Summertime in Roanoke

Summertime jams are waiting all over the great city of Roanoke and what a beautiful time it will be to enjoy live music with friends. Pack a picnic meal and sit out on the lawn or dress up and go in style. Listen to old favorites or see the latest sensations, it is all possible this summer at these exciting venues!

Dr. Pepper Park

Rock out to classic Fleetwood Mac or get your country on with Michael Ray this summer at the Dr. Pepper at the Bridges park which boasts a full summer line up of eclectic favorites. The venue has no permanent seating and is rain or shine so pack up a chair or two and a little gear to be sure you can sit comfortably from the opening act till the encore.

Get the full schedule at

Berglund Performing Arts Theatre

For a nice evening out and a venue that doesn’t involve sunscreen or bug spray, take a look at the summer offerings at the Berglund Performing Arts Theatre. Enjoy James Taylor or dance to Lita Ford on stage and lose yourself for a few hours as the music surrounds you.

The summer line up is available here:

Daleville Town Center

If you are looking for a casual, easy venue be sure to check out the DTC Performance Pavilion at the Daleville Town Center. The line up is sure to connect you with local favorites and an evening of fun.

For more information of who will be playing this summer:

Elmwood Park

Billing as the Best Beach Party in the Valley, head to beautiful Elmwood Park for a night off cooking and live music. The party goes from 5:30-8:30 and admission is $5. Each musical event is paired with a food truck so you can enjoy great eats and tunes all in one fun weeknight away.

To see the official line up and read about the Covid-19 policies, go to:

In addition to these great places, Roanoke fans know that there is plenty of live music to be found at the area restaurants and breweries so go ahead, put your dancing shoes on and embrace all that summer has to offer!