Free Summer Concert Series


Sundays @ 6 in Legion Park, Gunnison, Colorado
June 12th – August 14th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.


Legion Park Pic

Join us under the big trees of Legion Park on the corner of Tomichi Avenue and Teller Street every Sunday evening, June through August at 6 – 8 pm for free live music and community and family fun. This long standing tradition has continued over the years, featuring the music of local and regional bands. Every year we see new and familiar faces as community members and visitors gather together come rain or shine to enjoy the park, people and live music. Can’t wait to see you there!







delish foodThe Delish Food truck will be on site during the concerts on June 12th, June 26th, July 10th, July 24th & July 31st!!
Delish, is a locally sourced and owned gourmet food truck in the Gunnison Valley. Their farm to truck concept brings their customers the finest and freshest ingredients made and produced in Colorado. Delish serves delicious food that will fill your belly and warm your heart. Come enjoy their food at the Sundays @ 6 concerts series- your taste buds will thank you!





colony funkJune 12th
Colony Funk
Colony Funk focuses their energy on the funk sound while teasing into genres that keep the listener’s ear intrigued and satisfied. They produce an original style of funky soul rock that gets audiences on their feet to boogie!





Chris Coady Nine MileJune 19th
Chris Coady & 9Mile
Local band members Chris Coady (vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica), Jack Lucido (drums, vocals) Kevin Doherty (electric guitar), and Brian Camp (bass) will have the park jumping with their original folk/country rock sound.












two faces westJune 26th
Two Faces West
Two Faces West is a Denver-based crankin’ electric rock & blues trio that was founded in the Gunnison Valley. A local favorite not to be missed!












FTH PicJuly 3rd
Free the Honey
Free the Honey offers up original and traditional tunes with richly layered vocal harmonies and authentic acoustic resonance. The alchemy is all their own. It is a sound inspired by place, community, and deep musical traditions. Rooted in the Americana soundscape with hints of gospel, blues, country, gypsy and jazz.











VintageJuly 10th
Vintage!
VINTAGE brings back the Golden Age of Hollywood! This trio performs all of your favorite big band, jazz, and pop standards with tight 3-part harmonies and engaging showmanship. Musical influences include Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Peggy Lee, Cole Porter, Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald and many others.













Dr Mary PicJuly 17th
Dr. Mary Kleinsorge
Dr. Mary masterfully plays the classical guitar and sings with the clearest voice about things we all know and feel. Listening to Dr. Mary will make you feel good, feel refreshed, feel relaxed and smile!















The CoteriesJuly 24th
The Coteries
The Coteries craft songs around stories and the tight-knit melodies of lead singer Emily Parasiliti woven with accompanying acoustic guitar work from Matt Runciman and Ben Brosh.



















July 31st
Ruby Chief
Ruby Chief plays original music inspired by afrobeat, jazz, funk, metal, and rock. Listen to soaring grooves, funky guitar riffs, shredding melodies, established pockets, odd meters, rolling organs, and tricked out synths. Based in Crested Butte, Colorado.




Melody PondAugust 7th
Melody Pond
Melody Pond is the song that dances on the water, echoes on the wind, and enchants your ear drums. The duo made up of Candy Lee and Emily Rowland, have been singing together in various band formations for almost a decade, perfecting their tight, seamless harmonies. Rooted in the earthiness of folk, Melody Pond keeps it fresh by merging modern indie influences with throwback moods of funk and blues, and jazz inspired vocals reminiscent of Billie Holiday and The Boswell Sisters.









Issa & AlanAugust 14th
Alan Wartes & Issa Forrest
Over more than 15 years performing together, Alan and Issa have developed a rich acoustic sound that features tight vocal harmonies and an eclectic mix of original music and familiar favorites that cross many genres.