Community Concert Series 2020

Community Concerts in the Commons

Join us on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. at Rivers Edge Commons Park in downtown Elk River for four weeks of free summer concerts, exclusively offered to Elk River residents. Community Concerts at the Commons will run from July 30 through August 20, featuring local performers from a variety of popular genres.

Free tickets are available online only and will be required for seating within the park. Seats may be reserved below by Elk River residents only beginning at 6:00 p.m.on the Sunday prior to the event. Early chair set up will not be allowed. In case of rain concert will be held at Elk River High School Zabee Theater.

Concert Schedule and Reservations:

  1. Aug 13 - Junk FM
  2. Aug 20 - Church of Cash
  3. July 30 - Mick Sterling
  4. Aug 6 - A Hard Days Night

Junk FM Aug 13Junk FM - Various genres remixed in a fresh way

Tickets available starting on Sunday, August 9

Reserve Tickets Here

Based out of Minneapolis, Junk FM is a cover band like no other...

Through genre-bending mashups and juxtaposing styles, Junk FM delivers an infectious, high energy show. From Garth Brooks to Lady Gaga in one slamming step, and others like Bruno Mars to Keith Urban are just a few artists to which they pay tribute.

COVID-19 Prevention Concert Safety UpdatesCommunity Concerts in the Commons will replace the popular Riverfront Concert Series for 2020 due to COVID-19 safety issues as decided by Elk River City Council on July 6, 2020. The concert series is for Elk River residents only due to the limited number of people allowed at an outdoor event and the space limitations of Rivers Edge Commons Park which holds less than the 250 maximum when following the social distancing rules.

Participants are responsible for following all MN Health Department and CDC guidelines in regards to COVID-19 prevention measures, such as hand washing and social distancing. The CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public places especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. The city reserves the right to make changes to the seating structure if guidelines are not observed or as may be required by the Governor’s Executive Orders.