Music in The Meadows


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Music in the Meadows

Join us at Butterfield Park in The Meadows for our Music in the Meadows outdoor concert series! The events will feature live music, food trucks, and giveaways!

Date: Thursdays - June 11, June 25, July 9, July 23

Time: 6:30-8:30 pm

Location: Butterfield Park (3952 Butterfield Crossing Dr., Castle Rock, CO 80109)

Special Note: Participants will want to bring lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on

June 11 - The John Saunders Band

Formed in the spring of 2012, The John Saunders Band captures the combination of the laid back rhythms of Jack Johnson and solid drive of Big Head Todd and the Monsters, creating a unique sound we call “The Colorado Groove”. The JSB is a Castle Rock-based band that plays a mix of original tunes and covers of artists such as Ryan Adams, Pat Green,

The Dawes, The Mavericks, Ben Gibbard, and of course Jack Johnson and Big Head Todd.

June 25 - Titonic

Titonic is an 8 piece Funk/Soul/R&B (with horns) band.

With their killer vocals, thumpin’ rhythm section and

groovy horns, you do not want to miss them get funky. So

bring your dancing shoes and shake a tail feather or two,

because Titonic will play hits from artist such as Stevie

Wonder, Aretha Franklin, and Tower of Power to name a

few. Guaranteed to bring down the house.

July 9 - The Country Music Project

The Country Music Project can be seen on any given weekend

performing traditional country from artists like Merle Haggard,

George Jones, or Tammy Wynette, and filling up dance

floors on some of Colorado’s best music venues. But you’ll

also see them perform today’s Top 40 country from artists

like Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert,

Carrie Underwood or Dierks Bentley.

July 23 - Ronnie Raygun and the Big Eighties

Ronnie Raygun and the Big Eighties got their start as an

eighties tribute band in 1998 when they rolled into Denver

as Boogie Machine, The Super 70’s Disco Dynamo. As Denver’s

FIRST eighties tribute band they created a spark that would

change the local music scene for years to come. To this day,

even though Denver has a slew of bands playing eighties

music, Ronnie Raygun is Colorado’s ORIGINAL Eighties Tribute


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