KZUM Summer Concert Series at Stransky Park presents PANgea

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Date: May 24
Venue: Stransky Park
Location: 17th Street & Harrison Avenue (3 blocks south of South Street)
Ticket Price: Free
Time: 7pm
Phone: (402) 474-5086

Because of these milestones, the 2018 KZUM Summer Concert Series will be the largest yet, with 20 performers scheduled over 12 weeks, plus a weekly food truck and art activities for children by the nonprofit ArtReach Project. The event will continue to be free and family friendly. It aims to present some of the best music talent in our area, in one of Lincoln’s most beautiful parks. The station views the series as an opportunity to provide an accessible venue for people in the area who can’t always attend late-night concerts in bars and clubs, believing that everyone should be able to experience the rich culture and music of our area. Performers are supported in part by tips from the audience. Blankets and/or lawn chairs are encouraged. Like last season, the series will again aim to be a zero-waste event with on-site composting and recycling containers, thanks to Big Red Worms. More information about the series can be found throughout the season on and Facebook ( Weather cancellation information will be announced on these platforms and on KZUM 89.3 FM by 5 p.m. each Thursday. KZUM Summer Concert Series at Stransky Park All performances start at 7 p.m., weather permitting, and are free to the public. During weeks with two performers, the first will start at 7 p.m. and the second around 8:10 p.m. May 24: PANgea May 31: John Walker and the New Hokum Boys and Big Daddy Caleb and The Chargers June 7: Root Marm Chicken Farm Jug Band and Jackie Allen June 14: Domestic Blend and Jarana June 21: Emily Bass and the Near Miracle and The Fey June 28: Bolzen Beer Band and Charlie Burton and Or What? July 5: Bobby Layne Orchestra July 12: Toasted Ponies and Southpaw Bluegrass Band July 19: The Bottle Tops and Evan Bartels and the Stoney Lonesomes July 26: Verse and the Vices and Levi William August 2: Josh Hoyer and Soul Colossal August 9: The Mezcal Brothers