Grab some lawn chairs and get ready for a summer full of music in Galva, Ill.

The Galva Arts Council is excited to announce a very talented lineup for the third annual Levitt AMP Galva Music Series presented by Regional Media, which starts at May 30.

Held at Wiley Park in Galva, starting at 6 p.m., these Sunday concerts are an opportunity for community members of all ages to enjoy free live music in a picnic-style setting. Food and beverages will be available for purchase during concerts.

Admission to the concerts is free and attendees are encouraged to invite friends, family, and neighbors for an opportunity to meet new friends and celebrate the summer season. The Levitt AMP Galva Music Series is one part of a larger network of live music events which is quickly making Henry County a destination for experiencing family-friendly live music.

The Galva Summer Music Series will return May 30 with free Sunday concerts starting at 6 p.m. in Wiley Park.

The 2021 lineup includes the following acts:

May 30 – Good Morning Bedlam, Surf Zombies

June 6 – Avey Grouws Band, Stone & Snow
June 13 – Shamarr Allen, The Deep Hollow
June 20 – Rags and Riches, Ley Line
June 27 – Radio Free Honduras, The Arcadian Wild
July 11 – Front Country, Bonne Finken
July 18 – Lewis Knudsen, Mississippi Heat

July 25 – Elizabeth Moen, Heather Newman
August 1 – India Ramey, Trevor Sensor
August 8 – Wayne Hancock, Craig Gerdes

The Levitt AMP Galva Music Series presented by Regional Media is made possible by generous community support, including the following major sponsors: Mediacom, Illinois Arts Council, Quad City Arts, Bishop Hill Bakery & Eatery, and many others.

The mission of the Galva Arts Council is to enrich the quality of life in our town through the advancement and promotion of the arts, the encouragement of the appreciation of the arts through participation and attendance of art events, the provision of membership services, and advocacy for the arts.

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Jonathan Turner has been covering the Quad-Cities arts scene for 25 years, first as a reporter with the Dispatch and Rock Island Argus, and then as a reporter with the Quad City Times. Jonathan is also an accomplished actor and musician who has been seen frequently on local theater stages, including the Bucktown Revue and Black Box Theatre.