What's on Tap

What's on Tap

Food trucks, local bands highlight Dix Park summer concerts

Posted May 23

Zack Mexico's John Saturley performs at the Pour House during the final night of Hopscotch 2015. (Jake Seaton / WRAL.com)

— The lineup has beer released for the inaugural season of Ya'll at Dix Park, a free summer concert series starting next month at Dorothea Dix Park.

The new free concert series, which kicks off next month, will feature live music from local bands, food trucks and craft breweries. There will also be field day activities for children.

Shows run from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Harvey Hill at Dix Park. Each show will include opening sets by a younger artist (someone under 19 years old) and an up and coming local band. 

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The concerts, organized by Deep South Entertainment, are replacing the organization's "Oak City 7" and the "Pickin’ In The Plaza" series that were held in City Plaza in downtown Raleigh previous years.

The lineup for Ya'll at Dix Park:

  • Saturday, June 24: The Veldt, Wayleaves, ZenSoFly and Enenra
  • Saturday, July 22: Hammer No More The Fingers, Zack Mexico, Honey Magpie and UrMom
  • Saturday, Aug. 26: Birds Of Avalon, The Beast, The Debonzo Brothers and Brooke Hatala

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