ZUMIX ‘s Annual Summer Concert Series at Piers Park
ZUMIX, a local nonprofit providing creative opportunities for young people, will kick off its annual Summer Concert Series on Sunday, July 10, in Piers Park in East Boston.
|Dates:||Sunday, July 10, 2022 - Sunday, August 28, 2022|
|Hours:||6:00pm - 8:00pm|
|Ages:||Kids, Teens, Adults|
|Category:||Music & Concerts|
Local Eastie band Don’t Be Denied will headline the show, with an opening set by a ZUMIX youth ensemble.
The Summer Concert Series highlights local professional musicians showcasing a vast array of genres.
The 2022 lineup this year includes:
July 10 - Local Eastie band Don’t Be Denied;
July 17 - Hip-hop artist Seefour;
July 24 - R&B artist and singer-songwriter Ava Sophia;
Jly 31 - Samba Jazz Project
August 7 - Local funk band The Dope Lotus;
August 14 - Reggae musicians Jahriffe and the JAH-N-I Roots Movement;
August 21 - World music ensemble Kotoko Brass;
August 28 - La Pura Vida salsa band at the final show.
All family-friendly concerts will take place from 6-8pm at Piers Park, which is located at 95 Marginal Street in East Boston. The concerts will open with talented young musicians from ZUMIX’s programs.
The concert coincides with ZUMIX’s annual Walk for Music, a major fundraiser and joyful celebration of the ZUMIX community, and the launch of Eastie Week, an annual celebration of cultural and musical heritage and organizations in the East Boston neighborhood.
ZUMIX’s Summer Concert Series is presented with support from the East Boston Foundation, Massport, the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Looking for more outdoor summer concerts in Boston? Check out our handy guide to summer fun for more great locations around the city.
95 Marginal Street, East Boston, MA map
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