Centennial Lakes Brings Music Back to the Park
Centennial Lakes Park, 7499 France Ave S., will host a variety of musical entertainment this summer.
Free sidewalk performances will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays in July and August near the south end of Hughes Pavilion (the building between Q. Cumbers and Chuck E. Cheese). Visitors are asked to wear a mask or facial covering, sanitize hands before arrival, stay home if they are sick and practice proper social distancing.
The performance schedule for Monday includes the following acts:
- July 27: Trobedors Tuba Quartet
- Aug. 3: Sidewalk Café Duo
- Aug. 10: Sawyer’s Dream
- Aug. 17: Sidewalk Café Duo
- Aug. 24: Lee Engele
- Aug. 31: Sidewalk Café Duo
The performance schedule for Thursday includes the following acts:
- July 30: Debra and Dean
- Aug. 6: Homeward Bound
- Aug.13: Hunker’d Down
- Aug. 20: The Holtemier Trio
- Aug. 27: The Minnesota Mandolin Quartet
Free children performances will be held at noon each Tuesday during the months of July and August in the Maetzold Amphitheater. To support safety measures and continue to help slow the spread of COVID-19, stickers have been placed in the amphitheater to ensure proper social distancing between seated families. Visitors should stay home if they are sick, wear a mask or facial covering, wash or sanitize hands before arriving and ensure their child does not come within 6 feet of the performer.
The performance schedule includes the following acts:
- July 28: TBD
- Aug. 4: Will Hale and the Tadpole Parade
- Aug. 11: The Teddy Bear Band
- Aug. 18: Big, Fun Show
- Aug. 25: TBD
The putting course, Scottish Links, walkways and outdoor restrooms at the park remain open, and proper social distancing is encouraged. The indoor areas of Hughes Pavilion and games area remain closed until further notice.
For more information about the performances, visit CentennialLakesPark.com or find the park on Facebook by searching “Centennial Lakes.”