Summer is here, and we’re kicking things off. Live music, food and fun. A free event welcoming all ages and abilities, conducted bilingually in English and Spanish.
Wednesday, June 21, 6-9:03 p.m.
Thompson County Park, West St. Paul
The performances will take place in an open lawn space, largely without trees or shade,
with grass seating. Portable chairs, picnic blankets and umbrellas for personal shade are welcome. Tents and staked canopies are not permitted. The area is near picnic grounds and the North Shelter — an open-air shelter with modern restrooms.
- 6–7 p.m.: Bloodline (Indie Alternative Pop)
- 7-7:15 p.m.: Intermission
- 7:15-8 p.m.: Los Alegres Bailadores (Mexican Folkloric Dance)
- 8-9:03 p.m..: International Reggae All Stars (Positive Vibrations Reggae Music)
Check back soon for our food truck line up.
Free, no ticket or pre-registration required.
Free available onsite. Parking is limited, please arrive early and carpool.
What to bring
Come dressed for the weather. This event is outside. Bring a blanket or chair, bug spray and sunscreen.
Dogs are welcome on a 6-foot leash. They must remain leashed at all times. Owners are required to clean up after their dogs.
The event is light rain or shine. In the event of severe or significantly rainy weather, event staff will determine if the event will be cancelled 2-3 hours before the event start time. Updates, including cancellation notices, will be posted as available on the Dakota County Parks-forever wild Facebook page.
- American Sign Language interpreters will be available for those who would appreciate to see the performance lyrics in sign language. Interpretation will be clearly visible from the first few rows. These rows will be reserved for accessible viewing.
- Spanish interpretation will be available.
Program series funded in part by the Minnesota Clean Water and Legancy Amendment and planned in partnership with the Dakota County Public Art Advisory Committee.