The lineup for Sacramento’s favorite free summer concert series, Concerts in the Park, is out.

This year’s lineup includes nearly 60 local and national bands and DJs, including Destroy Boys, Michael Marcagi, Kool John, Felix Cartal, and Arden Park Roots.

The 31st Annual Concerts in the Park series, organized by Downtown Sacramento Partnership, will once again bring live music to downtown’s Cesar Chavez Plaza on Friday evenings from May 3 to July 26, with the exception of July 5. Performances will be on those dates from 5 to 9 p.m.


Graphic of the 2024 Concerts in the Park lineup

Image Courtesy of: Jason Malmberg



May 3: Arden Park Roots, Eazy Dub, Ryder Thieves, Beti Masengo, and Dj Davy

May 10: Felix Cartal, Seso Kariba, UNI, MDNGHT, and Shino Smoke

May 17: Royel Otis, Rainbow City Park, Stella Crest, Pilot Waves, Shaun Slaughter

May 24: Destroy Boys, Hotplug, Swan Ronson, The Snares, and Strings 2 The Groove

May 31: Claire Wright, Amber DeLaRosa, Timothy Brown, Lillian Frances, and DJ Stace Lace

June 7: Royal Coda, Subtlety, Ezera, Shuto OX, and DJ Ness

June 14: Yelly, The Philharmonik, Yumx Awkword, Jakhari Smith, and Eddy

June 21: Christian Kuria, Igwe Aka, K Hella, J Kent, and Complex

June 28: Michael Marcagi, Nat Lefkoff, Bear Whiskey, Miamaz, and Zephyr

July 12: Mvssie, Coma Phase, MRS, and DJ Eddie Z

July 19: Kool John, Nate Curry, Bugbee, Katie Paige, and DJ Oasis

July 26: The Brodys, Blame My Youth, Light the Way, Cole Steef, and DJ Lady Char


This year, Downtown Sacramento Partnership announced that Concerts in the Park is expanding its footprint within Cesar Chavez Plaza to cover more than half of 10th and J Streets. With this additional space, there will be more room for new activations including a vintage market, silent disco, community art project, beauty bar, and local food vendors.

“Sacramento has a rich history of being home to up-and-coming musicians and cultivating a rich music scene, and we’re proud to be a part of that,” said Michael Ault, Executive Director of Downtown Sacramento Partnership. “As important as it is to capitalize on the momentum to Sacramento is seeing with festivals, it’s equally important for us to invest in people. We’re excited this year to provide more spaces and platforms for local creatives and create a unique experience for Sacramento.”

Listen to the 2022 Visit Sacramento Podcast episode with Downtown Sacramento Partership's Communications Manager, Madelyn Smith, where she shares details about Concerts in the Park, how to get the most out of the experience, and other things you can enjoy when you're downtown.

For more information about Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s Concert in the Park series, visit