Park Concert





Our 2018 Concert Season

Larry Lynn Band
June 24th - 2:00 PM
The all new “Larry Lynne Band ” starring Larry Lynne, along with: James Aubrey, Jon Dymond, and Chris Davis. This show is a unique Variety Act that consists of rock, country-rock, blues, and classic favorites from the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s, and present day, along with some novelty music blended with comedy that will surely include audience interaction.

Big Cedar Bluegrass Band
July 8th

Let us introduce you to Big Cedar, a bluegrass band. Bluegrass is acoustic music with an old time feel to it. Big Cedar Bluegrass Band consists of five musicians who play banjo, acoustic guitar, mandolin, fiddle and upright bass. The band performs instrumental as well as vocal numbers with three and four part harmony - even some old time gospel. The upbeat bluegrass sound of Big Cedar will have you clapping your hands and tapping your feet and the energy of all band members working around one microphone is really fun to watch.

Swing of Pearls
July 22nd - 2:00 PM

13-15 piece Swing band performing music of the late greats such as Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw and the like.

Concord Chamber Orchestra
August 5th - 2:00 PM
Making Classical Music Accessible
Since 1975, the Concord Chamber Orchestra has offered talented, volunteer musicians the opportunity to create stimulating musical experiences for the enjoyment and inspiration of Milwaukee area audiences. Concord is an all-volunteer, non-paid group of approximately 50 musicians from a variety of professions and backgrounds. 

Lisa Edgar and Razzmataz

August 19th

Lisa Edgar & RAZZMATAZZ! is a festive, funny, foot-stomping combo performing music from the Gay Nineties to the Roaring Twenties. This friendly, talented and exuberant band blends Dixieland Jazz, Ragtime, and Old Time Vaudeville honky-tonk tunes giving the audience plenty of opportunities to join in the singing and antics.

All concerts start at 2:00 PM under the shade of towering oak trees at Franklin's band shell at Legend Park. 

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and a picnic lunch

Franklin's band shell is located behind Franklin City Hall off of Loomis and Drexel Ave in Franklin

The Band Shell is located in Legend Park behind Franklin City Hall at 9229 W Loomis Road in Franklin

Support our 2018 Series

Please help us continue to bring these free concerts under the oaks at Franklin's wonderful Band Shell. Donations are now being accepted in any amount.

Underwrite an individual concert for $500 - $2000. Concert sponsors and underwriters are acknowledged on our website and on all promotional literature and signage.

For additional information please contact:


Franklin Park Concerts Inc

9000 W. Rawson Ave

Franklin, WI 53132-0244



The use of the park is provided through a grant from the City of Franklin all other expenses must come from private citizens, community groups, and from area businesses.

Franklin Park Concerts Inc. is a federally recognized 501(c)3 tax exempt charity and as such your sponsorship may be tax deductable. Please contact your tax advisor for specifics.

To make a tax deductible donation, make checks addressed to Franklin Park Concerts Inc. and mail to:
 F.P.C Inc. C/O Pyramax Bank  12201 W. Rawson Ave, Franklin, WI  53132

You can now support the Franklin Park Concerts by making a donation online using your Paypal account or your credit card. Its quick and easy. Click on the Donate button to the right today.  

A Look Back at Our Concerts

Raffle prize winners Diane Brown (left) and Tony Carlson (center ritht) enjoyed the concert with friends and family

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Franklin Historical Society

Franklin Lions Club Foundation


Matus Eyecare7113 So. 76th Street, 
(76th & Rawson -In Franklin Village)

Tewco, Inc

Also Made Possible By The Following Individual Donors


John and Jean Gmeindl

Jean M Hancock
Alan and Nancy Meier

Anita & Philip Nickerson

Joan Thompson

Jean & John Gmiendl

Dr Michael/Eileen Schmalz

Karl J & Marva Schlueter

Ken & Sally Smits

Mary Theisen

Mary Jo Wolf

Mary L Worley

Special thanks to Travis Manore and Family. The legend Park Band shell was built and donated to the City of Franklin as an Eagle Scout project by Travis Manore.