Rosemont, Ill. – Rosemont’s Parkway Bank Park entertainment district (5501 Park Place, Rosemont) will kick off its summer season with the return of its “Rockin’ in the Park” free summer concert series. The 2024 series will begin Sunday, May 26 and feature a post-show fireworks display. Free concerts will continue every Thursday and select Friday evenings from May 30 through August 30, featuring music by classic cover bands alongside food and beverage tents on the park’s great lawn. All Thursday night concerts will culminate with a musical fireworks display.

All “Rockin’ in the Park” concerts will run from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Admission to “Rockin’ in the Park” is free. Outside food and coolers are prohibited. Parking is available at the Parkway Bank Park parking garage and is free with validation from any of the park’s venues.

The 2024 Rockin’ in the Park lineup is outlined below:

* indicates post-show fireworks

Sunday, May 26: Pino Farina Band* – Adult alternative rock group, Pino Farina Band, bring audiences an energetic mix of original music and beloved covers. Lead singer and lyricist Pino Farina’s powerhouse voice is often compared to late indie-artist Jeff Buckley. Known for their showmanship, Pino Farina Band’s concerts dazzle fans with a blend of high-energy performances and tender, intimate songs.

Thursday, May 30: Radio Gaga* – Radio Gaga offers a one-of-a-kind theatrical production featuring the hits of Queen and Lady Gaga. Complete with dazzling costumes, precise choreography and audience participation opportunities, Radio Gaga celebrates the two iconic musicians through a high-octane concert experience.

Thursday, June 6: Brooklyn Charmers* – The Brooklyn Charmers are known for injecting a new, dedicated energy into the beloved musical catalogue of Steely Dan, bridging the gap between new and lifelong Steely Dan fans alike. Featuring masterful precision, the group is proud to pay tribute to Steely Dan’s infectious hooks and poignant lyrics.

Thursday, June 13: The Traveling Salvation Show* – Hailing from St. Louis, The Traveling Salvation Show is a rock-oriented tribute to the legendary Neil Diamond. The 10-person ensemble recreates the energy of Diamond’s live arena performances while incorporating its own rock flair.

Thursday, June 20: Atomic Punks* – Direct from Los Angeles, Calif., this group pays tribute specifically to the glory days of Van Halen fronted David Lee Roth. Roth himself referred to the group as “the best tribute to Van Halen ever.” For more than 20 years, the Atomic Punks have been re-creating Eddie Van Halen’s classic guitar sound, while capturing all of the enthusiasm and flash Van Halen brought to the stage.

Thursday, June 27: The Dyer Davis Group* – American singer and guitarist Dyer Davis recently released his debut album, “Dog Bites Back” for WildRoots Records. The young talented artist finds inspiration in blues-based rockers such as Jeff Beck to create his unique sound, featuring fiery vocals and soulful guitar skills.

Friday, June 28: 24K Magic / George Michael Reborn Guaranteed to keep audiences on their feet, 24K Magic pays homage to the hottest hits from popular singer-songwriter Bruno Mars. Led by Evan Saucedo, 24K Magic’s performances aim to emulate Mars’ signature sound, choreography and flashy fashion, offering Bruno Mars fans the ultimate tribute.

Robert Bartko exudes the energy and passion of George Michael and Wham! in the 80s and 90s with George Michael Reborn. From “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go,” to “Careless Whisper,” George Michael Reborn embodies the vocal range, choreography and looks of George Michael and leaves audiences cheering for an encore.

 Thursday, July 4: Silver Bullet Band STL* – Silver Bullet STL offers a show-stopping 10-piece tribute to the music of Bob Seger. Fronted by lead singer Steve Tinnon, the history of blue-collar America from the 1960s to present day is written through Silver Bullet’s performances.

Thursday, July 11: Ticket to the Moon* – Ticket to the Moon is an Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) tribute band hailing from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Composed of eight talented musicians, the group is dedicated to bringing audiences the extraordinary musical arrangements of ELO through high-energy performances.

Thursday, July 18: Departure* – Celebrating 15 years, Departure recreates the look, sound and feel of the original 80s rock group, Journey. Known for their high-energy and engaging performances, Departure brings the very best of Journey to audiences of all ages.

Thursday, July 25: Live the Who* – Direct from Detroit, Mich., this band plays tribute to The Who at the band’s unstoppable best from 1968-1974, capturing the feel, sound and look of the legendary rock band in each concert.

Friday, July 26: Boy Band Night / Dancing Queen From *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys and New Kids on The Block to Boys 2 Men, One Direction and more, the Boy Band Night plays tribute to popular boy bands will have audiences dancing and singing along all night long.

With painstaking attention to detail, Dancing Queen has recreated an ABBA experience that is second to none. Fronted by two dynamic ladies with angelic voices, and backed by a group of world class musicians, the music of the greatest pop band in history comes to life in a Las Vegas-inspired show that captivates audiences, both young and old.

Thursday, August 1: Southern Accents* – Southern Accents recreates the music, style and sound of Tom Petty professionally with immaculate precision and wildly contagious enthusiasm. United in their quest to offer the ultimate Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers experience, each member of the band looks the part, plays the part and lives the part.

Thursday, August 8: Rumours ATL* – Rumours is a Fleetwood Mac tribute band based in Atlanta. The group captures the energy of Fleetwood Mac at the height of their career by blending perfect harmonies, precise instrumentation and a visually engaging stage show.

Thursday, August 15: Echoes of Pompeii* – Comprised of a 10-piece band, Echoes of Pompeii leaves no stone unturned in paying homage to Pink Floyd. Hailing from Gary, Ind., the group takes their audiences on a roller coaster journey through all eras of Pink Floyd, from the early Syd Barrett Days to the later exclusion of the Roger Waters.

Thursday, August 22: Slippery When Wet* – Direct from Atlanta, Ga., Slippery When Wet performs the exact live arrangements from Bon Jovi’s 2000 “Crush” tour, 2002 “Bounce” tour, 2005 “Have a Nice Day” tour, 2008 “Lost Highway” tour and 2010 “The Circle” tour. This band’s drive, musical ability and showmanship strive to duplicate the live Bon Jovi experience.

Thursday, August 29: Elton Rohn* – As Elton Rohn, Ron Camilleri recreates the feeling of seeing a 1970s Elton John concert. The seven-piece band has headlined more than 100 shows including festivals across Canada and the United States.

Friday, August 30: Bee Gees Gold / The Wayouts Backed by a renowned rhythm section, Bee Gees Gold recreates the look and sound of the Bee Gees from the 1960s and 1970s. Featuring the detailed vocals of John Acosta as Barry, Daryll Borges as Robin and Jeff Celentano as Maurice, the band performs legendary Bee Gees tracks from early hits such as “Massachusetts” and “I Started A Joke,” to disco-era classics including “Stayin’ Alive” and “You Should Be Dancing.”

The Wayouts play tribute to 1960s garage rock. Their concerts combine raw intensity with professional musicianship in order to bring fresh life to classic songs by artists such as The Kinks and The Animals.




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