Join us June 30th – August 25th for the 2023 Dayton Friday Nights! This year, the events will be held every Friday evening from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m..
Gather downtown for a free, family-friendly celebration every Friday night this summer that includes live musical performances, activities for kids and a market in the park, and wine, dining & shopping at downtown businesses, and a Cruise In for unique and antique cars on Fourth Street (no registration required), and an end of summer Lantern Festival including a lantern parade around the park.
“Friday Nights” is jointly presented by the Dayton Community Development Association (DCDA), a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization, and the City of Dayton, in collaboration with downtown businesses.
Sponsorship Opportunities: Go to http://www.daytonoregon.org/news/
Musical Lineup – Live music is 6-8:30 p.m.
June 30 – Second Winds Community Band (Big Band/Patriotic)
July 7 – Bartolotti Bros (Rockin’ Blues)
July 14 – The Boondock Boys (Rock)
July 21 – North of Nowhere (Acoustic Class Rock)
July 28 – TDB Old Timers Festival (City to announce)
August 4 – Elijah Blake (Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Alt Rock, Outlaw Country)
August 11 – Ayalas Band (Regional Mx)
August 18 – Sawtooth & Sons (Bluegrass)
August 25 – Mark Stevenz as Elvis and Others (Elvis Tribute Artist +)
We invite local artists, craftspeople, food vendors, or nonprofits and businesses focused on local products or public services to participate in Dayton Friday Nights! No fee is charged for participation. Please submit your application NOW! https://forms.gle/iPoxX2SLcfAJPXWz9
Interested in volunteering at Friday Nights? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to have your help!
NOTES OF INTEREST:
- Seating for concerts: A limited amount of seating may be available on provided benches. Bring your lawn chairs and picnic blankets.
- Dogs on leash and under control of owner.
- No smoking or alcohol allowed in the park.
- No driving allowed onto park grounds.
Goal of Friday Nights: To build community, create a sense of place and strengthen the local economy by drawing hundreds of visitors and residents to downtown Dayton to interact in and around the historic park and enjoy weekly live music, kids activities, shopping and dining.