Music in The Meadows 2021 at Butterfield Park

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Music in The Meadows is Back!

Hot summer nights, good friends, and great music are back in The Meadows!

 After last year, we can all use a summer full of fun and live music. It’s a good thing one of the best events in The Meadows is back. Dust off your chairs and get ready for the return of Music in The Meadows. 

As a music lover, I can’t wait for the Thursday nights where we can pack dinner, a blanket and walk over to Butterfield Park and find our spot on the grass and watch the sunset with some great music.

So, what can we expect this year?

This year’s lineup won’t let you down. From great cover bands to original artists, country, rock, blues and pop, you can expect a wide variety of bands – guaranteed to have something for everyone. The fun begins on Thursday, June 10th!

Music in The Meadows 2021 Lineup

The Country Music Project

Thursday, June 10th,  6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Odds are if you love live country music, you’ve probably seen these guys at some of the most famous venues throughout the state. The Country Music Project will cover classic country hits from the likes of Merle Haggard, George Jones, Tammy Wynette, and many others. Don’t like the classics? They’ve got you covered with new hits from The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert, Lady Antebellum, and Dierks Bentley just to name a few.

TITONIC

Thursday, June 24th, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Get ready to get your funk on with Titonic. Their eight-piece Funk/Soul/R&B complete with horns will have you dancing the night away. They spice things up with songs from Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Tower of Power just to name a few.

Ronnie Raygun and the Big Eighties

Thursday, July 8, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Who doesn’t love ‘80s music? Put on your eyeliner and bring back the big hair and dance just as fast as you can with Colorado’s original eighties tribute band. They’ll play all of your favorite hits from the big eighties.

JOHN SAUNDERS BAND

Thursday, July 22nd, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

JSB is a local favorite in Castle Rock. If you haven’t heard the John Saunders Band, they specialize in a special sound called “The Colorado Groove.” Their set consists of a blend of original tunes with many of your favorites from artists like Big Head Todd and The Monsters, Ryan Adams, Pat Green, Jack Johnson among many more.

If you’re following these blog posts, you’ve probably noticed a theme — community – and of course how much I love living here.  Music in The Meadows is a great example of how The Meadows master planned community brings the community together.  You get more than music at these events: enjoy food trucks, giveaways and games.

Visit meadowslink.com to get all of the info you need about Music in The Meadows 2020.  Stay tuned to The Meadows Facebook page for updates on all the events planned for the summer.