We’re celebrating 25 YEARS of Six Sundays in Spring!
Sponsored by Wake Forest Arts, the Town of Wake Forest’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, and the Realtors of the Allen Tate Wake Forest-Rolesville office, the Six Sundays in Spring concerts will be held in 2018 on consecutive Sundays from April 29 through June 3.
Bring the kids, friends, a picnic, and a blanket! These free concerts are held at E. Carroll Joyner Park Amphitheater at 701 Harris Rd. in Wake Forest. The music will start at 5 pm and end at 7 pm, but come early and stay late! Join your friends and neighbors and make this 25th season of Six Sundays in Spring your best Sundays of the year!
2018 Performers and Dates (lineup is subject to change)
Check back in February 2018 for the 2018 lineup.
Please park in Joyner Park’s designated parking lots. Alcoholic beverages, smoking, and unleashed pets are prohibited at Joyner Park.
For parking information, visit http://www.wakeforestnc.gov/parking-at-joyner-park-.aspx
Food and refreshments will be available at Joyner Park during the concerts. We strive to have a good variety of food vendors with diverse offerings at our Six Sundays concert series, so that everyone can find something they like to eat or drink.
Six Sundays in Spring is sponsored by Wake Forest Arts, the Town of Wake Forest Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, and the Realtors of the Allen Tate Wake Forest-Rolesville office.
PineCone (Piedmont Council of Traditional Music) produces the June 3 Six Sundays concert.
The stage at E. Carroll Joyner Park will be covered again this year, so we won’t have to cancel concerts in case of brief showers. We expect a permanent cover over the amphitheater in 2019.
In case of truly inclement weather, concerts are normally moved to the Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks St. in Wake Forest. The Centre cannot accommodate pets, picnics or lawn chairs. Food vendors will not relocate to the Centre; snacks and drinks can be purchased from the Centre.
Because of Renaissance Centre renovations, we may use the Flaherty Park Gymnasium, 1226 N. White Street in Wake Forest, as a rain venue for the first few 2018 concerts.
Updated concert information will be available on Wake Forest TV 10, the town’s Facebook page and by calling the Wake Forest Weather Line at 919-435-9569. Smart phone users who have downloaded the Town of Wake Forest app will receive a message informing them of any schedule changes.