Concert on the Lawn July 12 & 13
KBBI’s Concert on the Lawn (July 12 & 13) brings together an eclectic group of talented musicians from Homer and beyond for a fun and spirited community weekend.
Join the facebook event page.
Interested in Volunteering? Contact Heather at 399-0890 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers work a shift and get in to the concert for free the same day with the exception for parking volunteers they also get a pass for the day they are not working.
Early Bird Rate: Available online only, click here to save and be a part of this amazing community event celebrating music.
Don't miss Todd Grebe and Cold Country performing Sunday, July 13 at 1 p.m. Based in Nashville, they seamlessly incorporate elements of bluegrass, swing jazz, and country. And Blackwater Railroad Company performing Saturday, a folk rock band from Seward specializing in upbeat, unique covers and catchy, danceable originals that never fail to get the crowd dancing and smiling.
Saturday: Spur Highway Spankers, Hillary Arwen, Blackwater Railroad Company, Jon Crocker and Trina Uvass, Raised by Humans, Gary Sloan’s American Music, Nervis Rex, and The Quiet Cull, a modern rock band from Mat-Su Valley.
Vendors: Sorry, we are completely full.
Location: Karen Hornaday Park, just off West Fairview Ave.
Overflow parking if necessary:
- North Side of Fairview
- Homer Medical Center (Sunday Only)
- South Peninsula Hospital (lower levels only after 4 p.m.)
- In front of residences
- South Peninsula Hospital by the building
- Kenai Physical Therapy
- Kachemak Bay Medical
Leave no trace behind. Please be a good neighbor and leave only footprints.
Sorry not pets and grills allowed.