Thursdays • 7pm •  Good Tymes Shelter

Immerse yourself in the magic of live music surrounded by the beauty of nature for an evening of great tunes and togetherness!

Bring seating or a blanket. Food from the gill including burgers, hot dogs, and brats as well as snacks, beer, and wine are available for purchase (cash or credit). If a concert is canceled due to weather it will be posted on the Park District’s Facebook page and homepage. *No Concert June 27 & July 4

Thank you to the sponsors who make this concert series possible!

Service Master Restoration and Cleaning Services by Skip
First State Bank | Northwestern Medicine | Old National Bank

DeKalb Sycamore Chevrolet, Buick, GMC | Hauser-Ross Eye Institute
Sycamore Parks Foundation | Sycamore Public Library

Soda • June 6
What’s your flavor? Because you’ll get the best of everything all the time with Soda. Classic rock, 80s, new wave, reggae, alternative–the list goes on and on.

PettyCash • June 13
Songs you know? CHECK. Singing along allowed? CHECK. Dancing in the aisles to your favorite songs? REQUIRED! PettyCash is a high-octane stage show appropriate for old rockers, baby rockers, and everything in between. Comprised of veteran, professional musicians, you’re sure to be dancing your socks off!

R-Gang • June 20

At 6:40 Join the City of Sycamore Beautification Committee for a special announcement and free ice cream while supplies last!

R-Gang is a collection of the most talented vocalists and musicians in the Midwest. They have been performing as a band for the last 18 years all over the area. They also have entertained at every large venue in the city and suburbs including a stint as the on-the-field band for the Chicago Bears.

*No Concert June 27 & July 4

The Grady Experience • July 11
The Grady Experience loves to cover all types of genres, from pop to rock, jazz, and modern hits, and they even take special requests from you! Their members have worked alongside some of the world’s best-known talent, and together, they bring star power!

Wild Daisy • July 18
Wild Daisy is the most energetic, dynamic female-fronted country band in the Chicagoland area. The band plays current, upbeat country, with a few pop/rock songs thrown in. This group consistently delivers high-quality, family-friendly, crowd-interactive, entertaining shows, with unmatched musicianship.

Class of ‘68 • July 25
The Class of ’68 features a power fusion of “classic rock” and “soul music” that captures the energy and passion of the timeless hits that changed the world. Used in countless movie soundtracks and television commercials, the band’s classic rock repertoire has arguably the widest appeal of any musical genre.

Sushi Roll • August 1
Sushi Roll has perfected their own unique blend of high-energy dance music and rock n roll swagger and topped it off with memorable stage costumes,. Founded by music industry vets and fronted by two of the most mesmerizing young lead singers in Chicago, Sushi Roll is made up of one-part driving rock band, one-part light-hearted pop, and one-part over-the-top theatrical verve.