Join your friends and family out by the south lake at Discovery Park of America on Thursday nights from May 2 to June 27 for this area’s newest family-friendly summer concert series. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs or grab a seat on the train depot and listen to some of your favorite local entertainers and bands perform from the stage at the Rotary Pavilion. You can fish on the bank of the lake, watch the sun set against the horizon, enjoy a cocktail or just sit back and chat with friends. Bring your appetite because food will be available to purchase from food trucks. It will be a great way to kick off your summertime long weekends.

Thursday evenings, May 2 – June 27, 2019
Doors open at 5 p.m.
DPA Members Free, Non-members $5
Cash bar, Food trucks available
Please, no outside food or beverage allowed.

All proceeds go to refurbish DPA’s 1916 Ford Model-T to be on display Fall 2019.

The Rhythm on the Rails Summer Music Series is presented in conjunction with The University of Tennessee – Martin Department of Music and sponsored by Blue Bank Resort, Williams Country Sausage, Volunteer Distributing and The Citizens Bank.

Thurs., May 2
UTM Music – steelworks
Mandy Vixen and Gas Station Chicken
American Idol contestant Clark Beckham

Thurs., May 9
Molly Lovette
UTM Jazz Combo
Jason Kizer

Thurs., May 16
Jargon
Coby Watts and the AC43 Band

Thurs., May 23
Brent Hinson and Matt Crosson
Rita and the Romeos

Thurs., May 30
Keith Brown and Steve Short
UTM Brazilian Choro Ensemble

Thurs., June 6
Katie Thorpe Tohn
Roger Alexander and Barry Patrick
Olivia Faye

Thurs., June 13
Jimbo Bondurant
NBC’s “The Voice” contestant Keith Paluso
Chad Karnes and The Missing Fifth

Thurs., June 20
J.C. Clark and Linda Bryant
The Jamie Jones Band
Cotton Clifton and The Pickers

Thurs., June 27
UTM – Coffey and Carithers
Phillip Coleman

All talent is subject to change. Weather permitting.

Sponsors: Blue Bank Resort, The Citizens Bank, Volunteer Distributing and Williams Country Sausage

Mandy Vixen and Gas Station Chicken

Phillip Coleman