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What says summer like a night under the twilight sky listening to beautiful music surrounded by friends, family, and neighbors?

Whether you’re looking for a post-happy-hour hang or a way to get the kids out of the house, our Summer Concert Series at Suburban Square has something for everyone. Ranging from the nationally celebrated B Street Band to Philadelphia favorites like the Trinidelphia Trio, this season’s lineup offers a little bit of everything.

Any time you want to change the tune of your week this summer, pop over to Suburban Square for an evening summer concert. Check out the full lineup below!


B Street Band (June 6, 6:30–8 p.m., The Lawn)

Does anything say summer better than Springsteen? Rock out to your all-time-favorites with the B Street Band, a former opener for the Boss himself and one of the biggest tribute bands in the industry.


Lower Merion High School Jazz Band (June 13, 6:30–8 p.m., The Lawn)

Talent comes in all shapes, sizes, and ages! Performing a wide range of musical styles, including swing jazz, Latin jazz, and rock, these high school maestros put on a show you won’t want to miss.


Man About a Horse (June 20, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

Philadelphia bands know a thing or two about breathing new life into time-honored traditions, and Man About a Horse is no exception. This group may have blues roots, but their ability to infuse rock, pop references, and funk grooves into their melodies is what makes them a fan-favorite.


Trinidelphia Trio (June 27, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

Fourteen years ago, four University of the Arts students came together to form a unique sound inspired by American Jazz, Carribean Reggae, and Trinidadian Soca. This month, you have the opportunity to experience the confluence of these vibrant vibrations in the heart of the Main Line.


Flying Ivories (July 11, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

It’s true: Flying Ivories leave their set list in the hands of the people. With a dueling-piano set-up, this rock-and-roll duo is at the liberty of the audience’s song requests, ensuring that no two shows are alike. Prepare for some singalongs!


Hot Club of Philadelphia (July 18, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

Jazz always sounds better in the summertime. While this group is dedicated to preserving the music of Grappelli and Django, Hot Club of Philadelphia incorporates modern influences to produce an effect that is both compelling and nostalgic.


Brian Fitzgerald (July 25, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

A true Renaissance man, Fitzgerald is known for his stage presence in addition to his ability to beatbox, sing, play the electric violin, guitar, drums, and bass. With no shortage of musical talent, he’s sure to put on a memorable performance.


Venissa Santi Quintet (August 1, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

Venissa Santi Quintet brings a Cuban-American fusion that can only be rivaled by her breathtaking vocals. With an impressive ability to adapt to her audience’s tastes, the quintet seamlessly fluctuates between the worlds of Latin and Bluesy Jazz.


Looseleaf Blend (August 8, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

Friends since middle school, this duo has had a long time to find and refine their sound. Rhett Tierney and Andrew Napoli draw inspiration from the clean, vocal harmonies of the 60s and 70s, curating a tight, vintage feel in their music.


Elegance Quartet (August 15, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

Think string quartet, but ten times cooler. After meeting on a cruise liner in 2009, this group formed to breathe life back into classical music by incorporating elements of electronic music, funky rhythms, and a creative flow that can only be described as captivating.


Christine Havrilla Band (August 23, 6:30–8 p.m., The Courtyard)

To wrap up a summer packed full of amazing music, we’ve invited Philly native, Christine Havrilla, to perform songs from her seven studio albums, five EPs, and her latest series of live sessions.

Sure, it’s no vacation to the Bahamas, but with these talented musicians, you’ll be transported to a different world. Don’t miss out on this summer-long, family-friendly, totally free event—you bring your dancing shoes, and we’ll bring the tunes.

See you at the Square!