rocks the hits from the 80s & today, including Journey, Bon Jovi, REO Speedwagon, Buckcherry, Daughtry, Maroon 5 and Bruno Mars.
Wednesday, June 7: Majors Junction kicks it with country honky-tonk blues with folk undertones and hints of bluegrass pickin’ and good old rock & roll.
Friday, June 9: Neverly Brothers bring their one-of-a-kind high energy stage performances to take you on a musical guided tour of rock history – from 1955 to 1965.
Sunday, June 11: HillBilly Rockstarz are Chicago’s very own country super group, performing the latest hits in country music and classic favorites.
Wednesday, June 14: The Geneva Jazz Ensemble is an 18 piece jazz orchestra that celebrates the best of the big band tradition.
Friday, June 16: Ear Candy, satisfying your musical sweet tooth performing energetic renditions of the dance, rock and pop music from the 70s to current!
Sunday, June 18: SEMPLE, fronted by Keith Semple. Their high energy stage performance includes: 70’s rock to modern pop songs and everything in between.
Wed, June 21: Wild Daisy is an energetic, dynamic female-fronted country band that plays current, upbeat country, with a few pop/rock songs thrown in.
Friday June 23: The Davenport Project plays it all, from 50’s & 60’s rock to 70’s southern rock classics, 80’s hair metal ballads, 90’s acoustic power pop and contemporary country.
Sunday, June 25: 7th Heaven rocks you with their hits “Stoplight”, “Better This Way” and “Sing”, plus great songs from the 70’s and 80’s.
Wednesday, June 28: Recycle The Day is committed to getting your booties shaking by performing hit songs from the Motown era to today’s dance hits.