Presented by the Historic Downtown Woodland Group, VisitWoodland.com and the City of Woodland
Thursday Night Live at the Plaza
Woodland Music, Art & Food Fest!
WOODLAND –The Historic Downtown Woodland Group is proud to bring you Thursday Night Live at the Plaza in Woodland, CA for the third year in a row this June 2019. Offering local and regional bands, each with their own special flair, this family friendly music series features free live music on the Firehouse Entertainment Stage at beautiful Heritage Plaza every Thursday from June 6th through June 27th at 7pm. Family Fun, Food & Art begins at 5 pm with members from Yolo Arts offering Arts & Crafts on the Plaza, while kids can enjoy a Jumping Castle, Face Painting, Balloon Twisting & a Sidewalk Chalk Drawing Contest.
Highlighting the Soul and R&B of Souled Out on June 6th; theOld School Funk of Groovline onJune 13th; theCumbia and Latin Rock of Latin Touch on June 20th, andtheAmericana and Alt-Countryof Nickel Slots on June 27th, Thursday Night Live at the Plaza delivers a danceable assortment of diverse musical genres. These concerts also feature a professional sound system and sound engineer for a bigger concert experience on the Firehouse Entertainment Stage.
Heritage Plaza is located in historic downtown Woodland, a city that continues to grow with multiple new businesses, restaurants and shops. Concertgoers can sample delicious local foods, specialty wines and brews, as well as ice cold drinks, while listening to great music throughout the evening. Adults and kids alike will revel in the fresh sounds of Thursday nights, so grab the family, some chairs and your dancing shoes for these free community concerts!
June 6thSouled Out – Soul / R&B / Latin Cover Band
June 13thGrooveline – Old School Funk / R&B
June 20thLatin Touch – Cumbia / Latin Rock / R&B
June 27thNickel Slots – Americana / Alt-Country
Thursday Night Live will return Summer 2019
Thank you to our sponsors!
The generosity of these sponsors help make Thursday Night Live at the Plaza a fabulous event enjoyed by hundreds of Woodland residents and visitors.