Live After Five Concert Series

Join us from 5:00 – 8:00pm every Friday night during the summer months in Town Square Park for Live After Five! This fun, annual, FREE event features good eats, a beer & wine garden, and live music from local & out-of-state artists!

Live After Five is a weekly Friday night concert series held each summer in Town Square Park. This fun event is a perfect gathering place for you and your friends after work. Come downtown, enjoy the outdoor seating and tables, kick back with your beverage of choice, and soak in the summer fun. These concerts are guaranteed to start your weekend right.

Summer Schedule

Friday, June 6th

Animal Eyes Band

Eclectic, play it as we feel it, experimental art rock music. We are on an adventure. We are musicians doing our best to write good, honest songs in hopes that they will move others in the way we are moved to write them.

Friday, June 13th


Besides devastating hooks, alluring melodies and thinking man’s lyrics that say it without saying it, The Whipsaws bristles with a creative sheen, intense depth and the tight musical interplay of a band excited to be back on the beat."

Friday, June 20th

Power of Ten

Tower of Power cover band. ( R&B with lots of horns)

Friday, June 27th

Rebel Blues Band

Blues-Rock-Funk-Country-Hip Hop…in other words, a new style we have dubbed "Block Funktry Hop."

Friday, July 4th

Anna Lynch & A.L.A.

Unassuming yet captivating best decribes A. L. A. (short for A-laska and L-ower A-labama) the newly formed Americana/Country duo based in Nashville, TN. Alaskan fiddler, Adam Stewart, and South Alabama singer, Hope Cassity, began performing across the Southeast together in 2013. A very unlikely pair from way up North and way down south with very different backgrounds from which to draw their influence, Cassity and Stewart unexpectedly found a natural musical chemistry. That creative bond, both on stage and off, has kept them collaborating, and fans wanting to hear more.

Friday, July 11th


Alaskan band, Woodrow, has been rocking audiences all over the 49th state for the past nine years. Woodrow has logged many miles traveling throughout Alaska, playing music from Juneau to Fairbanks, and every town in between. The Anchorage based power trio is known best for their well-crafted Americana songs, sweat out on stage with beautiful dynamics. Jared Woods on guitar and vocals is the primary songwriter in the band. He is joined by his brother Christian Woods, on bass guitar/vocals, and Baltimore native Robb Rood, on drums.

Friday, July 18th


Island Reggae Band

Friday, July 25th

Air Force Band of the Pacific

Fun rock band.

Friday, August 1st

Gary Sloan Blues Band

Chicago blues with a bit of old style rock & roll, occasionally vering off into bay area style hypno-jams.