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Music at Meyer Park
Grab your friends, family members, and a blanket or lawn chair and join us at Meyer Park for our Music at Meyer Park concerts. These concerts are free and open to the public. Shows begin at 6 p.m. at Meyer Park, which is located at 400 E. 22nd Ave. These are rain or shine events. In the event of rain, the back-up location will be at the Big Beach Brewery.
Food trucks will be set up at each show for those wishing to purchase food, and the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber will be selling beverages for all ages to enjoy!
2023 Summer Music at Meyer Park Lineup
- June 21 - Make Music at Meyer Park featuring Rhonda Hart & Smokey Otis
- July 20 - Molly Thomas & The Rare Birds
- August 17 - Johnny Sansone
Food Truck Schedule
- June 21 - Arepa's Food Truck
- July 20 - Arepa's Food Truck
- August 17 - Arepa's Food Truck
Make Music At Meyer Park
The City of Gulf Shores Special Events Team is partnering with the Frank Brown Songwriters Festival and the Flora-Bama to present Make Music Day at Meyer Park. Join us at Meyer Park for an incredible musical performance featuring Rhonda Hart and Smokey Otis. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in the musical action with egg shakers and tambourines provided by the City of Gulf Shores. As an added incentive to join us, Sassy Bass will be present giving away two ukuleles.
Molly Thomas and the Rare Birds
Molly Thomas has always been a child of the water and metaphors of flow, movement, tidal change and bodily connection frequently surface in her lyrics. Born in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Thomas has made her home in and cultivated the majority of her musical influences from the southern regions of Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Thomas’ current album “Honey’s Fury” is her first with her touring band The Rare Birds.
Johnny Sansone is an American electric blues singer, songwriter, harmonicist, accordionist, guitarist, and piano player. Sansone began his musical career at the age of 8 and has been developing his skills ever since. Sansone led the life of an itinerant bluesman, traveling around the country from temporary bases in Colorado, Austin, Florida, and Chicago before settling down in New Orleans in 1990. Living in New Orleans brought a swamp rock tinge to his gruff vocals and emotional playing style. In his music, Sansone combines blues, boogie, and the frontporch Cajun and Zydeco sounds of the Louisiana Bayou Country.